How do i make parrot-chop a guideline

How do i make parrot-chop a guideline

Parrot food list 


10 Healthy food That Parrot Love

What Foods for What Parrots?

How do I make parrot-chop a guideline? Always more vegetables than fruit (fruit is high in sugar)companion parrots are less active therefore they need less sugar

As far possible try and take veg from your 3 different food group Colours

-Yellow/orange (high in Vit A etc .)

-Red (Anti-oxidants etc.)

-Green (Calcium etc . )

What do the Parrots eat list?

What does a Parrot like to eat?


Parrot chop recipe


Recipes for parrots
Tropical muffin
– 1/2 cup tropical
– 3/4 cup hot water or hot juice
– Soak the tropical until they are soft in the chosen liquid
To the robot:
– 2 eggs with shell and add the tropical mixture
– 1/2 cup buckwheat flour
– 1/2 cup of organic wheat flour
– 1 cup of soybean oil
– 1 C. baking powder
– 1/4 cup raisins
– 5 dried apricots cut into pieces
– 1 pot of sweet potato or banana
Place in muffin tins and bake. In the oven at 350 degrees and check the doneness using
a toothpick. Then freeze the muffins and thaw if necessary.


Cocotte Bread

Combine the following ingredients in a food processor:
– 10 fresh spinach leaves (or more)
– 6 eggs with the shell
– 3 to 5 carrots
– 2 to 3 bananas
Then add:
– 1/2 pound unsalted peanut butter
– 1 tsp. tablespoon of molasses
– 1 tablespoon of honey
Mix in a separate bowl:
– 1 cup and 1/3 whole milk powder, 1 cup, and 1/2 wheat germ
– 2 cups of whole wheat flour
– 3 cups of corn flour
– 2 cups of 7grain cereal
– 4 tbsp. alum-free baking powder
– 2 tbsp. baking soda



– 2 cups of unsweetened apple sauce
– 10 tbsp. spirulina
– 1 and 1/2 cups of millet seeds (the boxes available for cockatiels are
the case) 8 capsules of 500 mg of St-John Wort.
We mix everything as we want, with a blender or otherwise and we cook until a
a toothpick stuck in the center comes out dry.
Thanks to Marlène and Cocotte for making us discover this bread.


Lentil Bread

– 1 lens box
– 2 cups grated cheese (light cottage)
– half green pepper
– half cup celery
– 1 cup of oatmeal
– 2 eggs beaten with a quarter of milk (or egg white only or egg with
– 350 degree greased mold for 45 or 50 minutes
Cut into cubes and freeze
When serving, sprinkle with
vitamins in
powder of your choice.
P.S It will also be good for you … if you didn’t put the eggshell in it, of course
Have a good appépitpit. G.T


Cornbread for Gourmet Psittacidae

– 1 Cup of Whole Wheat Flour
– 3/4 T. of Corn Flour
– 1/4 T grated carrot
– 1/2 T. of Corn in Grains
– 1 Egg (with or without shell) –
– 2 teaspoon of Safflower, Sunflower, Peanuts, or Vegetable Oil
– 3/4 T. of Human Baby Pot varied with each recipe (tropical fruits especially for example
papaya, mango, peach, nectarine, bananas, pears …)
– ½ t of wheat germ
– ¾ t of 5 or 9-grain cereal mixture according to our choice
– 1 handful of oatmeal
– handful of granules
– * spirulina if desired
Mix the dry ingredients well in a bowl. Add the corn kernels. In a separate bowl; Honey,
egg, oil & baby pot. Stir and add to the dry mixture. Everything should have a texture
smooth & thick but not too firm. Add fruit juice if necessary to moisten.
Lightly oil a loaf pan and place the mixture in it, which should cover about half of the
mold. Bake 40 minutes in the oven at 180 ° C (350 ° F). The bread will be ready when the top is golden and
when a knife inserted in its center comes out dry.
It keeps very well at
freezer and I install them for parakeets, cockatiels, and birds
exotic in the cookie receptacles … When to our parrot friends more
large sizes, they make short work … success guaranteed!


