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Bon Appetit, Y'all

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Good Doggy Cake

Don't forget your precious doggies over the holidays. They like to celebrate also. This could be their birthday cake because it's very rich. It's the frosting. You can slice and freeze and give as a special treat any time they have been very good.

My house, as well as that of my niece, Angie. are always doggy friendly for any holiday.

Good Doggy Cake
Yield: Enough for the "good doggy" and five furry friends
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1/2 pound lean ground beef
1/2 pound ground chicken
1/2 pound ground turkey
8-ounce cream cheese
4-ounce package liverwurst

Spray 3 pans (cake or pie) with nonstick cooking spray.

Press the meat into separate pans, spreading evenly.

Bake pans at 350 degree for 25-30 minute. Using a turkey baster to suck out the grease.

Let meat cool completely in pan.

When meat is cool, it's time to make the frosting. Place the cream cheese and liverwurst in a medium-sized, microwave-safe bowl. Heat together on HIGH for 30 seconds. Stir together to make a paste.

Take one disk out and place it on a cake plate. Spread a little of the frosting on top. Continue on with next two layers as if frosting a cake. Frost sides and top.

If you'd like to decorate the cake, use little Milk Bones. The ones in colors are cute. Arrange artistically. If you mess up I don't think they will notice.

Keep the cake REFRIGERATED until serving time or freeze. Please serve small pieces.


  1. Well, what a great idea! Minus the milk bones, I think my husband might like it too. :-) You are a wonder!

  2. I assume "cheese cheese" is "cream cheese?"
    Haha! Sounds like a winner, Bev. Only, I'll prolly make three layers of cooked, ground venison.

    Thanks for thinking of the puppies! :)

  3. Thanks Nancy. I fixed cheese cheese to cream cheese. I really should proof better. Venison sounds great, not as fatty either.

  4. well, teddy is getting this....for sure :-)

    love it....

    kary and teddy


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