|Prep Time / Total Time||10 min / 30-35 min|
|Meal Prep Friendly||Yup! It’s snacks, so store it properly and you’re good for a week or two.|
|Yields||Original recipe says like 50, but they made a lot more than me. It was about 15-20 treats for me.|
|Meal Time||Kitty Snack Time|
|Best Served As||N/A|
Many of you may not know that I have a nephew-cat named Cooper. He is my best friend Savannah’s tabby, and he is destined to be incredibly spoiled by me in the coming years. I mean, just look at this family photo from the first day I met him:
Recently Cooper and Savannah came for a visit, and I knew the best way to welcome him into my home – even if it was just for a Saturday – was if I made him some homemade cat treats. After doing some looking into it online, to ensure I wasn’t preparing something for Cooper that might hurt him, I stumbled upon this very easy, two-ingredient treat recipe:
Cooper was a little hesitant at first, but he’s often confused by new treats, and he’ll bat them around like a little dummy until he realizes it’s edible. It’s the kitten in him, still. But I did get to see him chomp down on a couple before he went home.
When the recipe says two-ingredients, it’s no joke. All you need is egg whites and packaged tuna. The recipe called for a food processor to grind the tuna into a paste-like substance. I found working the tuna with a fork until it was relatively mealy was just as good. The other profession of this recipe is that it doesn’t break apart in little grainy bits all over the house, and that managed to be true for me, even though I didn’t make it a snacky puree first.
If you’re looking for a great recipe for your feline family member, try these little guys out and see if your cat takes to them.
All-in-all, I’d say this was a success and super easy. I hope your kitty likes them.