As cat owners, we all want to treat our feline friends with delicious and healthy snacks. Making homemade cat treats is an excellent way to ensure the quality and ingredients of what your cat eats. In this blog post, we will explore how to make a chicken lickable cat treat that your furry friend will love.
– 1 cup cooked chicken (shredded)
– ¼ cup water
– ¼ cup plain Greek yogurt
– 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
– Optional: Catnip or other herbs
Step 1: Cook the Chicken
The first step in making a lickable chicken treat for cats is cooking the chicken. Boil or bake one boneless, skinless chicken breast until it’s fully cooked through. Then let it cool down before shredding it into small pieces.
Step 2: Mix Ingredients Together
In a blender or food processor, combine the shredded chicken, water, plain Greek yogurt, and nutritional yeast together until you have smooth consistency mixture. Moreover add any optional herbs such as dried parsley or mint leaves which are safe for cats.
Step 3: Fill Containers
Pour the mixture into several small containers that are easy for your cat’s tongue to reach into but be sure they’re not too shallow as this can cause messy situations.
Step 4: Freeze The Treats
Once filled with contents freeze them till solid firm by keeping in freezer around atleast three hours.
After frozen thoroughly take out from freezer and serve these treats straight away after removing their lids so that your kitty could enjoy licking its favorite flavors right away!
Tips To Keep In Mind While Serving Chicken Lickables To Cats :
• Always use fresh ingredients.
• Use organic if possible.
• Serve at room temperature.
• Store them promptly back in fridge once done serving.
• Don’t overfeed; give only occasionally as a supplement to their regular diet.
In conclusion, making homemade chicken lickable cat treats is a fun and easy way to pamper your feline friend. This recipe is a great starting point for those wanting to create their own healthy and tasty snacks for their pets. Remember to always use fresh ingredients, limit portions sizes and only give them as occasional supplements rather than replacing meals altogether. Your cats will thank you!