If you are a pet lover like me you may have thrown your dog a birthday party at some point. There is a big problem with this because, of course, dogs cannot eat a cake like the ones we make for ourselves.
Follow the steps for the creme cheese frosting, but substitute the creme cheese for cottage cheese. Keep in mind that it will have a grainier texture, but it will still taste incredible for the pups! Our dogs favorite is peanut butter. Use 2 to 4 ounces of it together with 4 ounces of the cheese.
Very easy to make, yielding 1 cup of frosting. It will also stay soft after piping. Although it may sound off to make frosting out of potatoes, remember that it is for your pups and their tastebuds are different from ours! At least my dog will eat almost whatever.
Always remember that if the consistency you have is not what you want or need, you can change it by adding some cornstarch to thicken or some canola oil to thin. Do this carefully and slowly, as it is very easy to go overboard and then you will be forced to overcorrect.
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