Einstein switched seven years of age yesterday! Time is flying!
I seem like just yesterday he was turning one, and I’m at the stage where it’s difficult to even remember existence without my little buddy. He’s been by my side for seven years (minus six days)… he’s gone from insane puppy to energetic toddler, and it has settled rather easily into existence like a content, playful adult who still loves existence. He likes to wander in to the kitchen when I’m baking and lay inside my ft, waiting for this to rain crumbs and sugar.
Einstein continues to be this kind of awesome trooper this season. He moved right into a home beside me and my Chief Culinary Consultant, therefore we put little brother Duke in to the mix. He’s taken everything in stride, just pleased to be spending time with us every single day.
He’s especially patient with Duke, who still tugs mercilessly on his tail and the ears. Einstein waits until he’s absolutely arrived at his breaking point before he grumbles noisally and allows Duke realize that enough is sufficient.
Einstein is really this type of phenomenal dog he's this kind of significant personality along with a wonderful disposition. He comes using the punches, senses when individuals are upset, and merely likes to be wherever you're. I couldn’t let his birthday go by without whipping up a unique treat for him to celebrate, just like I've years back. (Archives:, and sixth Birthday)
These cookies are filled with good-for-you elements and could be mixed together in under ten minutes. I stirred together some homemade peanut butter and Greek yogurt for any frosting and slathered it on.
Einstein sitting so with patience in the end lit his candle and wanted a contented birthday and maaaaaaany more…
Then he wasted virtually no time sitting upright and offering his paw in return for scrumptious birthday goodies, after which searching for more. He ended up being tortured by needing to watch Duke eat one too, and spent the following hour looking in the counter and whining for additional.
Einstein were built with a fabulous, spoiled birthday. Here’s to a lot of, a lot more birthday festivities with my friend!
Twelve months ago: Peanut Grain Krispies Goodies
2 yrs ago: Beef and Cheddar Dog Biscuits
Chocolate-Chocolate Chunk Muffins
Yield: 6 pupcakes
Prep Time: ten minutes
Prepare Time: ten to fifteen minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
A unique homemade treat in my buddy's seventh birthday!
For that Pupcakes:
½ cup wheat grains flour (can substitute other if wheat sensitive)
1 teaspoon baking powder
⅓ cup vegetable oil
⅓ cup unsweetened applesauce
2 tbsps honey
For that Frosting:
3 tbsps Greek yogurt
1½ tbsps creamy peanut butter
1. Pre-heat oven to 350 levels F. Line 6 wells of the standard muffin container with paper inserts, or spray with non-stick cooking spray put aside.
2. Inside a medium bowl, whisk together the flour and baking powder. Add some vegetable oil, applesauce, egg and honey, and whisk lightly to mix. Divide the batter between your prepared muffin cups and bake until a toothpick placed in to the center arrives clean, ten to fifteen minutes. All of the pupcakes to awesome completely before frosting and serving.