Carrot Peanut Butter Pupcakes are dog-friendly cupcakes frosted with peanut butter yogurt frosting and topped with bone-shaped dog biscuits. These healthy homemade dog cupcakes are made with whole wheat flour, peanut butter, applesauce, carrots, and yogurt and have no oil, no butter, and no cream cheese. Easy, simple, and perfect treats to celebrate your dog's birthday!
Use peanut butter that doesn't contain Xylitol (an artificial sweetener) since it is not good/safe for dogs. I personally prefer all-natural peanut butter which is just pure peanuts. Go for cold plain Greek yogurt for thick creamy frosting. You can use regular plain yogurt too. Avoid flavored yogurt.If you are using regular plain yogurt, strain it through a muslin cloth to remove the excess water/whey, and then use it. If you use the yogurt as is, the frosting will be a bit runnier but still delicious, and promise your fur baby won't be upset about it!!I prefer to keep the cupcakes mildy sweet, so I add honey only while making the frosting. You can also add 1-2 tablespoons of honey (or to taste) to cupcakes based on how sweet you prefer your dog cupcakes.Before serving the pupcakes to your dog, remove the paper liners.These dog cupcakes can be stored for a week in the refrigerator in an airtight container. These dog cupcakes are made with dog-friendly ingredients and will not upset your dog's stomach but please consult your pet’s veterinarian in case your dog has any allergies.