Bandy Boys Pumpkin Spice Veggie Delight

April 11th, 2014 by primatecare Leave a reply »

Experienced primate owners like Donna often come up with special recipes where they integrate monkey chow directly into the recipe since they know how important these biscuits are for their monkeys.  This recipe contains a bunch of healthy ingredients that most primates are sure to love. Donna’s monkeys love these veggie squares and we’re pretty excited she allowed us to share this recipe with the rest of the monkey community.  Let’s find out how to make these tasteful Bandy Boys Pumpkin Spice Veggie Delight Biscuits.  Thanks Donna!

Ingredients:

1 Spice Cake Mix
1 1/2 C. Gerber Oatmeal and Banana Cereal
1 C. Ground Monkey Chow
1/2 C. Ground Mazuri Leafeater Sticks
1/2 C. Ground Mazuri Maintenance Parrot Food
1 – 15 oz. Can of 100% Pure Pumpkin
1 can of Green Lima Beans rinsed well
1 Large Sweet Potato peeled
1 Large Parsnip peeled
1 Large Zucchini peeled
1/3 C. Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2 1/2 C. Vegetable Broth

***Note*** I had 2 bananas that would have been good for banana bread, but only had the two, so I smashed them good with a fork and added it to mix this time around.

Cut up in chunks Sweet Potato, Parsnip, and Zucchini for Food Processor, I put the Green Lima Beans through the Food Processor as well.

In a large bowl put all the dry ingredients and mix well. Then add the Vegetable Broth and Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Pumpkin and mix well. Now add the veggies that went through the Food Processor; Green Lima Beans, Sweet Potato, Parsnip and Zucchini and mix all ingredients well.

Take 3 glass 9×13 pans and spray with Olive Oil cooking spray and then divide the ingredients between the 3 pans.

I bake them on 375 degrees and mine take 40 minutes to cook.

Then once cooled down, I cut them into small squares and then bag 25 squares into sandwich bags and put one bag in the fridge and I make sure I get the air out of all the bags and then put the remaining bags in a gallon sized freezer zip-lock bag and put them in the freezer until a bag is needed.

All my boys get two squares a day.

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