Welcome, welcome. Please sit down, mind you. Thank you for stumbling upon this page, and you are certainly lucky to.

Whether meal or treat food, it's fun to watch a rabbit eat in awe and paradise, especially food you make- dedicated especially to your, well, special rabbit that deserves your well-made food.

Some of these recipes are made by me, otherwise I made another variation of another recipe. If the only thing that happens when you give it the food is that it takes a small whiff and ignores it later, it is not my problem or yours. Every rabbit has a different preference, just like humans. Although the stereotypical thought of all rabbits loving carrots, (Bugs Bunny come to mind?) it doesn't apply to every. Please do not take the recipe made by me or ask. It is mine unless credited and stated otherwise.

Remember, please use common sense when it comes to recipes that are treats. Overfeeding treats will cause obesity and other problems.

Friday, September 7, 2007


This is not HoneyBerry, cause', I said so. Well, the only thing different is that you want to look for a yogurt like texture, so be on guard when you blend.

1 Strawberry
1 Blueberry
1 Blueberry
1 Raspberry
1 Blackberry

Place berries into a grinder or blender and have it chopped up in fine, gritty pieces. As optional, use these as variations:
- 1 tsp Honey; Put over mixture, serve.
- Bundle of Hay; Pour mixture over the hay.
- Create into cookies;
Mix 1/4 c. Rabbit pellets & 3 tsp. Old Fashion Oats and add mixture. Using a tsp. measuring spoon, spoon out onto a cookie sheet covered in parchment paper. It prevents sticking and doesn't add any grease at the same time. Flatten your cookies until about 1/4" thick and bake for about 30 minutes or until brown on the bottom. For a crunchier treat, turn off oven when and leave it in until it cools or take it out and let cool. Serve to your rabbits and store leftovers but not for more than 5 days in a refrigerator.