Here is a cat treat recipe I got from http://www.examiner.com/article/serve-homemade-cat-food-for-kitty-s-christmas-dinner-spokane. You might want to make it for Christmas
Colorful Kitty Ribbons are a festive treat for Spokane cats to enjoy
on Christmas day as the family gathers together to enjoy their own
Christmas dinner. The ingredients are inexpensive and they to make and
painless to make.
To make these delightful delicacies you will need 1 cup of whole
wheat flour, 2 tablespoons of wheat germ, ¼ cup of corn flakes, 1
tablespoon of black strap molasses,
1 cup whole wheat flour, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, 1 teaspoon of catnip, 1/3 cup of soy milk.
Preheat your oven to 350° F. Gradually combine all of the
ingredients to a large mixing bowl—an ingredient at a time. Beat the
ingredients together using an electric mixer at a high speed. Mix
meticulously until all the ingredients are totally consistent and
The mixture will start to shape into dough. Knead it with your
hands, making sure every last ingredient that is completely blended
together--The dough should be supple. If it is too sticky, simply flour
your hands, or add a smidgen of extra flour to the dough.
Shift the dough over to a floured work space. Flour a rolling pin
and roll out the dough to a very thin sheet, around 1/4" thick—thinner
is better as long as you can do this without tearing the dough.
Get a cookie sheet ready by misting slightly with non-stick cooking
spray. Once this is done, use a sharp, non-serrated knife to charily
cut the dough into thin strips, approximately 1/2" inch wide. Slice
them into pieces around 7 or 8 inches long, shorter if you so desire.
Circumspectly lay the ribbons onto the prepared cooking sheet,
positioning them so that they lay flat,. Repeat until all of the dough
Position the “ribbons” into the preheated oven. Bake them for 25-30
minutes or until the ribbons are lightly toasted. Watch them
vigilantly, because this thin, narrow shape has a penchant to rapidly
cook and then speedily burn. When the ribbons are finished, remove them
from the heat and let them to cool completely, before serving to your
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