Meat Cake (Dog Friendly)

Submitted by Karen Melinz

Meat Cake (Dog Friendly)

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Serving: 8
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 4 hrs
Total Time 4 hrs 20 mins

Ingredients
 

INGREDIENTS FOR CAKE (human grade, for the whole family to enjoy)

  • Mince 500 grams
  • Eggs x 2
  • Stock Cube x 1
  • Tomato Paste x 1 small tin (100 ml approx)
  • Carrot x 2
  • Green Beans
  • Broccoli Stem (or any other suitable veg)

ICING

  • Potato x 3 (cooked and mashed)
  • Beetroot juice (for colouring)

Instructions
 

CAKE

  • Crack and whisk eggs in a bowl.
  • Add tomato paste and crumble in the stock cube to the egg mix.
  • Whisk to combine.
  • Wash, peel and chop veggies.
  • Add mince and veggies to egg mix, and combine through.
  • Pack 'cake' mix into ramekins, or loaf tin.
  • Place in slow cooker, with lid on, with tea towel underneath the lid.
  • Cook for 2 hours on high, then 2 hours on low. I used a 6ltr size slow cooker that runs quite hot.

ICING

  • Peel, cook and mash the potato.
  • Add beetroot juice to mashed potato and mix through.
  • Once cooked, remove meat cakes from slow cooker and take out of ramekins/loaf tin.
  • Spread 'icing' on top of the meat cakes.
  • *Please note: Slow Cooker Central hold no liability for the suitability of this meal for your 4 legged friend. This recipe, and all pet food recipes, are member submitted. Please make your own decision on what is suitable and safe for your pet*
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  1. Our fur boy loved this and because he was eating it master 4 ate it as well. Have caught him trying the dogs dry food before as well as the dog choc chip biscuits no matter how often you tell him not to and say Yuk that’s dog food not human food he will start crawling around and barking pretending he is a dog so he wouldn’t eat his meatloaf and veg the other night I thought well why not give him some of this as it’s all human grade ingredients and had peas carrot grated zucchini cauliflower and broccoli rice thru it try to get some veg into him and it worked with some cheese on ours not the dogs lot

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