Marie-Maude’s recipes

1) Lettuce leaf rolled around treats. In mine, there are seeds of
pumpkin, peanuts, dried papaya. (hemp rope around)
2) Fresh fruit skewers. In mine, there are clementine, cantaloupe, mango,
3) Stuffed cantaloupe. In mine, there are strawberries (oops they’re still frozen!), Clementine,
pumpkin seeds.
4) It really is the most nono of foraging toy, but it can also be a way to
desensitize a nervous parrot to a new toy, a new cage, a new
Park. It is simply a matter of attaching peanuts and pasta on a
rope to make it like a little garland. (no picture yet)


Coconut health bars

– 2 t. cornflour
– 2 t. whole wheat flour or other
– 8 tbsp. baking powder
– 4 eggs with the shell
– 1 ½ t. t. applesauce without sugar
– 2 t. apple juice (natural and sugar-free)
– 4. c. peanut butter
– 2 t. mixed grains
– 2 t. mixed vegetables (prefer dark green vegetables)
– 1 t. mixed fruit
Mix everything together and spread on a cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for about 40-45 minutes.
Cut into bars and serve.
Bird bread
– 2 boxes of corn bun mix (Jiffy)
– 4 eggs
– ¼ t. of milk
– 3 tbs of corn oil
– 1 t. raisins
– 1 t. apple cut into small pieces
– 1 t. grated carrot
– 1. t. grated zucchini
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Mix the first 4 ingredients together in a large
bowl. Add after the fruits and vegetables and mix well. Bake for 35 minutes.
Variations: you can substitute any fruit or vegetable such as blueberries, cranberries,
bananas, broccoli, green beans, raspberries, spinach, pineapple, etc. You can also use
other bread rolls such as oatmeal, bran, etc.
Can be frozen and serve lukewarm

Apple and cheese buns

– 2 t. whole wheat flour
– ½ tsp of baking powder
– ½ tsp baking soda
– 1 tsp salt
– ½ t. shredded cheddar cheese
– ½ t. softened butter
– ½ t. sugar
– 2 eggs with the shells
– ½ t. cut apple
– ½ cup of grated carrots
Mix the first five ingredients together. Wash the eggs, then put them in the food processor
culinary. Add the butter, sugar, apple, and carrot to the eggs and pass again to the
robot slightly. Stir the dry ingredients until combined. Bake
at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until flexible to the touch.
Banana buns
– 2 t. whole wheat flour
– 2/3 t. sugar
– 1 tsp of baking powder
– 1 tsp of baking soda
– ¼ tsp salt
– ¼ t. cheddar cheese
– ¾ t. cut bananas
– ½ t. finely chopped walnuts
– 2 eggs with the shell
– ½ t. vegetable oil
Combine the dry ingredients in a bowl. Wash the eggs completely and put them in the food processor with
shell, add oil and mix well. Add this mixture to the dry ingredients. Cook
like muffins or cookies for 20-25 minutes at 375 degrees.


Baby bread

– 2 6 oz jars of baby food sweet potatoes
– 2 jars of tropical fruit baby food
– ½ t. of granules or ½ t. of breeding mash
– 3 eggs with the shell (crushed)
Use a little robot to crush the shells. Mix the remaining ingredients. Make
small balls with this mixture and place on a greased baking sheet. Bake in the oven
toaster at 400 degrees for 15 minutes. Makes about 12 servings. Serve hot!
Fruit and cereal muffin
– 4 ounces of cooked potatoes
– 4 ounces of mixed fruit
– ½ ripe banana
– 1 t. granules
– 1 C. tablespoon of breeding mash
– ¼ t. wheat germ or oatmeal
– 1 hard-boiled egg with the shell
Mix well with a mixer. Fill the molds and cook for 10-15 minutes at 325 degrees until
that the middle is tender.
Fruit and vegetable cake
– 2 large eggs
– ¼ t. walnuts
– ¼ t. raisins
– 1 package of corn muffin mix
– ¼ t. cranberry juice
– ¼ t. applesauce
– ¼ t. mixed vegetables
– ¼ t. chopped broccoli
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Combine the eggs, compote, juice, and vegetables.
Gradually stir in the muffin mix. Add the raisins and nuts. Pour it all into
a well-greased mold (8 X 8). Cook for 20 minutes, until the middle, is tender. Let
cool and cut for the freezer.


