1c fast-cook oats
1/2c all-purpose flour
Squash bananas, and beat the egg. then spread evenly on a plate. Next, heat in microwave for 3 and 1/2 minutes. when done, let them cool. Then cut and serve.
My Chi loves this
1lb ground beef, or turkey
2 cups cooked brown rice
1 lb bag mixed vegetables
1-2 lb plain yogurt
Brown ground beef in a frying pan. Set aside.
Steam vegetables until tender in a pan fitted with a vegetable steamer. Remove from steamer allow to cool slightly. Add vegetables to the beaker of your food processor and pulse until the vegetables are coarsely chopped.
Combine chopped vegetables with rice, add ground beef. Store refrigerated in a tightly sealed container
Why kitchen sink..well often it seemed I was including everything but the kitchen sink.
You can alter this many ways, veggies of your choice or a mixture of vegetables. Turkey, tuna, salmon, hardboiled eggs you get the idea.
This recipe can also be blended and turned into a gravy to mix with your dogs dry food. Or maybe you can pour some of the blended variety into ice cube trays and give to your dog on a hot summer day as a treat.
Cook enough rice to make 10 cups worth
(follow package directions)
Combine cooked rice with
1 pound ground turkey
16 or 18 ounces of vegetables
I steam mine and then add them to rice and turkey
Once complete remove from heat, cool and then refrigerate
until you are ready to use.
When serving to pet, serve at room temperature…Enjoy
Chicken and Kibble
3 to 4 chicken breasts (no bone, no skin)
1 1/2 cups non-sticky rice (we use basmati)
Microwave the chicken breasts until fully cooked. Cut into tip of the finger size pieces. Reserve the juice for the first meal. Steam the rice until fully cooked. Combine the chicken and rice. Add a pinch of salt if you didn’t already salt the rice. Add any other seasoning your dog likes. (Ours have severe allergies, so we season with Feverfew.)When ready to feed the dogs, combine half their recommended kibble with sufficient chicken/rice mixture to make up about 1/3 their ration. Make up the rest with fat free cottage cheese.
This makes a very low fat diet, typically less than 10%. You can add vegetable fats or fish oil to improve vitamin absorption, but do be sparing. In the first batch of food, add the cooking juices from the chicken to the kibble.
This recipe makes enough food for several feedings, so don’t put the chicken drippings in the storage container: it will only hasten spoilage. Also, don’t leave the mix down: it will spoil very fast.
We make a batch of chicken/rice every other day. Our two dogs combined weigh over 200 pounds. If you have one or smaller dogs, you can reduce the recipe. The vets say they have never seen healthier dogs.