I reasoned that it was about time that we took the plunge and purchased one of those Pawbakes dog baking kits that we had been seeing everywhere. I placed an order for one Pawbakes tennis ball, one additional bone cutter, one Pawbakes dog biscuit baking kit, and one Pawbakes dog cupcake baking kit.
I’m not the greatest baker, so I put off making them for a long, but oh my goodness, they are so easy to make, and I am completely head over heels in love with them.
This is such a fantastic idea!
The bone-shaped biscuits
I opened the doggy cookie baking kit and discovered a packet of mixture along with a bone-shaped cutter. I followed all of the directions that were printed on the back of the packaging. I also preheated the oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
I then added in 5 tablespoons of warm water into the bowl and mixed it together with a spoon. I added a little more water to make it more doughy, and then I set it aside for ten minutes to rest. I poured the mixture, scooped out 1 tablespoon of the mixture to save for later, and then set the bowl aside.
After the ten minutes were up, I grabbed my dough and rolled it out, then I used the leftover ingredients that I had previously scooped out and sprinkled on the countertop. After that, I continued to press the bone cutter into the dough and then place the bones onto a baking sheet that was made of nonstick material; I pierced each bone with a fork in the same manner as the experts do.
After that, I put them in the oven, set the timer for 15 minutes, and then after that, I checked on them every three minutes to make sure they were browning properly.
I removed them from the oven, set them aside to cool, and then began working on the second box that I had purchased.
The cupcake baking kit
I opened the box and found the cupcake batter, chocolate frosting, and cupcake covers. After reading all of the directions on the back, I adjusted the temperature of my oven to 200 degrees Celsius.
I have prepared for a later time by placing the red casings in a muffin pan.
After that, I put the mixture into the bowl, added one medium egg that had been beaten, one tablespoon of olive oil, and three tablespoons of water (I added just a little bit extra water to make it a little runny), and stirred everything together until it was completely incorporated.
After placing the mixture with a spoon in each of the molds, I of course let Hunter and Eva to lick the spoon and the bowl.
After that, I put the baking sheet in the oven, set the timer for 14 minutes, and then checked it every minute until it was golden brown.
After the cupcakes had been baked and allowed to cool, I created the chocolate frosting by first bringing some water to a simmer in a pan, then setting a heat-resistant dish above the water and melting the chocolate in it.
I covered the tops of the cupcakes with it after it had melted, and then I let them to cool.
Because of this, I now like baking very much.