Chinese New Year is just around the corner! So this week, we're doing a super yummy, and easy, Kueh Bahulu Recipe just for dogs! (Step-by-step video tutorial is at the bottom of this entry)
Here's what you'll need (makes 24 mini Kueh Bahulu):
75g Brown Rice Flour**
1 scoop Honest Kitchen Goat's Milk + 100ml water (or 100ml of milk)
2 tablespoons Coconut Oil (1 tablespoon to coat the pan, the other for the batter)**
**We often get questions such as: what if my dog can't take brown rice flour/what if I can't find brown rice flour? You can simply use any other flour that is dog-friendly and that your dog isn't allergic to. Same goes with Coconut Oil. It can be substituted with Olive Oil.
[[Not a sponsored post. Honest Kitchen Pro-bloom Goat's Milk was purchased by us.]]
Before you begin, preheat your oven to 175 degrees celsius.
Step 1: Coat your pan generously with Coconut Oil (this prevents the batter from sticking). If you manage to find a non-stick pan, you can give this step a miss.
Step 2: Mix together all the above ingredients and mix well till there are no lumps. Here's the Honest Kitchen goat's milk we used (there's a spoon in there for measurement)! You can also use regular goat's milk, or lactose-free cow's milk for this recipe.
Step 3: Pour batter till it fills the pan 3/4 of the way. The cake does rise so it'll need some space.
Step 4: It's time for the oven! 15 minutes at 175 degrees celsius.
Step 5: Here's how they look after baking! They're a little puffed up, but give them some time to cool and they'll "settle down" (de-puff) back to the right size :)
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