Adorable Red Velvet pupcakes without artificial colouring!
How cute are these Red Velvet pupcakes? I would almost eat them myself! The recipe is really simple and fun to make. I used beets to give the pupcakes their red colour, so no artificial colouring is involved in this recipe. The beets also make these hese pupcakes super soft, that is why especially dogs with teeth problems will appreciate these pupcakes. Happy baking!
What you’ll need for 6 ‘Red Velvet’ Pupcakes:
– 1 egg
– 1 cup self-rising flour
– 1 cup canned beets, pureed
– baking spray (if desired)
– 8.8 ounces (250 g) (low-fat) cream cheese
– cupcake cups
– pastry bag (to apply the frosting)
Preheat the oven to 350⁰F (180⁰C).
Mix the egg, flour, and pureed beets.
If desired spray the baking spray in the cupcake cups (the pupcakes can be a bit sticky). Divide the mixture among the cupcake cups. Bake for 25-30 minutes.
Take the pupcakes out of the oven and let them cool down.
To frost the pupcakes use the cream cheese and fill a pastry bag and pipe onto the pupcakes. Don’t put it on your pupcakes before they’re completely cooled down!
Let me know if your pup liked the Red Velvet pupcakes in the comments, I love hearing from you!
Always supervise your dog when it is eating. If your dog is behaving/feeling differently after eating the pupcakes, stop feeding them to your dog immediately as your dog may have an allergic reaction to (one of) the ingredients. I made sure all ingredients are dog-safe, but just like some humans some dogs are intolerant to certain products.
Recipe created and owned by Dachshunds United©. Feel free to share it but always mention Dachshunds United as the creator of this recipe.