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  • Easy Homemade Nutriberries!

    I make these for my flock and they love them!!

    Homemade Nutriberries:


    NUTRIBERRIES

    1 Cup dried fruits of your choice
    2 Tablespoons Coconut
    1/2 Cup Old fashioned oatmeal, uncooked
    1/4 Cup any seed mix of choice
    1/4 Cup pellets of choice
    2-3 Tablespoons organic creamy peanut butter
    2 Large Tablespoons of honey or Molasses

    Blend or put in food processor the 1st 3 ingredients and blend well. Add the rest of the ingredients -- it will be sticky. Roll into various size balls of your preference (use wet hands, it makes it easier to roll the balls together). Bake at 325 degrees for 15-20 minutes depending on your oven. Check at the sooner time to make sure they do not brown, just set. I place them on parchment paper on cookie sheets instead of greasing them. Cool and place in airtight jars.

    Now I added some air pop popcorn, cashews, seed, Natural Gold pellets, organic dried fruit and coconut, oatmeal and I used the honey.
    All the birds loved them! Here is some pics! And yes, keep your hands wet while forming
    All the birds loved them! Also keep your hands wet when rolling them. Store in an airtight container.

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    Dexter-Rehomed CAG
    Sterling -Rehomed CAG
    SAMMY-Rescued Umbrella Too
    Sunshine-Adopted CAG
    Can we save the forgotten, lost and abandoned?
    We must try!

  • #2
    Hmm, maybe on the next good day off I will give that a crack! Looks gooooood Judy

    My Boys

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    • #3
      seems like I might have to go get some supplies. Joey loves nutriberries.

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      • #4
        They look good & easy to make. How many, did you make ?

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        • #5
          They sound great, I'm printing this out. Thanks !!
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          • #6
            Yum - makin' some...
            Thx,
            j

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            • #7
              That is a great recipe. Thanks for taking the time to share it with everyone. It looks yummy!

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              • #8
                Can you freeze them? they sure do look awfully good.

                Claire, Im like you, the next day off I get, I will try and make them....let me know how yours turned out LOL
                The Canadian Gangdancingsm

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                • #9
                  Ingrid, I never tried freezing them. but since they have honey in them it may make them very hard if frozen. They keep a long time in a tupperware container. I can't give an exact amount on how many one batch makes. I will tell you that I made small ones and a bit larger for Sammy U2. I think it made about 40 berries or more though.
                  Dexter-Rehomed CAG
                  Sterling -Rehomed CAG
                  SAMMY-Rescued Umbrella Too
                  Sunshine-Adopted CAG
                  Can we save the forgotten, lost and abandoned?
                  We must try!

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                  • #10
                    yummmm! I think I will try my hand at these...... I wonder if I could substitute apple sauce for the honey so that I could freeze the extra...... Thank you for the recipe!
                    Everything and one has a chance, if someone has the heart to give them one!

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                    • #11
                      Michelle, not sure about the applesauce. The honey is what holds the berries shape.
                      Dexter-Rehomed CAG
                      Sterling -Rehomed CAG
                      SAMMY-Rescued Umbrella Too
                      Sunshine-Adopted CAG
                      Can we save the forgotten, lost and abandoned?
                      We must try!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ingrid View Post
                        Can you freeze them? they sure do look awfully good.

                        Claire, Im like you, the next day off I get, I will try and make them....let me know how yours turned out LOL
                        I will give it a shot gotta get a few ingredients first!

                        My Boys

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                        • #13
                          Yummmmmm, my hubby will love these!
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                          • #14
                            Now this is something I may try.
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                            Holli and her babies

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                            • #15
                              I think I'm going to give this recipe a try this afternoon. I love that they are all natural.
                              Tricia

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