A recipe for biscuits

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Hi everyone! Not been here in a while, my babies and us are fine.

I come with a question: so happens that I always keep the leftovers of the bags of hay, you know, the one that ends at the bottom and is too tiny to be eaten but not dusty enough to look like flour haha I was wondering if you guys know any homemade recipe to use those leftover to make "biscuits" like these ones they sell in shops

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thanks and take care!
 

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Yep! I have a recipe that my pigs loved! Sooooooo:
1.take some pellets and add water to them in a bowl, untill they are a mush.i sometimes blend some banana or apple to add to the pellets for taste.
2.add small prices of hay to the mash, so it's I'd kind of moldable. Then form your biscuit shape.
3. You can either bake them in the oven at 180°c for about 10 mins, or let them set out in the open or in the fridge.
4.After that's done, I like to add the rest of the blended fruit on top for icing. If youre intending to do the icing, only add it just before serving, as it will make the biscuit go off faster. The biscuits can keep for a month, or you can judge them by if they are smellig bad. Good luck biscuit making!
 

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Yep! I have a recipe that my pigs loved! Sooooooo:
1.take some pellets and add water to them in a bowl, untill they are a mush.i sometimes blend some banana or apple to add to the pellets for taste.
2.add small prices of hay to the mash, so it's I'd kind of moldable. Then form your biscuit shape.
3. You can either bake them in the oven at 180°c for about 10 mins, or let them set out in the open or in the fridge.
4.After that's done, I like to add the rest of the blended fruit on top for icing. If youre intending to do the icing, only add it just before serving, as it will make the biscuit go off faster. The biscuits can keep for a month, or you can judge them by if they are smellig bad. Good luck biscuit making!
I've just printed this recipe out and will try making some piggie biccies next week!
 

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Hi everyone! Not been here in a while, my babies and us are fine.

I come with a question: so happens that I always keep the leftovers of the bags of hay, you know, the one that ends at the bottom and is too tiny to be eaten but not dusty enough to look like flour haha I was wondering if you guys know any homemade recipe to use those leftover to make "biscuits" like these ones they sell in shops

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thanks and take care!
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