Budgie Breakfast Recipes

Here are 25 great breakfast recipes for budgies. Do you have a great breakfast recipe that your budgies love? Please post it below and we will add it to this list!

Birdie cereal

1/2 cup cooked white or brown rice
1/4 cup dry monkey chow, ground in a blender
1/4 cup Sun Maid Fruit Bits, soaked overnight
2 tablespoons
Bag O’ Bugs

Mix ingredients together and serve immediately.
Change at least twice a day to make sure birds doesn’t digest any soured foods.
You can replace Bag O’ Bugs with live insects. or not! yuck!


Birdie Omelet

1 egg, with shell
1 splash of sugar-free fruit juice
1 tablespoon riccotta or cottage cheese
1/4 cup beans
3 tablespoon carrot, grated
3 tablespoon each of green pepper, broccoli, sweet corn, chopped
sweet yam

Mix all ingredients.
Microwave 2 minutes.
Let cool.


Birdie Pancakes

apples, chopped
pancake mix
pellets, crushed
seeds

Prepare pancake mix per box directions.
Before cooking mix in remaining ingredients.
Make pancakes per box directions.


Birdie Quiche

1/2 cup Beans or bean mix
1/2 ear of corn, cut off cob or equivalent amount of frozen corn
2 tablespoon squash (any kind) chopped into 1/2″ cubes
1/2 small sweet potato (or yam) cooked and cut into 1/2″ cubes
1 jalape?o pepper, chopped
1 clove garlic, minced
1 egg (or egg substitute)
1 tablespoon skim Ricotta cheese
small amount of mixed veggies, fresh or frozen

Soak beans for 1 hour before preparing.
Drain.
Mix of above in a bowl.
Should be pasty consistence, but not runny.
Add water if necessary.
Spread on plate, and cover.
Cook in Microwave on High for 6 minutes.
Remove and break up with fork.
Sprinkle vitamins and mix well.
I usually grate some cheese on top for flavor.


Birdie Waffles

Waffle batter
grated apples
carrots
broccoli
veggies and fruit of choice

Mix together and make up waffles for Fids.
Freeze in single servings and pop in toaster for breakfast or dinner.


Breakfast Cereal

In a large pot, put 8 cups of water on stove to boil
Add right away
1/2 cup pearled barley
1/2 cup soft wheat berries
1/2 cup buckwheat groats

Bring to boil for about 20 minutes then add 1/2 cup bulgar wheat
1/2 cup whole grain rye
(if mix starts to dry up, just add more water and bring back to boil)
boil for about 10 minutes and add
1/2 cup millet
1/2 cup couscous
Cook another 5-10 minutes then remove from stove and cool
Stir in: 1/2 cup flax seed
I would freeze this cereal in portions.
Heat just before serving, and add cooked apple, cooked sweet potato, mashed pineapple, mashed banana, dried cherries, raisins, dried currents, dried coconut, etc.
As another meal, this same cereal mix can be added to cooked brown rice, cooked beans (red, white, lentils, kidney, garbanzo, etc) and pasta with a combination of veggies, such as corn, peas, broccoli, carrots, etc.
Any combinations are fine!


Budgie French Toast

4 slices day-old multigrain whole wheat breat
4 eggs
2 tablespoons plain yogurt

Beat eggs.
Stir in yogurt.
Coat bread with mixture.
Cook on skillet.
(You can also spread peanut butter on the toast, or sprinkle with dried fruit or millet or nuts)


Carrot Egg Food

2 carrot grated finely
2 hard boiled eggs
1/4 teaspoon Cayenne pepper
3 tablespoon Bag O’ Bugs

Mix ingredients well.
Store in refrigerator


Cinnamon Toast

cinnamon
whole wheat bread

Toast bread.
Mist lightly with warm water.
Sprinkle with cinnamon (no sugar).


