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Dr. Harvey's What's Cookin' A Soothing Healthy Warm Meal for Birds
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- Made in the USA
- Just add water formula
- Warm Meal for Bird in Minutes
- Birds Love Variety
- Holistic and Healthy Formula-Contains no chemicals, preservatives or artificial ingredients of any kind
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Size: 1.5 lb.
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In your bird’s cup or in a small bowl, mix 1 heaping scoop (0.5 oz) of What’s Cookin’ with 1 scoop of hot water. Let soak for approximately 10 minutes. To prepare larger amounts, the proportions remain 1 scoop of water for every 1 heaping scoop (0.5 oz) of What’s Cookin’. Use more or less water to obtain desired consistency. Serve at room temperature. For more variety mix in fresh fruit or unsweetened applesauce. Remove any uneaten food from cage after 12 hours.
Top Customer Reviews
She can't open her beak all the way, so I have learned to be creative in plying her with foods to keep her weight up.
She loves this formula and I like to rotate foods, also, to keep their interest up.
Sometimes what they weren't sure about a month ago, they try when they see it again.
But this food has been one that she tried right off the bat.
The finiky eaters, no, but after awhile they just have to try it, too.
Easy to prepare
My Quaker loves it
Also if your looking to try something new with your bird here's my signature recipe:
1/2 cup of Dr Harveys what's cooking food ( ensure you cook it well to the consistency your bird likes
1/4 cup of vegetables ( add whatever your bird loves, I add bell peppers and carrots)
1 tsp of honey
1 tbs of chia seeds
3-4 crushed almonds or other nuts
Chopped leafy greens is optional
Chopped cayenne pepper
Chopped dehydrated bananas ( I use dr foster and smith)
Chopped dehydrated papaya ( dr foster and smith)
2 tsp of balanced diet supplement powder ( got mine at petsmart but dont remember the brand, crushing up regular pellets work fine too)
Add spices your bird loves (on occasion I add cinnamon)
Mix all ingredients together.
Preheat oven to 320 and add oven safe container with water to bottom tray this helps prevent overdrying
Ball up mix in spoon and then place in mini, med or lg sized cupcake wrappers dependent upon your size bird
Put in oven to bake for 15-20 min or until crispy at the top, the inside should be chewy and soft
This mix will provide appx. 8 servings for my quaker who has a rambunctious appetite. I usually give her 2 a day sometimes 3 along with her pellets, fresh fruit and water. That way she has plenty to choose from. She goes crazy whenever she gets one of these. I don't take off the paper because she has fun with it on and it makes her forage.
Like if this recipe worked for you.
I have Shih Tzu's and am used to serving a dehydrated raw diet, and this is very similar product for birds. I also am adding coconut oil, for their joints and feather gloss, as well as Dr. Harvey's bird supplement, which is jammed packed with powerful exotic supplements.
I am thrilled with this product… especially because my boys are finally into it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of our birds’ favorite but I have to be careful t not get it too soggy. Carefully need to ad the water!Published 9 months ago by W. Adler
My grey actually eats this and the ingredients are all approved by me. It's really simple to make. I'll be ordering this all the time now that I've discovered it.Published 9 months ago by Rita Williams
My parrot peaches absolutely refused to eat this cooked, she will only eat it raw, pick out pieces that she wants, and won't touch the rest. Read morePublished 13 months ago by John Penrod
My parrot refuses this food. It appears to be loaded with oats and not too much of the other ingredients. Maybe this is why he doesn't prefer it.Published 20 months ago by aimeeleigh23