Crunchy bread

– 2 eggs
– 4 ounces of mashed sweet potatoes
– Whole wheat bread
Beat the eggs and mash. Dip the slices of bread in the mixture. Brown in the oven
or in a frying pan. Sprinkle with crushed or sliced ​​fine fines. Serve lukewarm (watch out for
burns) into pieces.
Strawberry leather
– 2 t. strawberries
Place the strawberries in a food processor. Spread this thick puree in a layer of ¼ of
inch thick on a lightly oiled baking sheet. Dry in the oven at 110 degrees until the
the center is firm but not brittle. Place on a wire rack and dry for several more hours. A
When dry, sprinkle with corn starch to keep it from sticking. Cut into small portions.
Coco Birthday Cake
– 1 carrot cake mix
– 1 large box of fruit salad without sugar (reserved the juice)
– 1 cup of sweet earth in a food processor
– 1/3 cup grated cuttlebone
– 1/2 cup grated coconut
– 1/2 raisins
– 4 eggs
– Vitamins (if desired)
Use the juice from the fruit salad for the required liquid in the cake mix. Then
add the eggs (the mixing box usually asks for 3 in order to add protein
additional we will put 4). In another bowl combine all the dry ingredients.
Add the sweet potatoes and stir in the coconut, raisins, and salad
fruits. Bake in a cake tin until a knife comes out dry, cream with
peanut butter, and sprinkle with coconut. Let cool, cut into pieces, and
keep in the freezer


Parrot pizza

– 1 small pizza crust (ready) or 1 large wheat flour tortilla
– 3 tbsp. pizza sauce
– 1 tsp. wheat germ
– ¼ cup grated carrots ¼ cup chopped broccoli
– ½ cup of grated mozzarella cheese
Place the pizza crust on a pizza pan. Spread pizza sauce and sprinkle with sprout
of wheat. Add the carrots, broccoli, and cheese. Cook until the cheese is
golden and let cool. Another treat for your feather dusters and for you too.
Peanut butter cookies
– 2 eggs
– 1/3 cup peanut butter
– 1/3 cup of wheat flour
– 1/3 cup oat cereal
– ¼ cup molded, crushed
Bake at 350 degrees on an ungreased cookie sheet for 10 to 25 min. * Keep
Surprise cupcakes
– 1 cup of cornmeal
– 1 cup of whole wheat flour
– ¼ cup of fresh vegetables
– 4 tbsp. baking powder
– 1 beaten egg
– ¼ cup baby jar (your choice)
– ¼ cup of rice milk
– ¼ cup of water
– ¼ cup of fruit juice without sugar (essentially 1 cup of liquid)
Preheat the oven to 450 degrees. Mix the dry foods first. Add the rest of the
food and mix well. Pour the dough into a mold (don’t forget the small molds of
paper) and bake 20-25 min. or until golden brown. Can be
Coconut breakfast
– ¼ c. instant oatmeal
– Just enough water to cover and cook in the microwave for 1 min.
– 1 tsp. peanut butter
– Chopped apples, raisins, orange pulp
Mix well, let cool. You can add vitamins and calcium.


