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    06-27-2013, 01:55 PM
Horse & people friendly desserts

My birthday is coming up on July 8th. Due to come on going health issues we are trying to get a handle on, the vet has strongly suggested no riding for the next little while. Which sadly means, no birthday ride for me!

So I was thinking in stead of making a dessert that's safe for Cody (my horse) and tastes good for me, and going up to share it with him on my birthday, and give him some love.

So my question is, Do you know any desserts that taste good and are horse safe?

Can horses have eggs? What about coconut milk and coconut water?

I was thinking of doing a banana pancake (its just bananas and eggs blended together and fried up like a pancake) and then making a sugarless whip cream (more so for my benefit then his LOL) made out of coconut milk and coconut water. And rolling it up like a crape and sharing it with him. Maybe with some fruit in it as well (are berries horse safe?)

Let me know if you think that would be OK, OR if you have any other ideas.


(P.S. Yes I know i'm weird )
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    06-27-2013, 07:06 PM
I don't see why that wouldn't be ok. It sounds pretty good! You could also try molasses cookies. Horses and humans love those!
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    06-27-2013, 08:40 PM
Sounds nice. I have never knowingly fed my horses something w egg in it, but I have regularly shared bananas w them for years. I also feed them cereals that I buy and find I do not like - along w nutra grain bars I or family take a bite out of and "abandon" (waste not, want not). As w everything, the poison is in the dose and I doubt you were planning on making one for an army. Have a happy birthday!
    06-27-2013, 10:28 PM
Oatmeal cookies!
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    06-28-2013, 01:35 AM
You could do a fruit salad. I know many horses that LOVE melons.
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