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Homemade Bird Treats

Posted by: Linda Loerzel - - March 4, 1999

Mix 2 cups crushed cheerios (or shreddies if you don't have cherrios), 2 cups crushed pellets, 2 cups assorted seeds (I like to use colourful seeds for the bigger birds along with parrot premium). Add 1 1/4 cup honey and stir until mixture is wet throughout but not soggy. Maybe a little more or a little less honey. Corn syrup can also be used if you run out of honey.

Pour onto cookie sheet and spread out. Bake 225 for 40 to 45 minutes depending on where you live. I live 2000 ft above sea level so baking time differs. If it is near a holiday you may want to divide into sticks and place a tongue depresser in the center and later drill a hole through the tongue depresser so you can tie to the cage. If using the cookie sheet, halfway through the baking I take out and score with a knife so it is easier to cut when baked. My birds love it.
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