Bake Your Dog A Cake!
Want to spoil your pooch on their birthday? Why not make them a birthday cake!
We all love our dogs don't we? Then why not treat them with a cake!
I've got an amazing dog friendly cake recipe to share with you. It's so quick, easy and ridiculously yummy, you'll want to make it for them time and time again.
So whether it's their birthday or "just because", give them one of the things they absolutely love (possibly almost as much as we do) as I know they'll be thankful for it.
In this module I'll teach you how to make super easy frozen dog treats. They're small, healthy and made in cute little heart shapes. Use these to decorate on top and around the cake and keep the extras for those hot summer days to help them cool down.
Bonus video - mini bone biscuits
In this bonus video, I show you how to make dog biscuits to add on top of your cake. This is entirely optional but I find these add a bit of fun!
I make them using teeny tiny dog bone and star cookie cutters but you can make them in any shape you like.
This recipe makes plenty of mini biscuits so you'll have lots to give afterwards.
Make the yummiest cake your dog has ever eaten!
Here, I show you how to prep your cake tins to avoid any burnt sides and get a lovely even bake for each layer.
Dog friendly frosting
This easy three ingredient frosting will be used to stack the layers together and hold those yummy strawberry and blueberries in place. There'll be enough to go around and create some decorative piping on top of the cake too to make it that extra bit special.
Time to decorate!
Now that we have made all of the components, it's time to have some fun and build the cake!
In this module I'll show you how to fill and stack your cake and then decorate it to give it that wow factor!
Mai is the founder of M Bakery, she is a self-taught cake designer located in Bristol, UK. Her cake style is based on the “less is more” approach and can’t get enough of that ‘white on white’ look.
With a degree in Fashion, Mai uses her creative skills to design cakes that are simple yet impressive. Although her talents have gotten her to where she is now, Mai truly believes that anyone can create amazing cakes and is on a mission to prove this!
“I love the idea of inspiring bakers to be creative and that cakes don’t have to be ‘perfect’. Although I love fashion, I never followed the trends as I believed in dressing to express the true you. This is what I would love to encourage bakers to do – break the mould and be different. Create cakes with freedom that expresses your style”