I, personally, don't use a recipe. Instead, I go through the cubbard and find anything grain based that I doubt I will use or is nearing an expiration date...such as cake mixes, cold cereals, etc.,. I put cereals in the blender and turn them to dust. I do the same some oatmeal. If its around xmas...I throw in a few left over candy canes with it (in the blender, to pulverize them). I blend all the dry stuff together and add an appropriate amount of water...and only water...and make little cookies and bake them in the oven until they are hard and completely dried (usually you have to turn them). According to my horses...they are fantastic!! And, according to me..they are economical.
I've crushed up oatmeal and shredded apples and carrots and mixed it with molasses and water then baked them. The molasses helps them stay kinda soft. I've coated dried fruit in molasses and then in corn flake crumbs, annie is a sucker for dried papaya. Crushed alalfa or timothy cubes mixed with crushed grains of any kind (the horse we made these for had specific dietary needs, so we added her crushed grain and some molasses and apples, but you can substitute these for whatever is allowed in your horses restricted diet) either honey, molasses or water, and sun bake them. (We figured it'd be better cause of the alfalfa) they've all worked wonders in training laying down, rolling barrels, giving hugs, bowing and the like. :) good luck! Posted via Mobile Device