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Love My Bunny Cookies
1/4 cup yogurt OR
1 small banana and some water Vegetables and/or fruit (carrots, lettuce, broccoli, apples, etc. Choose whatever your bunny really likes!)
Chop the fruit and/or veggies and put the pieces into a bowl. Next, if you have chosen to use a banana instead of yogurt, mush it up and mix it with the water until the mixture is smooth. Skip this step if you are using yogurt.
Take the banana or yogurt mixture and place a small amount on a plate or dish. Then add the fruits and/or veggies on top. Repeat until all the mixture and veggies/fruit have been used up.
Now that you have finished forming the cookies, you have got to bake them to make them hard. But do not use the oven! Instead, all you have to do is stick them into the freezer for 30 minutes, then serve. Do not overfeed these cookies to your pet one per session is plenty.
1/2 cup water
2/3 cup white flour
1 celery stalk, washed
1 small apple, peeled
Before you begin, preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Chop all the fruits and veggies into very small pieces and put them in a bowl with all the other ingredients. Mash until a mushy paste is formed (you can control the thickness by adding a little bit of water if necessary).
Drain away any excess water and place teaspoon-sized balls of the mixture on a cookie sheet, about an inch apart. Bake for 6-10 minutes or until brown. Allow cookies to cool, then serve.
White or wheat bread
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Mix the honey and yogurt together in a bowl and spread on the bread. Now cut each slice of bread in half and roll each piece around a small carrot.
Smear some more of the honey and yogurt mixture to the outside of the bread, then place the carrot-and-bread combinations onto a cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees until slightly brown.Allow to cool, then serve.
Cabbage Patch Treat
Set the blueberries aside for now. Remove any pits and seeds from the other fruits and slice all of them up except for the blueberries. Finely chop the carrots.
Scoop the fruit/carrot mixture into the cabbage leaf and add whole blueberries on top.
Honey Bunny Balls
1/4 cup oats
1/4 cup Weetabix
1/3 cup rabbit pellets
Crush up the Weetabix and rabbit pellets, and chop up the carrot. Mix all ingredients except the honey together in a bowl. Add honey until the balls stick together. Serve to your bunny!
Pretty Bunny Party Mix
1-2 teaspoons oats
1-2 teaspoons Shredded Wheat (cereal)
1-2 teaspoons Cheerios (cereal)
1/4 cup rabbit pellets
1-2 teaspoons black oil sunflower seeds
This tasty treat is so simple to make it will take you just a few seconds!
Mix together the oats, Cheerios, seeds and Shredded Wheat. Now add in the pellets and serve!
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