Omelette de Pookie

– 1 œuf
– 3 cuil. à soupe de carottes finement râpées
– 1 cuil. à soupe de fromage blanc ou de ricotta
– ¼ tasse de haricots noir et blanc
– 1 peu de lait de soya
– 3 cuil. à soupe poivron vert, le brocoli et de maïs sucré
Utilisez les légumes que vous avez sous la main. Mélangez tous les ingrédients ci-dessus et faire
cuire au four micro-ondes dans un bol pour quelques minutes. Ne pas utiliser la cuisinière.
Œufs brouillés aux légumes
– 2 œufs avec coquille
– 2 cuil. à soupe de fromage
– ¼ tasse de ricotta de carottes râpées
– ¼ tasse de brocoli haché
Mélangez les œufs avec la coquille broyée dans un bol. Versez dans une poêle et ajouter les
légumes. Cuire jusqu’à ce que les œufs soient fermes.
Œufs douceur du dimanche
Vaporiser une poêle d’enduit antiadhésif. Mélangez le nombre d’œufs nécessaires a votre
troupeau, une petite pincée de cannelle et un soupçon de vanille. Mélangez ans la poêle jusqu’à ce
que ce soit cuit .Ajoutez un petit filet de sirop d’érable. Laissez refroidir et servir.
Soupe de Birdie
¼ tasse légumes frais hachés finement au choix
1-3 œufs cuit durs finement haché
1 pot pour bébés aux légumes au choix
¼ de tasse de bloc minéral râpé
Graines que votre perroquet mange
Prendre un plat allant au four micro-ondes. Ajouter les légumes, l’œuf, le poudre de bloc minéral
et le pot de bébé. Faire cuire durant 1 minute. Ajouter les graines et laissez refroidir.
Pâtes froides
1 tasse de pâtes cuites et bien égouttées
1 ½ tasse de maïs surgelé
1 cuil. à soupe d’huile
¼ cuil. à thé de piment rouge broyé
Mélangez bien et mettre au réfrigérateur. Vous pouvez geler en petites portions.


Barre aux pommes et cheddar (donne 1 tôle à biscuit)

– 2 tasses Farine de Maïs ou blanche
– 2 tasses Farine de blé entier
– 1 tasse de gruau
– 4 œufs cuits dur avec coquille broyé
– 4 tasses de compote de pomme
– 2 pommes verte (ou au choix) rapé
– 1 tasse de cheddar
– 6 c. soupe de poudre à pâte.
Mélanger tout les ingrédients avec une grosse cuillère. Étendre sur une tôle à biscuit. (mettez un
papier aluminium sur votre tôle au part avant, ça évitera de frotter …) Cuire à 350F de 25-35
minutes. Couper en barre, laisser refroidir et mettre au congélateur dans des ziplocs!
Barres aux légumes (donne 2 tôles à biscuit)
– 3 tasses d’épinard passé au robot
– 2 tasses de carotte râpé
– 2 tasses de brocoli passé au robot
– 2 tasses de mélange de fèves cuitent (pois chiche, fève rouge, orge…)
– 1 tasse de riz brun cuit
– 1 tasse de graines de tournesol écaillées sans sel
– 1 gros piment passé au robot
– 4 œufs cuits dur avec coquille, broyé
– 3 tasses de farine de blé entier3 tasses de gruau
– 4 tasses de macaroni cuit
– 4 tasses de jus de pommes (ou 2 t de jus pommes/2 t compote)
– 5 c. à soupe de poudre à pâte
Mélanger tout les ingrédients dans un gros bol avec une cuillère. Étendre sur une tôle à
biscuit.(mettez un papier aluminium sur votre tôle au part avant, ça évitera de frotter …) cuire a
350F de 35-45 minutes. Couper en barre, laisser refroidir et mettre au congélateur dans des

Recette de Pier-Luc

– 1 tasse de riz brun
– 2 tasses de Quinoa
– 2 tasses de millet décortiqué
– 1cuil. à souple d’origan
– 1cuil. à soupe de basilic
– 3 tasses d’eau
– 1cuil. à soupe de bouillon de poulet
Mélangez les ingrédients secs et les recouvrir avec l’eau et le bouillon. Amenez à ébullition,
réduire et faire cuire pendant 10 minutes. Refroidir avant de faire de petites portions pour le
Pier-Luc Bérard
Gâteau aviaire
Mélangez en quantité égale :
– 2 tasses de céréales écrasées (cheerios ou Shredded Wheat…)
– 2 tasses de granules ou de céréales d’avoine écrasées
– 2 tasses de graines pour perroquet assorties
Ajouter environ 1 1/4 tasse de miel, ajuster jusqu’à ce que le mélange soit collant mais pas trop
liquide. Vous pourriez remplacer le miel par du sirop de maïs. Sur une tôle à biscuit recouverte
d’un papier ciré déposer la préparation. Cuire à feu très doux 200-225 degré pour 45 minutes
environ. À demi-cuisson, couper en carrés et terminer la cuisson. Quand les biscuits sont encore
chauds, vous pourriez percer un trou pour le suspendre à un jouet ou insérer un bâtonnet et
offrir en récompense.

