I would NEVER criticize anyone for eating SIX cupcakes, because I'm the girl who ate the ENTIRE fruitcake by herself. It did take a week or so, but I ate it all. Every cherry, nut and crumb. It was all I ate, day in and day out. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Fruitcake, fruitcake, fruitcake.
Six cupcakes? That's a snack, compared to my doorstop fruitcake!
That's a LOT of fiber.
LOL!! My husband will stand and eat the entire fruitcake in one afternoon!
I do have a little story though...I just got a call yesterday from an event planner asking if I made cake that was safe for dogs to eat - he was planning an event for 200 and needed dog cake! After a pause, I asked if he knew that dogs shouldn't eat people food - after his pause, he said that he didn't know that!
Hi! Okay so I only decorate cakes as a hobby but I LOVE reading the business forum---it's my guilty pleasure. Anywho, I am a vet tech and people food is totally fine for dogs to eat (EXCEPT for the notorous chocolate, and less notorious onions, garlic, grapes, and raisins). Unless the dog is diabetic theres nothing wrong with a little cake (I would probably avoid a ton of frosting, though). While cake may not be something you'd give your dogs as part of a balanced diet, it's totally fine as a treat (I would not use the cake as a meal replacement, even if it was only one time). Just so you know, cuz that's a nice sized cake needed--probably not too much of a penny pincher either, given that he's have a dog party!