Easy Organic Chicken Treats For Your Favorite Cat

Photo by Layla Morgan Wilde | www.catwisdom101.com

Photo by Layla Morgan Wilde | www.catwisdom101.com

Nothing says love like healthy homemade treats and this quick and easy recipe is my favorite. It contain100% chicken. No additives, fillers, carbs or chemicals. The secret ingredient is one you won’t get in store bought product: love!

Top quality organic and 100% protein cat treats can be expensive but making your own is not only cost effective but fresher and healthier.

  • Take 1 lb. of fresh organic free-range boneless chicken breast and freeze until firm but not frozen (about two hours). This makes the chicken easier to cut.
  • Preheat oven to 200°F is equal to 93.33°C
  • Oil a large cookie sheet. My current favorite is coconut oil.
  • With a large, sharp chef’s knife slice thin chunks. Then cut into smaller pieces. about 1 inch square.
  • Place chicken pieces on baking sheet without touching each other.
  • Sprinkle with sea salt (about half a tsp.)
  • Bake for 2 hours or until crispy.
  • Remove from the oven and once cooled, transfer to an airtight storage container.
  • They will keep refrigerated for 2 weeks or can be frozen.

The treats can be broken into smaller pieces especially when offered as a high value training treat. These treats are healthy but not a meal replacement. Limit treats to a couple a day. While the treats are cooling on the counter, the smell will be irresistible so keep your kitties away.

P.S. Dogs love them too!

By holistic cat behaviorist Layla Morgan Wilde of Cat Wisdom 101

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Positively Expert: Layla Morgan Wilde

Layla Morgan Wilde, founder of Cat Wisdom 101, holistic cat expert and award-winning writer/photographer/speaker is the official cat behaviorist for Tara The Hero Cat.


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