Monday, March 19, 2012

tea and pupcakes

today's tea is orange spice with an orange slice
... a cup of liquid sunshine ...
:)


and my dog has a birthday coming up soon


in fact, his neighborhood dog friends are having birthdays


are all dogs born in March?


ruff


pupcakes

1 cup whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 cup peanut butter
1/4 vegetable oil
1/2 cup shredded carrots
1/2 cup applesauce
1 egg
sour cream
mini dog biscuits

preheat oven to 350 degrees
line muffin tin with cupcake papers
whisk together flour and baking soda add the rest of the ingredients and mix well
spoon into muffin cups - almost to the top (makes 6)
bake 25 minutes
let cool
give sour cream a quick mix and "frost" cupcakes with sour cream
top with a mini dog biscuit
(remove paper before serving)

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hope your first day of spring is a beautiful one
both inside and out

ruff

19 comments:

Charade said...

Thanks for the pupcakes recipe. I'm going to try it this weekend. Both my dogs are born in March - two years apart. Strange, never thought about it before.

Gayle said...

Oh he is so adorable. Love the look of those cakes, I would be tempted to eat one, may be with out the mini biscuit on top. thanks for sharing the recipe, might have to make these for our old dog...he loves to eat. happy Tuesday Tea and happy birthday to your loyal friend. xx

Tracey Fletcher KIng said...

I thought my dog was totally indulged, but yours is sooo spoilt, but then again he is so adorable you just have to... the tea looks lovely... and I am off to corral my mutt to bring him in and show him what good doggies get treated to.... happy Tuesday Tea and my tea post is at
http://traceyfletcherking.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/my-little-pony-in-cup.html
xx

Rita said...

Pupcakes! Never heard of these. Looks like they would love them.
The tea looks good, too. Have a great Tuesday. :)

Neesie said...

They look so good I don't think I'd be able to convince my boys they are pupcakes! ^..^

Neesie said...

Oops forgot to say...my Mufftypup was born in December 8 years ago.
Maybe March is the more modern trend ;D

Steph said...

I'm hungry already...thanks for the recipe and Happy T!!!

Claire said...

they look too good to give to a doggie :)
do you make ones for humans too??? YUM!!

sukipoet said...

he is so cute. and he gets to eat a pupcake?? lucky him.

T's Daily Treasures said...

Oh your pup has the sweetest face! Happy birthday to him. Jingles will be 8 next month. Maybe all cats are born in April? Ha! Minus the doggy biscuit, those pupcakes sound mighty fine for human consumption. Best wishes to you for a wonderful day! Tammy

T's Daily Treasures said...

P.S. We have tinted windows so the dove picture was taken from inside through the window so as not to scare them away. :)

Nathalie Thompson said...

Happy Birthday to "ruff"! Both our dogs were born in the fall, so appear to be the exception to your March rule. :)

Those pupcakes look too good for our puppy! He prefers chair and table legs-- from antique furniture! (waaaaaah!)

I'm having tea today. :)
SPRING Shower Tea Day

Becky said...

This is great the pupcakes.I just came from Tammys blog.Im so glad you shared this.I had just made some bannana bread and had some wheat flour, applesauce and honey left over from that.I will just make these for my two doggies a Westie and border collie.Thanks for sharing I was looking for a good recipe for them.Im a new follower,I hope you visit and follow along with me as well.


Blessings!

rebecca said...

too sweet!
ruff ruff

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

Too cute pupcakes. Mine would prefer yogurt frosting, we are a picky bunch in this household! xox

Halle said...

Oh how cute...Pupcakes!!! If I had a dog, I'd totally make these.
Cute post as well. Ruff.

~*~Patty S said...

Special Pupcakes and liquid sunshine...could your tea be more special!

Enjoy*Enjoy
oxo

Gayle at Planet M Files said...

Happy birthday to your pup! He's a cutie!

(They're not all born in March. Timmy's birthday is in December. But we did get him in March!)

Karen Gerstenberger said...

Those look good enough for humans too!