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Bird Pudding

by Kay Craig

Melt one cup lard and one cup crunchy peanut butter together.

To this melted mixture add one cup of quick oats, one cup of all purpose flour, 2 cups of yellow corn meal. Mix thoroughly. You may also add 1/2 cup of bird seed and/or raisins to this. This will have the consistency of thick pudding.
Pour mixture into a pan and place it in the refrigerator or freezer and allow to harden.

Once mixture has hardened cut or break into pieces to fit into suet baskets. Any crumbles or small pieces can be placed in a platform feeder. Any leftovers may be stored in plastic zip bags and stored in the freezer.

The birds just love this in the winter months.

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May 16, 2009
Works well
by: kcpaull

I make something very similar but without the flour. I just put enough corn meal and oats to soak up the peanut butter and add sunflower chips. I freeze it in those plastic containers that lunch meat comes in and put it out in those mesh bags that oranges come in. The bluebirds practically raise their babies on it. Chickadees, nuthatches, downy woodpeckers, mockingbirds, bluebirds, rosy finches, and many more love these.

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