HOW TO MAKE DOUGHNUTS FOR DOGS
Your dog will love it and your friends really will be amazed! This recipe took time. First I bought a doughnut maker which used a batter to make a doughnut shaped pancake then I tried using carob as a choc substitute to make a lovely looking choc icing but my dog Ruby hated it no matter how much I tried to make it more appetising. Carob sucks and dogs don’t like it. Other dog treat recipes on the web use it to to replace choc chip in cookies or to replace choc in other recipes but they use it to sell the recipe to YOU the owner, it’s not there for the dog! With this recipe I tried adding meat and other things to the batter/dough but it would either stop the doughnut rising, unbalance the scientific chemistry of baking or make it splat in the doughnut maker. I decided to stop making a doughnut for me or for you and just concentrate on making a doughnut that catered for the dog. So after days of testing and throwing away dozens of failed attempts I put aside the doughnut maker and finally found a recipe that works but that meant getting back to the basics and making real doughnuts by frying them and then using a real nice flavor for the filling to make them an extra special dog treat!
I hope you like it! My dog Ruby does! 🙂
1 tablespoon (1 sachet) of Yeast, 225 grams of plain flour, 1 1/4 tablespoons of sugar (if you don’t want to use sugar you could try 1 tablespoon of honey but I don’t regard it as a lot of sugar for 30 doughnuts), 150ml of milk, 50g of butter, 1 egg, 500ml oil for frying
Ingredients for example fillings
Chicken liver pate: 400grams of chicken liver, 110grams of butter, 1 garlic clove
Cream cheese: 200 grams of cream cheese, 50grams of butter