Easy Egg food

3 boiled eggs and shells
1/2 cup Bag O’ Bugs
1/2 cup Petamine

Mash eggs and shells well with a fork.
Add Bag O’ Bugs and Petamine and combine.
Store unused portions in refrigerators.


Egg and Biscuit

An effective home made variation to buying egg and biscuit from stores is below.
1. Beat 1 egg in a bowl with a fork
2. Cook beaten egg in microwave til egg hard (1 min approx or til liquid gone)
3. Break up egg with fork into smpieces (fine mixing done with hands in step 5.)
4. Put egg and rice crumbs(1/2 cup approx) in a deep bowl (as mixing is a little messy)
5. Rub cooked egg into rice crumbs with two clean hands (similar to rubbing peanut butter into corn meal rub mix between thumb and fingers)
6. When a fine crumb mixture is formed, this should be enough for 2 small budgie bowls
They love to eat it warm.
Remember not to keep mixture in cage for more than 1 day as moist food breeds bacteria.
Tip Buy small plastic containers and store excess in freezer for up to 2wks.
Reheat in microwave for 1min, wait 5-10 for it to cool (check!) and give to birdies!
*Rice crumbs are an alternative to bread crumbs.
They make a better quality egg + biscuit, as they are finer and also do not create


Eight Grain Cereal

1 part oats
1 part brown rice
1 part corn
1 part soybeans
1 part hulled millet
1 part barley
1 part sunflower
1 part flaxseed
Avian vitamins

Mix grains together.
Heat three cups boiling water and add one cup mixture.
Cook til consistency of oatmeal.
This can be added to some of corn bread recipes! Sprinkle avian vitamins over cereal.


Griddle Cakes

1 package Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix
1 egg, including shell (wash egg and grind shell thoroughly)
leftover seeds
1 tablespoon hummus
1 tablespoon peanut butter
1 tablespoon honey
1/3 Cup sugar-free fruit juice or so

I dumped it in except for sugar-free fruit juice.
Mixed it up and then started to add sugar-free fruit juice.
Dumped it by 1/8 cup amounts onto a very hot cast iron pan.
Let it get dry on edges and bubbles on top and then flipped.


High Protein Egg Food

2 cup bread crumbs
1/2 cup sugar-free cornbread mix
1 cup Gerber high protein baby cereal
1/2 cup corn meal
1/4 cup wheat germ
Avian vitamins

Mix ingredients and keep in dry place.
Add three heaping teaspoons to one hard boiled egg.
Keep this mixture refrigerated.


Mash, It’s What’s For Breakfast

Pumpkin seeds
barley
rolled oats
sesame seeds
millet
tomatoes
apples
bananas
grapes
lemons
oranges
carrots (lightly steamed and raw)
fresh corn on cob (lightly steamed)
spinach

Put fruits into food processor except grapes.
Put seeds and oats into a bowl then add chopped fruit and whole grapes.
Cut steamed carrots into chips and cut corn into 4 to 5 pieces.
Put daily rations into zip-lock bags, add carrot chips and one corn block per bird to bag.
Put into freezer.
Defrost night before in fridge.
Remove around 2pm or earlier if its warm/hot out.

Oatmeal Balls

3/4 cups sugar-free corn meal
1 1/2 cups Quaker oats
1/2 cup combined chopped holiday fruit and nuts and coconut mixture
1/2 cup unsweetened natural applesauce
1/3 cup dark molasses
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon cloves
1 teaspoon vanilla 1 egg

Mix, roll into balls, bake at 325 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.
Pam cookie sheet first.
Add more oats if needed, another egg or more applesauce if wanted wetter.
You really want this fairly stiff.
Make to about size of large Walnuts.
Just before serving, dust with Hagen’s Prime Vitamins.


Pancake Breakfast

1 box of just add water pancake mix

Prepare as directed only using orange juice or apple juice instead of water.
You can also add bird vitamins to mixture if necessary.
Any left over pancakes can be frozen or refrigerated and reheated in microwave for later use.
Recipe is versatile, so you can add any combination of fruits or nuts if you want to, like mashed bananas, or blueberries etc.


