Nom Noms

Like the Golden yummy biscuits I did before, I wanted to bake some biscuits today for the birds and I call them; Nom Noms.
These cookies were  well received by my birds and therefore I place here a recipe for people who like to make it: Homemade Nom Noms:-)

foto nom noms

Maybe I should patent it – this  looks just like realdon’t you think? LOL 🙂

One takes:
1/4 cup buckwheat flour
1/3 cup quinoa flakes
1/4 cup cashews
1/4 cup raisins
1 tbsp flaxseed blond
1 tbsp sesame seeds
1 tbsp black seed
1 tbsp sunflower seeds
1 tbsp coconut oil
1 tbsp fruit powder (or take dried fruit)
1 egg

Put all the dry ingredients and raisins in a blender and grind.
Place in a bowl, add the coconut oil and egg and knead together until you have a nice dough.
Sprinkle some flour on a piece baking paper and roll out the dough to about one centimeter thick.
Mark already the  pieces size of the cookies and put it in a preheated oven: 175 ° C
for 20 minutes. Flip it and put it 5 minutes back in the oven.
Please note that every oven is different!

 Hope your birds enjoy!    

These cookies are made in 10 minutes, plus the oven time.
Have some baking fun!

The best parrots crunchiest cookies

Meanwhile I have been busy and working with various experiments to fabricate the best crunchiest parrots cookie. Soon I will place a recipe of these ultimately very successful snacks.

Actually these are like the homemade pellets. This time baked in the oven at 100 degrees celcius.
They are crispy and the birds love them!
Now even easier to make!
You can hide them into a toy, so they must do some nibble work to get the food.

Soon I will place a recipe, because I must measure everything.
Now some pictures of my tryouts  😀







Cereal Biscuits

These are eager parrot cookies, YES they love it 🙂
One takes:
Grain: in this case, spelled, barley, brown rice, wheat, kamutIMG_8475

You can mix that with (for example) seeds, nuts, buckwheat, bee pollen  

 Give it a shuffleIMG_8479

AAdd mashed banana, an egg and some spelled flour – form balls or pilesIMG_8483

In the oven at 170 ˚C/ 338 ˚F for about half an hour – at least until they are golden brown.IMG_8484


Today I baked cookies for the birds. I forgot to weigh the ingredients and make a photo of it. ….
But here is the recipe 🙂

nuts (raw and no salt)

sweet potato



sunflower seeds
sesame seed black and white

quinoa flakes
buckwheat flour

Create the nuts finely.
Peel and boil the sweet potato (15 min.).
Let the cooked potato to cool down and mashing.
Add all ingredients together except the buckwheat flour.
Add as many buckwheat flour in to the batter and make a thick paste.

Divide the batter on a griddle.

Bake in the oven at 175 ° C for about 30 minutes.

Divide in to cubes.

Cookies / crackers / chips

This week I enjoy to experimenting with the dehydrator.  I make for myself as well for the birds some crunchy snacks. Whether you call it cookies, crackers or chips: we think they are delicious 🙂

I made two different batters.

The first crackers:
Sweet potatoes, carrots, flaxseed, buckwheat flour, olive oil, vanilla extract, allspice, nutmeg, a little sea salt and some water. This in the foodprocessor:

Spread on the sheet from the dehydrator:

And this is what they look like when  dried (40C/115F 16 hours).

The second crackers:

Buckwheat flour, carrots, poppy seeds, sunflower seeds, flax seed blond, water, sesame seeds, some sea salt and olive oil. All this goes in to the foodprocessor.
On a sheet in the dehydrator along with the first cracker. batter

And this is how they look like 🙂