Sunday, January 3, 2010

Home Made Horse Treats Without Molasses

If you own a horse that has an allergy to molasses, you know how difficult it is finding a molasses free treat and or feed.

Jadon's sensitivity to molasses led us to an online search for a home-made treat that did not contained molasses.

I would like to share one of the recipes that I found on my search.

Horse Oat Cookies

1/2 cup flour
1/4 tea baking powder
1/4 tea baking soda
1/4 cup oil
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 T milk
1/4 tea vanilla
1/4 cup uncooked regular oatmeal
1-1/2 cups grated carrots

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Roll dough into 1-inch balls and place on un-greased cookie sheet. Bake for 15 minutes. Cool for one hour.

Brown Sugar Contains Molasses

May your horses enjoy!
God Bless!

37 comments:

  1. I like the recipe. I made it for my horse, and she loved them! I hope I get a chance to make some more!!! I may try them too!

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  2. i love this recipe. you have all the ingredients in your kitchen already. and its so simple. my horses loved them especially after horse camps

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  3. My horse loved them, and I tried them myself and they were yummy for humans as well!

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  4. they were very good! i just made them and i tried them myself, and even i liked them! Very sweet. I have made them for my horse before and he just about ran me over! 5 stars :)

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  5. I made them for when I went to riding camp and the horses would always bug me when I walked paste 'em! Also it works with all vegetables, cause I didn't have carrots so I used cucumbers!

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  6. vegetable oil of course

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  7. This looks like a good recipe! I made these AMAZING horse treats for the horses at my barn and they absolutely LOVED them!! I used cut up peppermint candy canes, apple sauce (original), cut up pieces of apple,small slices of carrots, and mixed it ALL together!! They came out soft and moist! The only problem was that if you do not feed them to your horses and leave them, they will turn moldy and gross!!!! So, try my recipe and make sure YOU DO NOT LET THEM GET MOLDY AND THEN FEED THEM TO YOUR HORSE! They will most likely get sick. Well have fun! Try my recipe PLEASE!!

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  8. I will have to give these a try!! My mare is also very allergic to molasses and you're right it is SOOO difficult to find treats without that in it! To top it off, she's also allergic to soy and alfalfa so GOOD LUCK finding anything my poor girl will eat! :( Hope she likes these!! :)

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  9. Poor mare! My mare is over weight, but I need some small treat to feed her after rides cause I feel bad if I dont. I'm so bad about giving her treats. Hope she likes these.

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    1. If your horse is over weight and you can't help your self from giving her treats then feed her little bits of apple or carrot, not treats with added sugar in them! :)

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  10. My friend and i just made these treats for our horses... we hope they like them!!! :)

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  11. I think I will try this recipe. Do you think my miniature horses will like them too.

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    1. yes they will love them. We made these because our miniature couldn't eat molasses

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  12. what is all this tea stuff?? ive never heard of it

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  13. That means teaspoon. Anyway my horse broke out into hives when i gave him some different treats.. i made these and he didn't! YAY these treats!

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    1. maybe your horse shouldn't have molasses. Glad he likes these ones!

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  14. If I Were To Make These, How Long Would They Keep For Before Finally Going Off?

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  15. If you see them start to get moldy get rid of them.Don't ever feed moldy food to a animal. I can't give you an expiration date, just keep an eye on them. We made little batches at a time so we never had that problem.

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  16. I have a new foal, and need a small treat to give her for behaving on her halter.. So i think these would be great! :)

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    1. I'm sure that the new foal will love them and congrs on the new foal!

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  17. i made these but myine came out too watery to roll into a ball ): they came out as flat cookies but my horse still loved them

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  18. i go to my local riding school every friday to ride and i made some just befor i went and they loved them and i even gave one to my friends new foal :) xxx

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  19. How many treats does this make?

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  20. Great recipe! My 17 year old National Show horse, Classy, loved them! They were gone in like five seconds!

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  21. do they spread when baked? :)

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  22. These are AWESOME treat every horse loves them
    THANK YOU SO MUCH
    P.S
    MY horse is super fuzzy but he loves these treats with maple syrup

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  23. Thank you so much for giving me something to do over Christmas break!! Sugar will love them!!

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  24. Thanks for the recipe! I made these for the horses I visit at a riding school, and I can't wait for them to try them!

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  25. You have a problem you may have gotten rid of the sugar from the mollasses but then you add more sugar your insane fucking dicks

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    1. whats your problem?!!!

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  26. i put some ginger in them for my mare. Ginger has a lot of benifits for horses and people!

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  27. I will try this recipe and let you know what i think!

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  28. i just got done baking them and they smell heavenly but i bet they taste even better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i am a very messy cook and this is a messy recipe so in the end i was messssssyyyyy!!!!!!!!!! better get this mess cleaned up before my mom gets home!!!!! tehe

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  29. I just made these treats for my thoroughbred gelding he is a treat freak I hope he likes them!

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  30. Question : do you literally just throw it all in a bowl mix it together then make it into balls and cook it ?

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