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Horse Facts and Tips
First Posted: Dec 31, 2013
Dec 31, 2013

Horse Treat Recipes

Horse Approved Home Made Treat Recipes

Carrot and Oats Wafers
3 cups Quaker Oats (Use a food processor to grind into flour consistency)
Carrots (shredded) I buy these already shredded
1/4 cup of corn syrup
1/4 cup of powdered sugar
1/2 cup of apple sauce
1/4 cup of vegetable or corn oil
Add shredded carrot to ground oats. Add the remaining ingredients and mix in food processor until the mixture forms thick dough. Add more "oat flour" if the dough is too sticky add more oats; add more oil if the mixture is too stiff. Form into small balls (about 1") and place on greased cookie sheet. Bake for about 10 -12 minutes or until lightly browned. about 325 degrees F.) Let cool on a rack. Store in an airtight container or refrigerate.

Corn Meal Peppermint Crunch Muffins
1 egg
10 Hard Peppermint Candies (chop in food processor)
1 cup flour
1 cup corn meal
1 cup apple juice
1 tablespoon corn starch
Place peppermint candies in foot processor and grind up. Add flour, corn meal and egg. Process. Add in apple juice and corn starch slowly. Combine all until mixed. Grease a small or mini muffin tin. Pour in batter. Bake at 400 degrees F. for 10 to 12 minutes. Oven temperatures vary from oven to oven.

Apple Surprise
Corn syrup or molasses
Quaker Oats or sweet feed
Core an apple. Mix the oats and corn syrup together. Put mixture in cored apple. This is a good way to get your horse to eat medicines. Make the meds (pills) into a powder and place them in the core mixture.

Horse Decadence Balls! (Carrots, Oats or Sweet Feed, Applesauce and Molasses)
Carrots-Put in food processor
Place the carrots, applesauce, cinnamon and molasses in the food processor. Blend in short spirts until carrots are grated or chunky consistency. Make into balls and roll in Quaker Oats or use your horse's sweet feed. Freeze.

Check with your vet and make sure this is OK for your horses. Some horses who are prone to colic or other digestive disorders.

Horse Facts and Tips