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Hug Home Comforts: veggie pancakes for dogs

Fancy whipping up a canine-friendly meat-free feast? Then try our delicious pancakes for dogs, inspired by our Veggie Veggie Good cold pressed recipe. Easy to prepare and bursting with goodness, they’re likely to persuade the most dedicated meat-lover to go veggie for the day. Seriously.

These nourishing pancakes put to work some of the same goodies found in Hug’s cold pressed veggie dog food, from potato and peas to egg, spirulina, kale, and apple. Perfect for a healthy, balanced treat.

Meat-free Mondays never tasted so good!

veggie pancakes for dogs ingredients

The ingredients you need

Makes 10-12 pancakes

1 potato

1 apple

2 tbsp peas

20g kale

100g oat flour

1 egg

300ml water 

1/2 tsp spirulina

Pancakes for dogs

Making the batter

Peel and cut the potato into small chunks, then boil until soft.

Drain the potatoes and mash until smooth.

Mix in the oat flour and spirulina, blending with the mash until combined, then whisk the egg and stir into the mix.

Slowly pour in the water and whisk until the mixture is smooth in consistency (add more water if it’s still a little thick).

Grate or chop up the apple and kale, and add to the batter along with the peas.

spaniel staring at veggie pancakes

Cooking the veggie pancakes

Warm up your frying pan with 1/2 tsp of coconut oil. When the oil has melted and is hot, add 1 large tbsp of the batter to the pan. 

Cook the first side of your pancake until bubbles form on top, then flip it and cook the other side until it is slightly brown.

Feeling fancy? Top with a selection of kefir, dog-safe fruit, or your pooch’s favourite treats. *Remember to let your pancakes cool before feeding.

Why not have a go and make your own veggie pancakes for dogs? They’re flippin’ great! 

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