Juicy Juice

The Apple Cleanser

1 apple (cleaned but not peeled)

1/3 orange (using a vegetable peeler, remove the orange outer layer, but leave the whitish pulpy layer to be used in the juicer

1/3 banana (remove the peel)

1 tsp of Herbal Bulk

 The Carrot Delight

1 carrot (cleaned but not peeled)

1/3 apple (cleaned but not peeled)

15 grapes (dark-skinned grapes are best, seed grapes are good, and use the seed in the drink)

1/8 teaspoon of Avian Support Formula (Click here to read about Avian Support Formula). This powder is optional, but beneficial.

Fruit Juice Utopia

1/2 ripe banana (peel removed)

1/2 orange (using a vegetable peeler, remove the orange outer layer, but leave the whitish pulpy layer to be used in the juicer

1/2 pear (cleaned but not peeled)

10 grapes (dark skinned grapes are best, seed grapes are good, and use the seed in the drink)

3 sprigs of parsley

1/2 fresh apricot (plums are acceptable as well)

Broccoli Antioxidant

4 florets of broccoli

1 slice of lemon peel

1/2 apple (cleaned but not peeled)

1 capsule Basic Antioxidants

The Immune Booster

A sprig of dandelion (We also carry dandelion tinctures which can be used in place of a sprig. Call our staff for information. Click here to order)

A sprig of fresh thyme

1/2 apple (cleaned but not peeled)

1/3 carrot (cleaned but not peeled)

1/2 orange (remove the orange outer layer)

1 clove garlic, crushed

Body Detox

1/3 beet (cleaned but not peeled)

1/2 apple (cleaned but not peeled)

1 sprig of parsley

1/2 teaspoon UltraClear Plus; optional ingredient, but very helpful in this case

Crunchy Crunch

Birdie Cereal
1/2 c. cooked white or brown rice
1/4 c. dry monkey chow, ground in a blender
1/4 c. Sun Maid Fruit Bits, soaked overnight
2 tbl.s Bag O' Bugs
Mix ingredients together and serve immediately. Change at least twice a day to make sure your birds doesn't digest any soured foods. You can replace the Bag O' Bugs with live insects.

Eight Grain Cereal
1 part oats
1 part brown rice
1 part corn
1 part soybeans
1 part hulled millet
1 part barley
1 part sunflower
1 part flaxseed
Avian vitamins
Mix all grains together. Heat three cups boiling water and add one cup mixture. Cook until the consistency of oatmeal. This can be added to some of your corn bread recipes! Sprinkle avian vitamins over cereal.

Spicy Finger Biscuits
2 cups corn meal
2 cups whole wheat flour
1 Tblspn. bone meal powder
1 tspn. cayenne pepper
1 tspn. garlic powder
1/2 tspn. ginger root powder*
1 cup hulled millet
1 cup pellets (e.g., PB)
1/4 cup wheat germ
1/4 cup Nutrnl. Brewers Yeast
1 tspn. Nekton MSA
1 capsule echinacea powder*
1 capsule astralagus powder*
1 tspn. Boswell's Trace Mineral Powder*
1-1/2 cups orange juice
1 cup milk (or fruit juice)
1 can (11.5 oz) V8 spicy hot
1/4 cup corn oil

Heat oven to 300 degrees. Spray cookie sheets with oil. Mix all ingredients. Should be able to pinch dough into 3/4" balls and roll into cylinders. Add more liquid or flour for right consistency. Place not touching on cookie sheets and bake 1 hour. Makes about 4 large cookie sheets of finger food. Can be put into baggies and frozen until needed.

Birdie Oatmeal Mix
1 part instant oatmeal
1 hardboiled egg (no shell)
1 part monkey chow
1/2 banana
1 jar Gerber mixed vegetables
Avian vitamins
Put ingredients in blender. Add enough water for desired consistency. Store in refrigerator.

Quick Retreat
1 jar Gerber Vegetables
1/4 c. Gerber High Protein Cereal
1/4 c. monkey chow
1 tbl. peanut butter
Mix in blender with enough water for the desired consistency. Store in refrigerator for further use.

Bird Pizza
1 Pizza Crust, small
1/2 c. shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 c. shredded carrots
1 jar Gerber baby vegetables
Avian vitamins
Place baby vegetables on the surface of the pizza crust. Add cheese then top off with carrots and vitamins. Warm until cheese is melted. Cut into handleable pieces

Yummy Birdie Popcorn
1 tbl. margarine, melted
1/2 tsp cinnamon
7 c. air popped popcorn
1 - 6 oz. Sun Maid Fruit Bits
Avian vitamins
Combine butter, cinnamon, and vitamins. Drizzle over popcorn, tossing gently

Birdie Popcorn Treat
1 Tbl. melted margarine
1 tsp. wheatgrass powder
6 cups popped popcorn,
1 cup assorted dried fruit.
Combine margarine and wheatgrass powder. Drizzle over popcorn, tossing to coat. Add dried fruit and continue tossing. Store leftovers (if any) in airtight container.

