Birds have been our love for years, and as our kids have gotten older, I can tell they become very fond of them too. We spend countless hours reading about birds, researching birds, and bird watching, especially in our backyard. Recently, we shared how to make the best birdseed ornaments, and it’s been very popular with kids and adults. That is why I wanted to continue sharing easy ideas to incorporate a love for nature and birds into your life. We hope you love making Beautiful Ice Homemade Bird Treats as much as we do.
Homemade Bird Treats
How to Make Ice Homemade Bird Treats
This fruity combination might seem unusual for birds, but eating a variety of appropriate foods is very healthy for birds.
Fruits and veggies are a great treat for your feathered friends at moderate consumption.
Beautiful Icy DIY Bird Treats
Slice your fruit.
Then, place the slices in the bundt pan. You can arrange this however you’d like. *Kids love to join in and add the fruit*
Adding your raspberries in-between the lemon and orange slices (or other fruit) gives it a fun pop of color. But if your children are placing the fruit I would leave it however they placed them.
Place in the freezer for a few hours or until solid. After you remove your pan from the freezer, run warm water under the pan. It’ll make the ice pop right out.
Add the ribbon or string.
Hang it outside for a beautiful display, and Yummy Bird Treat!
Morning, noon, and night, you can enjoy the look of this frozen homemade bird treat. All while the birds enjoy snacking on it.
Frozen Homemade Bird Treats
- Bundt Pan
- Orange, Lemon, & Raspberries (other great options are cranberries, apple slices, pears, grapes, nuts)
1. Slice your fruit.
2. Then place the slices in the bundt pan. You can arrange this however you’d like.
3. Next, add your raspberries in-between the lemon and orange slices (or other fruit). This gives it a fun pop of color.
4. Slowly pour water into the pan so that it just covers the fruit.
5. Place in freezer for a few hours or until solid.
6. Remove from freezer and run warm water under the pan. It’ll make the ice pop right out.
7. Add the ribbon or string.
8. Hang outside for a beautiful display and Yummy Homemade Bird Treat!
Winter Bird Feeder
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