Peanut Butter Oatmeal

1/4 cup quick oatmeal
enough water to just cover and microwave 1 min.
1 teaspoon peanut butter
chopped apple, grapes, orange pulp

Mix together, spoon into feed dish.
When cool, may add vitamins and or calcium.


Quick Breakfast

One packet instant grits OR oatmeal
SUBSTITUTE apple juice for 3/4 cup boiling water
Add 1/4 cup raisons or dried fruit

Let sit to cool.
Freeze in ice cube trays.


Quinoa

1 cup quinoa
2-3 cups water
Corn kernels
Chopped carrots
Raisins and/or dried apples (unsulphured, found in health food stores)
Cinnamon stick

Boil 2 cups of water, add quinoa.
Cook for 10 minutes, then add veggies and dried fruit.
Cook another 5 minutes or til quinoa grain is clearish and has a tiny tail sprouting from it.
You may have to add a little more water if it gets too dry too quickly.
Let cool.
Serve.
You can put almost any veggies or fruits in this recipe.


Scrambled Egg

2 eggs
4 tablespoons apple sauce
1 carrot
half a cup of broccoli

Scramble eggs and add applesauce to raw eggs.
Add a little oil to fry pan and fry egg and applesauce mixture.
When cooked and looking like scrambled eggs remove from heat and add fresh raw carrot and broccoli chopped in food processor.
Put in icecube trays and freeze then put in freezer bag.
Give 1 cube a day.


Scrambled Eggs and Vegetables

2 eggs
2 tablespoon low fat ricotta cheese
1/4 cup shredded carrots
1/4 cup chopped broccoli

Scramble eggs with shells and ricotta cheese in a bowl.
Pour into a frying pan and add vegetables.
Cook til eggs are firm.


Sweet Potato French Toast

2 eggs
1/2 jar sweet potato baby food
4 slices whole wheat bread

Mix eggs and sweet potatoes together.
Dip bread into mixture and cook in a frying pan til both sides are golden brown.
Cut bread into small pieces and sprinkle sliced almonds on top.


Veggie Pancakes

1/2 to 3/4 cup sugar-free fruit juice
2 tablespoons melted peanut butter
2 egg
1 crushed egg shell
1 cup sugar-free cornbread mix
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon sugar-free juice
1/2 cup chopped veggies
or fruit of choice

Mix sugar-free fruit juice, melted peanut butter, eggs and eggshells briskly with a fork to combine well.
Add dry ingredients and beat well with spoon to make a smooth, thick batter.
Add a bit more sugar-free cornbread mix if needed.
Fold in 1 to 1/2 cup of bird’s favorite veggie or fruit, minced well.
(carrots, zuchinni, green peppers, brocolli, apples, bananas, whole blueberries etc.) Drop by tablespoon on hot lightly greased skillet.
Cook on medium low heat til bubbles appear on top.
Flip pancake and cook other side til golden.
Cool slightly and serve warm.
Freeze leftover pancakes and thaw as needed.


Zucchini Pancakes

1 tablespoon sugar-free juice
1 egg, with shell
1 cup sugar-free fruit juice
2 tablespoon oil
1 cup zucchini, grated
2 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
2 cup yellow cornmeal
1/4 cup carrots, grated

Mix dry ingredients.
Mix in remaining ingredients.
Stir until smooth.
Cook on hot griddle till done.

3 Responses to “Budgie Breakfast Recipes”

  1. Christine Mann Says:

    Awesome recipes! I am going to post a link to this page on my site for my customers.

  2. bella_1_1_0 Says:

    cool recipies but i have another bird lolliepops!! materials-seed egg lollie pop sticks mix them together put into cicle form and cook them! on the sticks

  3. EMILY DIX Says:

    Hello this is a wonderful menu for budgies. Normally my budgies would’nt even eat strawberrys but they are defintely enjoying this menu…..Thanks so much for the help.{lol}

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