I've diagnosed myself with a condition called "feed people-itis," and anyone who knows me knows I've got it BAD! Lucikly it's a condition that is all about sharing delicious foods with the ones I love, and the family pooch is no exception. Recently, I developed these "pupcakes" for our doggie, Roxy, who had a birthday. I love baking for people's birthdays and didn't want our pup to miss out. These peanut butter pupcakes are filled with nutritious ingredients, all doggie safe and, to be honest, perfectly tasty for human consumption too. If you want to take it an extra step, spread each pupcake with some nautral peanut butter as an icing and watch your puppy drool. Ours did!
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Christina Stanley-Salerno is a recipe developer, food stylist, photographer and blogger at TakeBackYourTable.com. She has an intense passion for the family meal and as a work-at-home mother of two growing boys, knows first-hand the challenges of trying to get a meal on the table. Before going freelance, she was on-staff at Every Day with Rachael Ray where she had the pleasure of working alongside some of the best in the food business. She is now a full-time work at home mom, writing recipes for everyone from Momtastic to Parents.com. Creating simple, quick and healthy meals is her specialty and her trick to keeping the family meal a reality, even on busy weeknights.
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