Puppy Cake Wheat-Free Cake Mix - Pumpkin

by Puppy Cake
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  • Cake mix for dogs - pumpkin flavouring
  • Comes packed with cake and icing mix made from all-natural human-grade ingredients
  • Can be used to make one 6" round cake, eight cupcakes or 24 mini cupcakes
  • Can also be made using a microwave
  • Suitable for dogs of all life stages
  • Available in a 9 oz packaging
  • Made in the USA

Puppy Cake knows that we need to celebrate our dog's birthday to its fullest, whether it be a whole two-tier cake, mini cupcakes or cake pops, their cake mix line is a healthy and flavourful line of cake mixes. The Puppy Cake Pumpkin Wheat-Free Cake Mix is a cake mix that comes packed with all-natural, human-grade ingredients that are properly portioned and only require one egg, oil and water to get things baking. This recipe can be baked in the microwave for a quick and ovenless baking option. 

The result is a light, moist and fluffy product full of irresistible pumpkin taste; the mix can make one 6" round cake, eight cupcakes or 24 mini cupcakes. Suitable for dogs of all life stages and is great for birthdays or any pawsome celebration for your best friend. Please see the specifications tab for more information, available in a 255 g (9 oz) packaging. Made in the USA.


Guaranteed Analysis

Protein  9.8%
Crude Fat  1.98%
Crude Fibre 1.7%
Moisture  8.4%
Calorie Content: 464 kcal/kg 58 kcal/treat

This mix is meant to be fed in moderation and adjust the portion sizes to suit your dog's current meal plan. Ensure that fresh water is available at all times. For storage, it is recommended that cake, cupcakes and mini cupcakes are stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to seven days. 

Cake Mix Ingredients: Rice flour, cane sugar, dried pumpkin, baking powder and salt

Icing Ingredients: Tapioca starch and dehydrated yogurt (nonfat milk solids, lactic acid and cultures)