Who doesn't love cookies? Your bunnies! So make delicious treats that are easy and fun to make with friends and family. I made these with my cousin and friends and it was so easy. My own personal bunny loves them. Your bunnies will enjoy them to. What doesn't sound better that a cup of milk with cookies? BTW rabbits can't really have dairy. 0-o
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Step 1: Ingredients
The ingredients you'll need are:
1 fruit/vegi (I'm using cabbage, it's Phoebe's fav.)
1/2 cup of instant oatmeal
1/3 cup of pellets
1 tablespoon of honey(optional)
1/2 tablespoon of water(if possible)
A bundle of grass or Timothy Hay.(I'm using grass)
Step 2: Dry Ingredients
First, preheat your oven to 365 F.
Put your pellets in a ziplock bag and smash it with your fist or a big spoon. When it is done it should be powder with some small chunks left. Then, grind or blend your oatmeal till powder, there should be only powder with a few little pieces left. Put your pellets into a big mixing bowl. Pour your oatmeal on top of the pellets. Then move on to the wet ingredients.
Step 3: Wet Ingredients
Chop your carrots into short logs and put them into a small bowl, this would take some patients. Mash your carrot with a fork until no lumps. You can also use a smasher or another method. Do the same with the banana, then mix the two together. Use your fruit/vegi and tare or cut it into little pieces and mix it again. Then move on.
Step 4: Putting It All Together
Pour the wet ingredients into the dry. Take you bundle of hay or grass and cut it into 1/2 inch length each. When you finish, start mixing with your hands, make sure hands are dry but clean. Half way mixing, add your tablespoon of honey. 75% way of mixing, put your 1/2 tablespoon of water and continue mixing. (If you don't have any honey it's okay, you can skip it.) When dough forms, put a non-stick baking paper on your counter and put dough there. Smash until a circle shape. Put a plastic wrap on top of the dough and roll it out until 1/4 of an inch thick. Take out plastic. Use your 2 inch cookie cutter and cut out shapes on the dough.Make sure the size is right for your bunny. pull out the remaining dough and repeat the process. Put you oven mitts on (if needed) and stick it in the oven for 5-10 min. Make sure to check on it for hard and breakable cookie. Play with your bunny so she or he doesn't get bored while waiting!
Step 5: The Taste Test
When it is finally done, your bunny shall have their taste test. But make sure to cool for 2 min and then giving it to your bunny. My bunny LOVED it, I hope yours dose to!(: