Winter Bird Pudding Recipe
"Bird Feed Recipes"

2 quarts water

1 C. margarine

1 C. peanut butter

4 C. cereal (cornmeal, rolled oats, Farina, Roman Meal and/or Cream of Wheat)

Chopped fruits (raisins, dates, apples)

Sunflower seeds or bird seed

In a large kettle, bring water and margarine to boiling. Slowly add cereals and cook, stirring constantly until the mixture is fully cooked and thick. Remove from heat.

Add peanut butter and desired amount of chopped fruit, nuts and seeds. Cool and place in plastic containers.

Note: pack the stuff into chopped off chunks of discarded panty hose. Hang the mixture in protected crooks of trees. You can also spread the mixture onto a place (don't use aluminum pans; when it's freezing, little bird feet can stick to the metal and suffer injury), set out on ground or picnic bench.

By placing the food at different elevations, you will attract many species of birds. The food can be preserved in a freezer (if there is any left over). Just be sure to use it within three to four months.

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