Sunday, February 24, 2013

The No No Bird Feeder


Every few months I work with Perky Pet on reviewing one of their outside bird feeders. Since I'm such a bird lover, I like to see which ones I like and which work best for the birds near my house. This time I was sent the No No Bird Feeder and it's amazing!



It actually has the ability to fold up accordion style when you're not using it for maximum storage space. It holds 2.5 pounds of seed and for my little outdoor friends, that usually lasts about 3 days. But the best part about this feeder is that it holds clinging birds and perching birds alike so you can have a good variety of feathered friends outside your window!

And to make my feathered friends inside happy, I made this fun recipe just for them!


1 cup whole grain flour (garbanzo, quinoa, buckwheat or spelt flours)
1/2 cup dry oats
1/2 cup wheat germ
1/4 cup millet
1/2 cup ground flax seed
2 tbsp cinnamon
1/2 cup carrot juice (100% pure and organic)
1/2 cup water
1 1/4 cup Fresh Cranberries, rinsed then chopped
1/2 cup chopped almonds and walnuts
1 finely ground up orange (I put it through the food processor)
1 cup finely graded carrot
2 tbsp coconut Oil
1 egg (optional)

 Just before baking the tops are sprinkled with red pepper flakes, chia and sesame seed Mix dry ingredients in one bowl, wet ingredients in another bowl, then combine them until all is moist. Half fill mini baking cups. Bake at 350 until golden brown (about 15 minutes) If using a baking pan cook twice as long and cut into small squares once cool.

9 comments:

Jen Crum said...

I love the look of the No No Bird Feeder!

Janet W. said...

What a neat bird feeder!

Tamra said...

Thanks for the recipe, we've been wanting to attract more birds to our garden!

Jenna Wood said...

This looks like a great recipe to make with the kids.

Kate Fuller said...

I'll have to share this recipe with my grandmother. She loves birds and has a couple feeders in her backyard.

Stephanie Larison said...

These look great! I'm going to have to share with my cousin, she'll love it.

C.R. said...

that bird feeder is so cute!

Jennifer Hiles said...

I never thought to make my own bird food. My daughter just discovered birds (she calls them "Bs" and I would love to get more of them to feed at our feeder. I will have to give this a try!

Angela said...

This is a great idea!



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