Rabbit treat recipes

Ranch Girl

Ridin' The Range
Feb 14, 2010
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Texas, Panhandle
Do you like to spoil you honey bun? Here are some treats your bunnies might like.


Honey Balls

Honey Balls
Submitted by Jasmine
Weetabix crushed 1/4 cup
Oats 1/4 cup
Rabbit pellets crushed 1/3 cup
Carrot cut in tiny pieces

Mix all ingredients into a bowl (except honey) once mixed add as much honey as you
need to make the balls stick together

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.

Bunny Treats


1 c. flour
1 c. rabbit food "fines"
1/2 c. cheerios
1/2 c. rolled oats
3/4 c. milk
1/2 c. raisins
1/4 c. molasses
1 mashed banana


Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, and mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl. Take a spoon and drop the mix by spoonfuls onto a foil covered cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes. Once cooled, keep any remaining refrigerated.

Bunny Cookies


1 small carrot, pureed
1/2 banana, mashed until creamy
1 tsp. honey
1/4 cup rabbit pellets, ground finely in a coffee grinder
1/4 cup whole wheat flour


Mix pureed carrot, banana and honey in a medium sized bowl. Add pellet powder and whole wheat flour. Mix until blended. Knead in your hands for 1-2 minutes. Roll out the dough in 1/8"- 1/4" thick layers between sheets of plastic wrap. Cut into small cookies about 3/4". You can use regular cookie cutters to make cute shapes.
Place cut shapes onto a parchment paper covered cookie sheet. Bake at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for about 30 minutes (check to make sure they are not browning too much). Turn off the heat and let the cookies sit in the warm oven for an hour or so. Once cooled completely, remove and give to your bunnies. Bag whatever is left for later use.

Bunny Salad

1 carrot


Put a leaf from the lettuce at the bottom of a bowl. Cut the carrot into thin pieces, cut the tomatoes and add them over the lettuce. That's it!

Berry Salad


5 Blueberries
4 Baby Carrots
2 Cherries
3 Grapes
small bowl


Take the cabbage leaf and put it at the bottom of the bowl. (so the fruit juices don't stain the bowl) Then slice the baby carrots very thin. Chop the cherries and take out the pits. Next slice the grapes in 2. Finally throw the 5 Blueberries in.

Apple Almond Freeze

Peanut butter
Apples (cut into very small cubes)


Put all the ingredients into the cup except almonds. Mix well. Put spoonfuls of mixture on paper plate. Then put on almond on top of each spoonful. Freeze until hard. Please only give one to your rabbit.


Just born
Feb 26, 2010
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Those are just awesome!!! Thankyou sooo much!!!