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Old 09-24-2014, 10:32 AM
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I made my first batch of budgie treats!!! So excited to test them out!

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I'm so proud of myself!

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Old 09-24-2014, 10:38 AM
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And you should be proud, those look really good and your birdies will surely enjoy their treat very much!
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These look great, I see all sorts of goodies in them, what ingredient did you use to hold them together?
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Old 09-24-2014, 10:42 AM
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Thanks everyone! I used honey, filtered water, and whole wheat flour to keep them together. What I used for the treat itself was millet I "harvested" myself from the spray, raisins, and a treat mix that I chopped up to make all of the pieces smaller and more "bite sized".
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The heck with your birds I want to eat them!

They look great I'm sure your birds will love eating them up.
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Old 09-24-2014, 04:17 PM
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Haha! Thanks Haven! I'm going to test them later tonight during their evening out of cage time.
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Just make sure you put them in a heavier container than I did tonight. Made cornbread for the birds with carrots and birdseed mixed in. They were all eating it when one of them spooked and they all took off and there goes the carrots, bird seed and cornbread all over the carpet, in their cages etc. Wouldn't be so bad, but I had just cleaned their cages! They all knew they did something wrong and all came over to the edge of the top cage and peered down as if to say,"did I do that"? My own fault, I never use plastic containers for feeding??? Go figure!
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They look so good I'd eat those!! Almost like a Chinese starter. Or Dim Sum! :-) Yum!
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The heck with your birds I want to eat them!
Ha ha that's just what i was thinking! May have to try and make some for my birdies!
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Now if they'd eat them! Lol. Birdie went and tried them but was scared off by the giant toddler. LOL. I'm just going to put a few in their food dish to introduce them to everyone in their "home" first so they're not so unsure out of the cage.

Thanks everyone! They were easy to make and I baked them at 200 degree Fahrenheit for about 10-15 minutes but I would just keep an eye on them every 5 minutes.
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