Boiled Popcorn
old-fashioned (not microwave style) popcorn
Place popcorn in a microwave safe bowl or in pan on top of stove. Cover completely with water and bring to a boil. Boil for a total of three hours, checking water often and adding when necessary - DO NOT LET BOIL DRY! Cool, and feed.
Measurements are not particularly important in this recipe - just remember that the popcorn will absorb a LOT of water during the cooking process, so check it often to make sure that it hasn't boiled dry


Basic Rice Recipe
2 c. cooked rice
4 c. cooked mixed veggies
1 c. high protein baby cereal
1 T. Vitapreen or other good bird vitamin
Mix well. Freeze in small freezer bags. Break off pieces as needed, heat, and serve. Other items you can add are cooked macaroni, beans, raisins, or chopped figs.

Mixed Veggies and Rice
1 cup of rice
1 pound bags of (corn, peas, and broccoli)
1/2 cup green raisins
1/4 cup currants
1/4 cup uncooked couscous
1/4 cup uncooked bulgur wheat.
Boil brown rice quite fast, unlike cooking rice for humans. This way the rice is crunchy in the middle. You can supplement or exchange any of the veggies with fresh veggies like chopped broccoli, grated carrots, green beans, eggplant, squashes, partially cooked sweet potatoes, fresh corn on the cob, apple, etc. Use your imagination.
I use this amount every four days because I have alot of birds. If you only have one or two, mix up the same way only don't thaw the frozen veggies. Put amounts equal to two days of servings in plastic bags and freeze.

Power Lunch
1 cup long-grain brown rice
1/2 cup quinoa
1/2 cup hulled millet
1/2 cup almonds
1 tablespoon dried oregano
1 tablespoon dried basil
3 cups water
1 teaspoon chicken bouillon
Place all ingredients in an 8x8x2-inch ovenproof glass dish or 1 1/2 quart glass bowl and stir to mix. Cover with waxed paperand cook in microwave on high for 25 minutes. Add to this freshcut-up vegetables such as celery, bell pepper, peas, beans, squash, or mixed vegetables, or brussels sprouts. Serve warm.

Soft Food Recipe
1 cup long grain brown rice (organic if possible)
1/4 cup mixed beans (lentils, limas, garbanzo, etc.)
2 1/2 cups water
Add beans to water, bring to a boil, then turn down and simmer for 20-25 minutes, or until the water has been absorbed from the mixture. Remove from heat and add frozen corn and peas to your preference, usually about 1 cup of corn and 1/2 cup of peas will do, but your bird may enjoy more or less of these veggies. Let stand a while as the frozen vegetables cook a bit, probably about 10 or 15 minutes.
*Chop carrots, apples, oranges, sweet potatoes, peppers (red), broccoli, squash, and other vegetable that is handy and fresh (corn on the cob, peas from the garden, etc.), into bird bite sized pieces. Add them to the mixture of beans and rice.*Sprinkle lightly with a good quality bird vitamin powder, acidophilus culture, and Spirulina and stir into mixture.Chop firm, lowfat tofu into bite-sized chunks and mix it in. Serve with chopped grapes on top.Do not leave this out for very long, as it will start to spoil. Should be removed before nightfall, or if it starts to smell spoiled.

Millet and Rice
1 part cup cooked hulled millet
1 part cup white rice, cooked
1 part cup brown rice, cooked
Soak millet in water for 20 minutes prior to cooking. Mix together with rice and serve warmed.

Birdie Treats
Boil some wild rice (they loves the dark grains most).
Boil some beans (white, kidney...).
Bake a yam.
Cook some polenta.
Steam some broccoli.
Mush it all together into meal-size balls and freeze. It only takes about 45 mins to defrost


Spluke , the Newfie mash

Spluke is a fruit and veggie meal that is simple and easy to create for your fids. The meal consist of apple , broccoli and carrots. This meal may not look appetizing to the human eye but to budgies it looks like a master piece.

How to make Spluke .....

Ingredients needed ...

(1) full apple ( you budgies favorite )
(3) baby carrots
(4) 1 inch pieces of broccoli

Step one :

Wash off all ingredients and cut the apple off of the core

Step two:

Using a cheese grater , grate the carrots , then the apple and finally the broccoli.

Step three :

In the order of grating, place the grated veggie/fruits into a dish.

Step four :



Created by myself, its  a flock favorite