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Edible Flowers:

1) Ingredients: Cactus flowers, Cornflowers, Marigold petals, Marshmallow flowers, Rosebuds (pink), Rose petals (red), Soft dried grass, Sunflower petals.

Feed a teasthingyful to chinchillas or degus. Rabbits can have a bit more according to their size and weight.

Encourages natural foraging and acts as a form of environmental enrichment.

2)1 small carrot, pureed
1/2 banana, mashed until really creamy
1 tbsp honey
1/4 cup rabbit pellets, ground finely in a coffee grinder
1/4 cup ground oats, ground finely in a coffee grinder

Mix pureed carrot, banana and honey in a medium bowl. Add pellet powder and ground oats. Mix until blended. Knead in your hands for 1-2 minutes. Roll out the "dough" in 1/8- to 1/4-inch thick layers between sheets of plastic wrap. Cut into small cookies (about 3/4 inch across). Place cut shapes onto a parchment paper covered cookie sheet. Bake at 325 degrees for about 30 minutes (check to make sure they are not browning too much). Turn off the heat and let the cookies sit in the warm oven for an hour or so.

3) 1 cup pellets
1/2 cup hot water
3 tablesthingys unsweetened apple sauce
1/4 cup oats
1/8 cup raisins
3/4 cup of hay

Mix pellets, hot water, apple sauce, oats & raisins together. Add in 3/4 cup of hay, finely chopped. You should end up with the consistency of mud pie. Spread the mixture on an oiled cookie sheet 1/2" thick. Bake at 350 degrees F for one hour. Break into pieces once cooled, and refridgerate in a container. Keep in mind when baking hay it will smell like pot...

this next one can be used for GPS or rabbits

4) 1 cup oat flour
1 cup cavy or rabbit pellets
2/3 cup veg. broth or water
6 table sthingys. olive oil or other vegetable oil
2 tablesthingys honey
add grated carrots or other veggies
1.mix untill moist
2.roll out and cut into shapes
3.BAKE at 350 degrees for 20 mins. until firm
4.turn off oven and let the treats slowly cool in oven
5. (can be put in the freezer)

5) Bunny Cookies

This is a great everyday treat for your bunny.

1 cup your bunny's favorite fruits or veggies (Carrots, apple, lettuce...)
1/4 of a cup Yogurt

Be sure that everything you use is bunny-friendly

1. Cut up all the fruits and vegetables and put them into a bowl.
2. The yogurt is going to be called the "Paste" from here on. Now take a bit of paste (the size you want your cookie to be) and put it on a plate.
4. Put the same amount of fruits and vegetables onto the paste. Repeat until you run out of ingredients/you've made enough.
5. Put into the freezer for 30 min.
6. Serve. Don't overfeed.

6) * 1 c. rolled oats, finely ground (coffee grinder works best)
* 1/4 c. rabbit pellets, finely ground
* 2 medium-sized bunches of parsley
* 1/2 of a carrot
* 1/2 of a banana
* 1/4 c. + 1 tbsp. water

Preheat oven to 325 degrees and line a baking sheet or stone with wax paper (baking stones actually work best). Grind pellets and oats down to a powder and set aside. Puree parsley, carrot, banana and water. This should become fairly liquefied, so you can add more or less water depending on the consistency. In a bowl, mix puree and dry ingredients. Knead until a stiff dough is formed. Dough will be somewhat sticky. Place ball of dough between 2 sheets of wax paper and roll to about 1/8 – 1/4 of an inch thick. Cut into small squares and place on baking sheet. Bake for about 30 minutes (don't let them get too brown), then turn off the heat and let them sit in the warm oven for at least an hour. (The last step is really important because letting them sit in a warm oven is what dries them out so they'll keep for a really long time and not grow mold!)