Cross-species cookies

– 350 gr of flour
– 1/4 liter of water
– a tablespoon of honey, or peanut butter, or applesauce, or any other
a mash of any kind …
– a teaspoon of oil (peanut, sunflower, but rapeseed is better because less fat)
You mix it all up, this is your “base”. You add whatever you want. I put: molded for
parrot, seed mixture for parrot, seed mixture + mold for parakeet, mash
with eggs, dried fruits (mango, papaya, pineapple, grapes …), apple pieces, orange juice.
Step by step homemade nutriberries;
An Apple
A seed + feed mixture, powdered feed, and dried fruits:
Peel and cut the apple into coarse cubes after removing the core. Put them in a
saucepan with half a cup of water.
Bring everything over high heat, stirring regularly, and adding water if it has
evaporated. When the pieces are no longer discernible and you have a kind of big
compote, turn off the heat and pass the compote through the drainer.
Once well-drained, pass the compote in a blender to obtain a smooth mixture without
lumps. Then add the seeds, dried fruits, and powdered feed. For an apple, I have
put two teaspoons of ground powder for 10 of seed + ground mixture and two of
fruits (the feed is nutribird’s B14 for wavy).


Mix everything until everything is well clumped so that small clumps are formed.
all alone (on my photo I packed everything so you can’t see it).
Then form small balls (or any shape that suits you but avoid too many
thick, i.e. no more than 1cm).
Spend the 20 minutes in the oven thermostat 4 (150 °) with the door open to let out
moisture, and you get good little homemade nutriberries.
at this stage, they are still very soft at heart. You can give them like this if your bird
likes soft treats, but you can also let them air dry overnight
so that they finish drying through the core, they will then be harder.
In a bowl put flour and add water until you have a very sticky dough. The
inside throws a little of everything. Wheat seeds, millet, barley, pieces of apple, carrot, and all
of which are good for your birds. Add honey (a little). Then pour into small molds
like plastic molds for cakes (the plastic trays with a dozen molds).
Plant a small cut stick in the garden and bake for 20 minutes. Here are beautiful lollipops
to snack.

Manny’s Nutriberries
– 3/4 cup pumpkin
– 2 tbsp. 1 teaspoon ground cuttlebone
– 1/3 cup lovebird seed
– 1/3 cup of ground roudy mash
– 1/3 cup of fruit blend
– 1/3 cup of lafeber parakeet feed
– 1/3 cup ground lafeber mash
We mix all that and we shape it into a ball. Leather not too hard … Not too long.
Josée Fontaine / Committed Parrot
Alex’s recipes12
– You take seeds that your bird eats, use, if possible, a mixture with
only seeds, no dried fruit.
– Grind the seeds, and mix them with one or two eggs, depending on the quantity.
– Add crushed feed, if desired.
– Put in the microwave for one to two minutes.
– Leave to stand for a minute and the pancakes will come off by itself!
– Lots of ground feed, mix with two eggs and a little bit of seed, no
– Cook in the microwave for two minutes.
– Rolls about 6 or 7 cm in diameter, it swells during baking.
– After, let stand for a few minutes to take off.
– The last one, and well these are the homemade Ashcan-style nutriberries!
– Spend one minute in the microwave, after the 20 minutes of cooking, to harden the heart a
– 1/2 cup soft wheat
– 1/2 cup of barley
– 2 cups of water
– simmer gently for 15 minutes
– add 1/4 cup very finely chopped dried hot peppers
– continue cooking for 10 minutes then remove from heat
– add 2/3 cup of very fine chopped bokchoy leaves
– cover the time to prepare the rest of the recipe.
– 1 cup of ground feed
– 2 tbsp. flax seeds table
– 2 tbsp. canola seed table
– 2 tbsp. shelled millet table
– 3/4 t. cornflour
– 1 baby pot of your choice or applesauce
– 1 beaten egg
Bake at 250F for 2 hours, taking care to remove them from the cookie sheet with a
spatula especially at the beginning of cooking, and stir them often thereafter.
Lower the degree to 200F for one hour and turn them off then leave them in the oven for several hours to
dry them thoroughly.
I keep in the freezer to prevent mold.


