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Re: Holiday Bird Bread

Posted by Ashleigh on 1/13/08
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    I just tried this will all my birds, and my B&G LOVED it,
    and even kept asking for more :). Heck even my sun conure
    liked it! And he is so picky! I also added some fresh
    berries into it whole. I will definatly be tweaking and
    playing with this so my birds can get a variety. Thanks so
    much for the great recipe! :)

    On 12/23/07, Birdmom wrote:
    > I just did some baking.......for the birds. The house
    > smells great and one of the humans almost ate some of
    > the "spice cake".......I want to share this
    > recipe.....this is my best batch ever:
    >
    > Holiday Bird Bread
    >
    > Start microwaving an extra-large sweet potato. While
    > that's going, put 6 carrots and 1/2 of a green pepper in a
    > food processor and pulse a few times until it's grainy.
    > Add 4 eggs, the cooked sweet potato, 2 squeezes of honey,
    > 3 teaspoons of baking soda, 1/2 c. water, and 1/2 c. olive
    > oil. Process some more. Transfer this all to a large
    > mixing bowl and grind up some raw nuts (1/2 c. maybe...I
    > used almonds & cashews....yummy) and add those. Hand-
    > mix. Now stir in 2 c. of whole wheat flour and 2 c. corn
    > flour (the good stuff from the bulk section). I had to
    > use a hand mixer to get this mixed. It should be a stiff
    > nasty batter. Spray a large 9x13 or larger pan w/ Pam
    > spread the batter to about 1" thick. You might need 2
    > small pans.....keep in 1" thick. I baked mine at 350 for
    > about 45-50 mins. When cool, share some immediately with
    > your fids and cut the rest into 1x1 squares and freeze.
    > Serve frozen daily; they love it!! Bon Apetit!