PARROT CUSTARD This is especially good for sick birds. It is delicious, high in protein, and is easily digested.
2 cips pasteurized milk
_2 large eggs, beaten
2 to 3 tablespoons honey or sugar
Place milk and honey or sugar in a 1 quart bowl and blend well. Add beaten eggs and whip ingredients together. Pour into four 6 oz. custard cups. Place a folded towel or wire rack in a roasting pan. Cover with an inch of hot boiling, water. Set the cups on the towel or rack and bake at 215 degrees F for 30 to 45 minutes.
Insert a knife near the edge of a cup. If it comes out clean, the custard is set. Let cool.
Store leftovers in the refridgerator.
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This is a great recipe. Sugar isn't so great for them, but you could put a tiny bit of apple sauce if they have a sweet tooth. In my experience some parrots have a sweet tooth and some don't (my thingyatoo doesn't). If they don't, you can do without the sugar altogether.
Thanks for posting this.
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