How to Make a Cake for Your Horse

This recipe makes a yummy healthy cake that is safe for your horses. Copied from: myhorseforum.com/threads/how-…

How to Make a Cake for Your Horse
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Gather your ingredients.

Gather your ingredients.

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1. Grate several large carrots (5 or 6), or chop up into 1 inch pieces and put it into the food processor. I like to use the food processor because it’s quick and easy, but hand grated is fine too!

1. Grate several large carrots (5 or 6), or chop up into 1 inch pieces and put it into the food processor. I like to use the food processor because it’s quick and easy, but hand grated is fine too!

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2. Put grated carrots in bowl #1  If you wish you can add apple slices like you did with the carrots. You may want to take away a few carrots to make it even.

2. Put grated carrots in bowl #1 If you wish you can add apple slices like you did with the carrots. You may want to take away a few carrots to make it even.

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3. In bowl #2, add 2 cups of white flour, 2-3 tablespoons of white sugar, and 2-3 cups of (dry!) oats. Mix together.

3. In bowl #2, add 2 cups of white flour, 2-3 tablespoons of white sugar, and 2-3 cups of (dry!) oats. Mix together.

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4. Add dry ingredients to bowl #1 and mix thoroughly with the shredded carrots.

4. Add dry ingredients to bowl #1 and mix thoroughly with the shredded carrots.

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5. Add about ¼ cup of water, and then slowly add molasses. You are going to use about ½-¾ cup of molasses. Note: You want the dough to be sticky, not runny! If this happens, add more flour.

5. Add about ¼ cup of water, and then slowly add molasses. You are going to use about ½-¾ cup of molasses. Note: You want the dough to be sticky, not runny! If this happens, add more flour.

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6. Mix all ingredients together thoroughly.

6. Mix all ingredients together thoroughly.

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7. Put the dough onto a cookie sheet that has a piece of parchment paper on it (so it won’t stick and it’s easier to clean).  Mold to desired shape.

7. Put the dough onto a cookie sheet that has a piece of parchment paper on it (so it won’t stick and it’s easier to clean). Mold to desired shape.

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8. Bake in pre-heated oven at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes +/- a few. The cake should be dark golden brown, and slightly firm, but a little “gushy”. It should no longer feel wet.

8. Bake in pre-heated oven at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes +/- a few. The cake should be dark golden brown, and slightly firm, but a little “gushy”. It should no longer feel wet.

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9. Let cool, and then celebrate! Cut up into “slices” or just rip a piece out, lol, don’t give it to them whole. TADA! Final product with 3 carrot “candles”.

9. Let cool, and then celebrate! Cut up into “slices” or just rip a piece out, lol, don’t give it to them whole. TADA! Final product with 3 carrot “candles”.

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If you have extra dough, you can make cookies with the rest. :) (Bake for 10 minutes)

If you have extra dough, you can make cookies with the rest. :) (Bake for 10 minutes)

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