Liver cake recipe for dogs!

Liver cake recipe for dogs!

A simple step by step guide

For this liver cake recipe I make the mixture in 2 batches cause it would be a bit too much for my hand blender to try to blend all at once but if you have a powerful blender then you can do it all in one go.  It’s a very simple recipe and if you can’t get liver you can try other meats, like minced beef, kidney, heart or even tuna!  Once cooked put it in the freezer until needed.  No need to defrost, there’s very little water content so can be eaten by your dog straight away.




1kg (2.2 lbs) of liver

4 eggs

4 Eggs


400g (1 3/4 cups) Flour



liver cake ingredients

Blend half the liver, 2 eggs and a splash of milk.

Blended liver cake mix

It should look a bit like a smoothie once done.

Add flour to recipe

Add half the flour

making liver cake mixture

Mix flour with a fork until it’s a thick sticky goo. You can add a bit more flour if it’s not thick enough.

baking tray

You can line a baking tray with tin foil (you really don’t have too) and add a little oil on top of the tray. Pre-heat oven to 150ºC (300ºF).

Liver cake mixture in baking tray

Empty mix onto tray and repeat process with other half of the ingredients adding that to the tray as well.

liver cake mixture

Make sure it’s all level and even. Should now look a bit like this.

Cooking liver cake

Put tray in oven and cook for about 1hr – 1hr 30 mins.

Liver cake just out of the oven!

Right, it should now be cooked. Yummy!

Cooked liver cake

It’s easier to cut while it’s still warm.

homemade liver cake

Cut into squares and once cooled freeze for when you need them.

dog waiting for treat

If your dog is like mine, she will have watched you the entire time.


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  1. simply superb three dogs work wonders now thankyou!!!

  2. Is it ok to use plain white flour?

    • Any flour will work. Gluten free better still.

  3. What kind of liver did you used?

    • Hi Monika!

      I used pigs, but ox and lamb are just fine and you wont notice any difference except that Lamb costs a lot more.


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