How did you show your love for your horse last week on Valentine’s day? There are several ways to show your love for your horse and it doesn’t even have to be on a special day. Everyday is love day for horse lovers. Simple treats can be a big gesture of love and what better way than to give some to your horse, straight from your oven. Carrot treat recipes are a bountiful online and we want to share an easy horse treat recipe that you can do yourself.
Oat Carrot Horse Cookies
Making your own horse treats is fairly easy. For oat carrot horse cookies, what you will need are:
- 1 cup of flour
- 1 cup uncooked oats
- 1 cup of shredded carrots
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- 1 teaspoon salt
- ¼ cup of molasses
- 2 teaspoons of vegetable oil
Simply mix all these ingredients in a bowl and make small balls from it. Place the balls on a well-greased cookie sheet. Set your oven to 350 degrees and bake your cookies for about 15 minutes until they turn golden brown. This is totally a no-brainer recipe that even your kids can help you out with. Apart from these oat carrot cookies, here is another very easy recipe worth sharing.
I would like to call this treat as such because it could only take you about thirty seconds to make it – instant treat as you may put it. What you need is an apple or carrot, quick oats, and corn syrup. Cut the apple in half and core it out. Then roll the half in corn syrup then the oats. Your apple will now be covered with oats in syrup. You can do the same for the carrot. This could be the easiest way to come up with the treat that your horse will surely love!
A horse loves apple or carrots and there are tons of things you can do to make them more interesting to them. You can use these scrumptious treats to reward your big fella who’s doing a great job or you can even use it as bait when giving horse medications. Get your kids to help around in making the treats to make it a bit more fun.
Try these recipes when giving your granulated medications from Abler (AbPrazole, Abler Deworming granules, etc.) and see how easily your horse will gulp in the medications!
Recipe credits to: http://www.aboutyourhorse.com/easy-make-horse-treat-recipes