Doggy Strawberry Scones
Makes 12 Mini Scones
Grain free, great for breath
About this Recipe
Strawberries, what a wonderful ingredient, and judging by how well this doggy strawberry scone recipe went down, Willow agrees .
I picked Strawberries as my May seasonal ingredient as every morning when walking Willow, I would walk past the greengrocers and the smell from the strawberries outside became too much to resist.
For me personally, they also evoke such lovely childhood memeories of strawberry picking as a child. Put one in your basket, two in your mouth so on and so forth. I feel bad, is this why Strawberry growers open to the public for picking are rarer these days, all their profits were being eaten!
For our pups, they are a great ingredient to use in recipes. They contain an enzyme that actually whitens their teeth and they are full of antioxidents.
I mixed my doggy strawberry scones with mint to add even more freshness and also have an option to add a cream cheese and strawberry centre. This takes it to the next level, we’re talking doggy afternoon tea levels!
For this recipe I used a silicone mini muffin tin
- 150g Buckwheat flour
- 2 Large Eggs
- 2 Tbsp Honey
- 1/2 Tsp Baking Powde
- 1 Tbsp mint leaves chopped finel
- 5-8 Strawberries (depending on size) hulled and chopped
- 1 Tbsp Coconut oil for greasing
- 50g Cream cheese (full fat)
- A couple of strawberries sliced super thin
Step by Step Instructions
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees
Grease the mini muffin tin with the coconut oil
Add all the scone ingredients to a mixing bowl and combine
Fill the muffin tin with the mix, you can fill all the way to the top as they don’t rise too much
Bake for 20 minutes, unitil risen and golden on top
Leave to cool, you can store up to 5 days like this or freeze. If filling go to the next step, but only fill when ready to serve
Once cooled and ready to fill, cut in half horizontally, add a generous layer of cream cheese to the bottom half and top with some of the sliced strawberries.
Place the tops on, and they are reday for your pooches afternoon tea party!
Once filled they will last in the fridge for up to 3 days
Hope you pooches enjoy!
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