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12 DIY Rabbit Treats You Can Make at Home

Nicole Cosgrove

If you are thinking about learning how to make rabbit treats for your pet, this list offers 12 recipes that are sure to please both you and your rabbit. You will find that they offer simple ingredients with easy-to-follow instructions. You can make a batch of treats in no time, and you will know what the treat contains, so there are no surprises. Keep in mind that some treats for rabbits aren’t meant to be given frequently. Know what is an appropriate amount to feed your rabbit.

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1. Bunneh’s Bunny Rabbit Treats

Bunneh’s bunny treats is a recipe that has five natural ingredients and includes bananas and carrots, with honey for sweetness. You bake these treats and then slice them into bars. It yields a decent batch of 30 bars that your rabbit is sure to love.


2. The Cape Coop Homemade Rabbit Cookies

The Cape Coop offers a baked recipe for rabbit cookies that includes timothy hay, which rabbits absolutely love to eat. You pulse all the ingredients in your food processor, form into cookies to the size you prefer, and bake in the oven.


3. Instructables Living Homemade Rabbit Treats

Instructables Living gives you a treat recipe that is made with your rabbits’ daily food, and then you add bananas and carrots to form a cookie. The yield amount will depend upon how large you form the cookie. These work great as training treats.


4. Epicuricloud Gnaw Gnaw Biscuits

Epicuricloud shows you how to make a rabbit treat with items that you will most likely already have on hand. Ingredients include rabbit food, applesauce, carrots, and hay. Then you bake them up and cut them into squares. You will have yummy treats for your rabbit in no time with this recipe.


5. Timber Creek Farmer Pine Cone Rabbit Treats

Timber Creek Farmer has a great idea for rabbit treats. If you have a pine tree outside, why not put the pinecones to good use as a delicious treat for your bunny? These will take a little longer to make, only because you need to clean, soak, and then bake the pine cones.


6. Herban Lifestyle Organic Bunny Treats

Herban Lifestyle shows you how to make rabbit treats that are healthy and organic. It is customizable, so you could easily add cilantro and/or parsley to the mix. The base recipe calls for oats, alfalfa powder, and jarred baby food.


7. LiveJournal Homemade Rabbit Treats

LiveJournal has a recipe for treats that your rabbit will go bonkers over and beg for more. These take a little more time and preparation, but the result is worth it. Make sure you prepare plenty of these because you know that you can’t resist your cute rabbit when they beg.


8. The Rabbit House Grass Biscuits

The Rabbit House offers a simple recipe for grass biscuits that are easy to make in a short amount of time. All you need to do is cut up some grass, add a banana and oats, then bake it up until it is dried. These aren’t pretty biscuits, but rabbits don’t care how they look — what matters is the taste.


9. Rabbit Hole Hay DIY Pumpkin Treats

Rabbit Hole Hay blog shows you how to make the perfect fall treat for your rabbit. In fact, they will love it so much that you will want to make it year-round. The recipe calls for pureed pumpkin, oats, apples, and flour. You roll the mixture into a ball and then bake it for 15 minutes.


10. My Mind Patch Rabbit Granola Treats

My Mind Patch teaches you how to make banana carrot granola cups that are perfect for a rabbit treat. The recipe makes 14 servings and uses bananas, carrots, oats, and pandan leaf. Fresh pandan leaves can be purchased online fairly easily.


11. Handmade Cuddles Rabbit Treats

Handmade Cuddles has a recipe for rabbit treats that uses only three ingredients, so it is super easy and simple to whip up a batch of these for your rabbit friend. All you need is bananas, carrots, and oats. Once you bake them for 20 minutes, they are ready to eat.


12. Popsugar Living Frozen Rabbit Treats

Popsugar Living offers an alternative to baking treats for your rabbit. With this recipe, you mix up banana, apple, and peanut butter, then roll it into a ball and freeze it. When you want to give your rabbit friend a treat, just pull one from the freezer.


Featured Image: Thomas G. from Pixabay

Nicole Cosgrove

Nicole is the proud mom of Baby, a Burmese cat and Rosa, a New Zealand Huntaway. A Canadian expat, Nicole now lives on a lush forest property with her Kiwi husband in New Zealand. She has a strong love for all animals of all shapes and sizes (and particularly loves a good interspecies friendship) and wants to share her animal knowledge and other experts' knowledge with pet lovers across the globe.