DIY FeedMyPaws Recipe: Bloody Halloween Pupcakes!


Hi everyone!

It's that spoooooky time of the year again! Last year I did 2 recipes: a cookie one (click HERE), and a super easy 10 minute pupcake one (click HERE). This year, I decided to do something a little more complicated, but absolutely PERFECT for parties!

On a slightly unrelated note, I can't believe it's been a year?! That was fast!

 

Alright, on to the recipe!

You'll need:

For Pupcakes:

  • 250g Minced Meat (I used pork)
  • 60g Vegetables of your choice (I used spinach and carrot)
  • 1 Egg
  • Cupcake Cases

For Frosting:

  • 1 Beetroot (about 200grams)
  • 200g Mashed Potato
  • 1 teaspoon flour 
  • 100ml water

 

Before starting, preheat your oven to 150 degrees celsius.

Place all pupcake ingredients into the bowl and mix well:

Then, divide between pupcake cases and bake for 30 minutes.

While pupcakes are baking, you can prepare the "blood". That part requires lots of repetitive microwave time, so it's best to watch the video tutorial because the pictures might seem confusing. Just remember, you MUST cover your beetroot and water with a microwave-safe cling wrap when steaming. Otherwise, your entire microwave is going to be flooded with beetroot juice! 

Once the "blood" is done, and your pupcakes are baked and cooled, you can begin decorating!

It's definitely the best part, haha. Check out the video tutorial above for more info! ;)

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! If you enjoy my recipes, do subscribe to my YouTube channel! :) If you reside in Singapore and would like to support my passion for recipes, you can purchase a pack of treats from my store :)

ENJOY! Share your pictures with me on Instagram by tagging @FeedMyPaws or using #feedmypaws and #feedmypawsrecipe, or Like our Facebook page www.facebook.com/feedmypaws :)

Looking to order delicious, homemade cookies? Hop on over to our website: www.feedmypaws.com :)

Keep up to date with our yummy dog-friendly recipes and vlogs by subscribing to our YouTube channel! See you soon! :D

 


Leave a comment


Please note, comments must be approved before they are published