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Recipe to Make Horse Treats at Home

by Tina Halsteter Treating Your Passion Naturally!
I am a bit different from the ordinary girls you have seen. Yes, I do love animals but I have a soft corner for farm animals, especially horses. I am obsessed with those royal creatures. 

So, on my 15th birthday, my parents got me a jet black colored horse, which I loved right when I first set my eyes on it. Now, I am 28 years old and did my best for the last years to take care of my beloved animal. 

Right from making All Natural Horse Treat to giving him shower, taking to the vet when sick to some long walks, I did everything for my horse. He is definitely in good shape. What I think worked best for my horse is the homemade horse treats I made for him. So, if you have horses at your place, then you can try the recipes too.

  • Perfect treats for them:

Previously, I used to buy horse food from online stores and retail outlets, but that used to cost me a lot. Then I saw a video on YouTube, namely How To Make AMAZING Horse Treats and got my inspiration from there. I first followed some of the recipes as mentioned in that channel and fed my horse. He loved it a lot, and then I started making some more. This way I got into this art of making all natural horse snacks right at home, and now it has turned into more like an obsession.

  • Perfect healthy snack for him:

There are so many snacks available in the market and some I made for my horse. But, there is one particular one he liked the most and I am here to share the recipe. You won’t need many ingredients for making this treat and the procedure is fairly simple. You will just need flour, beer, molasses, grains, and raisins. You are all set to go for the recipe from here on!

  • Time for the recipe:

At first, you need to mix flour, beer, and molasses thoroughly. Once done, you need to add grains to the mixture slowly and mix it well. After that, finally get to mix the raisins. Later, pour this mixture into the oiled pan and place it in the oven at 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Give it around 25 minutes and the mixture will start to firm up. After that, remove it from pan and cut the contents into some of your horse’s bite sized pieced. Then, return the pan into the oven and bake till the treats are maximum dry and quite firm.

  • The final steps:

After you have removed the pan from oven, make sure to cool it before removing treats. You can place these treats on cooling racks for that night and our horse’s tasty treats are all ready for them to grab and enjoy. After my horse tried the treats for the first time, he can’t just stop eating. It is not just a tasty snack but a healthy one as well. 

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About Tina Halsteter Junior   Treating Your Passion Naturally!

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