Gobble gobble!

Low in fat and high in protein, turkey is a great ingredient in any doggy recipe. Get your furkid in the mood for Christmas with these healthy yet delicious turkey pupcakes.
By Justina Tan
Published on Thursday, 22 December 2016



Serves 3 large dogs or 6 small dogs (makes 6 mini pupcakes)
Prep time 20 minutes
Cook time 60 minutes

pupcake base
250g minced turkey, or any meat of your choice
30g spinach, finely chopped
30g carrot, finely chopped
1 egg

200g potato
a handful of raw baby spinach

• Preheat oven to 170°C.
• In a bowl, mix the minced turkey, spinach, carrot, and egg together till well-combined.
• Divide the filling into your mini cupcake cases, filling each case till ¾ full.
• Place pupcakes into the oven and bake for 25 minutes.
• While waiting for pupcakes to bake, you can prepare the frosting.
• Wash and peel potato and cut into 3cm cubes.
• Steam or boil potato for about 15 to 20 minutes, or till tender. You can test whether the potatoes
are ready by sticking a fork or knife into the pieces. If it pierces through easily, the potatoes are
• Remove cooked potatoes and drain liquid.
• Finely chop baby spinach.
• Begin mashing potatoes, adding chopped baby spinach while it's hot to wilt it down and give a
green tinge to the frosting. To achieve a darker green, you can blend in an extra handful of baby
spinach. Leave frosting to cool.
• Once pupcakes are removed from the oven and are cool enough to handle, you can begin
• Place frosting in a piping bag, with a piping tip of your choice.
• Pipe frosting onto pupcakes. You can add little treats, such as cranberries or tiny cookies, for added
colour and design.

* Pupcakes can be stored in the fridge for up to two days, or in the freezer for seven days.

Recipe contributed by Feed My Paws