5 cm ripe banana
5 cm carrot, shredded
1 pandan leaf, cut into strips
3 tbsp instant oatmeal
1. Mush the banana into purée. Add in the shredded carrot and pandan leaves
2. Add in the instant oatmeal and mix into a dough.
4. Shape the dough into a bowl shape. The shape allows the rabbit to bite on its own without having us to hold on to the snack.
5. Lay the small doughs onto a baking sheet lined with non-stick baking paper.
6. Bake the doughs in an oven set at 150 degree Celsius for 30 minutes. Then allow the snack to cool down in the oven for at least 1 hour to allow most of the moisture to escape.
7. Store the cool down biscuits in an air-tight container. Give your rabbits one or two biscuits per day.
My rabbits love the biscuits! :)
What can I use instead of pandan leaf? Kale?ReplyDelete
Hi Kirstin, you can omit Pandan leaf or use Timothy hay to replace :)Delete
What is the conversion to the customary unit system of these measurements?ReplyDelete
Can you use anything other than banana?ReplyDelete
Would these be safe for for guinea pigs?ReplyDelete
Hi Danielle, so sorry I'm not sure whether the snack is suitable to guinea pigs ;)Delete
Pretty sure if a rabbit can eat it a Guinea can too but might want to check ingredient by ingredient to find out. Hope that helps.Delete
what can you use instead of oatsReplyDelete
How long till they rot? Will they rot?ReplyDelete
Hi, my rabbits finished the treats before it can turn bad. So, I'm not sure how long it can be stored. I kept the treats in air-tight container, and finished them within one week :)Delete