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Fresh is Best: No canned veg/fruit these contain high levels of salt, sulfates, and preservatives.

Frozen veg is ok when having nothing else in the cupboards, but it does lose nutrient value (Vitamin B) so try and substitute with good healthy fresh food

Dark Green Veg & Leaves (Pick at least 3) Give theseRAW/STEAMED

  • Arugula (Rocket)
  • Baby Marrow
  • Beans (Green)
  • Bok Choy /Pak Choy
  • Beetroot Tops
  • Bell Pepper
  • Broccoli (Leaves and veg)
  • Brussel Sprouts
  • Cabbage (Green /Purple/red)
  • Cauliflower (Leaves and veg)
  • Chard (Silverbeet)
  • Collared Green (Carrot leaves /Radish leaves /beetroot leaves)
  • Dandelion Greens
  • Endive
  • Jalapeno Chili
  • Kale
  • Spinach (in moderation)
  • Mulberry Leaves
  • Mustard Greens
  • Okra
  • Peas (Sweet /Snap)
  • Romaine Lettuce
  • Zucchini

Red, Orange Yellow (Pick at least 3) Give these RAW/STEAMED /COOKED

  • Beetroot
  • Bell Pepper
  • Butternut (Seeds incl)
  • Carrots
  • Gem squash Pumpkin (Seeds incl)
  • Maize (high sugar content don’t feed too often)
  • Patty Pans
  • Pumpkin (Seeds incl)
  • Radish
  • Red Cabbage
  • Squash
  • Tomato very high in acid not recommended
  • Sweet Peppers
  • Sweet Potatoes (Always cooked no sugar butter salt added)

Veggie chop

How do i make parrot-chop a guideline

How do I make parrot-chop a guideline


(Pick one or two) Unless otherwise noted seeds are also good to feed

  • Apple (Excl seed)
  • Banana (In moderation)
  • Berries (Blue/Black/Goji/Cran/Mull/Ras)
  • Cherries (Excl Pip)
  • Citrus Fruit (In moderation)
  • Dragon Fruit
  • Figs (Seeds incl)
  • Granadilla (Seeds incl)
  • Grapes(Seed incl not too often as high in sugar)
  • Guava (Seeds incl)
  • Kiwi
  • Litchi (Excl Pip)
  • Mango (Excl Pip)
  • Mulberry
  • Papaya (Paw-Paw)Pips incl.
  • Peach (Excl Pip)
  • Pear (Excl seed)
  • Persimmon (in Moderation high in sugar)
  • Pineapple (Not too often high in acid)
  • Plums (Excl Pip)
  • Pomegranate
  • Prickly Pear (in moderation Peeled)
  • Sweet Melon
  • Spanspek
  • Strawberries
  • Watermelon
How do i make parrot-chop a guideline

Parrot chop recipe

Herbs & Spices

(Pick one or two)

  • Anise
  • Basil
  • Ceylon Cinnamon
  • Cilantro
  • Coriander
  • Dill
  • Ginder
  • Mint
  • Oregano
  • Rosemary
  • Thyme


(Pick at least two)

  • Barley
  • Buckwheat
  • Chia Seed
  • Linseed
  • Millet
  • Parro Tainment Seed mixes
  • Poppy Seed
  • Pumpkin Seeds
  • Quinoa
  • Rye
  • Sesame Seed
  • Hulled Sunflower Seed

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