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Microwave Dog Treats

Microwave dog treats are a relatively new product.

People are busier, so convenience is of concern. More and more products are hitting the market to make it easier for busy people to provide homemade dog treats for their pets.

There are now microwaveable dog cake pans and special dog biscuit mixes designed for this type of cooking.

Expect to see new products popping up as the dog treat industry takes off.

More and more microwaveable dog products are being created.

The Cake Kit For Dogs from can be used to make dog cupcakes in the regular oven or in the microwave.

cake kit for dogs from

The dog cake mix and dog treat icing mix are included in the kit. To make in the microwave, just add water and oil to the cake mix. You can make little paw shaped cakes by using the mini paw silicone cake pan shown here:

15 mini paw silicone pan from K9Cakery

Microwave 1 1/2 minutes. Put the silicone pan in the dishwasher when you are finished.

Can't find a simpler dog cake recipe than that! You can even get a peanut butter dog cake mix from K9Cakery that can be used in the microwave as well.

When the cake has cooled, stir the dog treat icing with water and ice the cakes!

This dog treat kit also makes a wonderful dog gift. Bring the entire kit to a friend's house and astound them by "baking" a dog cake right under their...and especially their dog's...noses.

The following series of videos shows a microwave dog cake being made.A dog bone shape pan that is safe for us in the microwave oven is used to make the cake.

Part 1 of How to Make A Microwave Dog Cake:

Part 2 of How to Make A Microwave Dog Cake:

Part 3 of How to Make A Microwave Dog Cake:

Any container suitable for placing in a microwave oven will work.

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