Trout Dinner: homemade cat food recipes

Homemade cat food allows you to have control over the ingredients and quality of your cat's diet. By preparing meals at home, you can ensure that your cat receives a balanced and nutritious diet tailored to their specific needs.




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This recipe is a homemade cat food recipe that includes cooked trout, cooked egg yolk, chopped steamed broccoli, and sunflower oil. The ingredients are blended together in a food processor to create a smooth paste or puree. The resulting mixture can be served to your cat, either portioned into smaller servings or served all at once, based on their needs and preferences. Any leftovers can be stored in the refrigerator for up to three days in an airtight container.


  1. 1 cup trout, fully cooked
  2. 1 cooked egg yolk
  3. 1 tbsp fine chopped broccoli, steamed
  4. 2 tbsp sunflower oil


  1. Gather all the ingredients: 1/2 cup cooked grains (brown rice or oatmeal), 1/2 cup raw ground organic chicken, 1/4 cup raw carrots or cooked green beans, 1/2 cup raw chicken liver, and vegetable broth to moisten.
  2. Place all the ingredients in a food processor.
  3. Puree the mixture in the food processor until it is well blended and reaches the desired consistency. The ingredients should form a smooth paste or puree.
  4. Serve the pureed mixture to your cat. You can portion it into smaller servings for each meal or serve it all at once, depending on your cat's needs and preferences.
  5. Any leftovers can be stored in the refrigerator for up to three days. Make sure to transfer the leftovers into an airtight container or cover the bowl securely with plastic wrap before storing.


Make sure the trout is fully cooked before using it in the recipe. You can bake, grill, or poach the trout until it is cooked through. Remove any bones and skin before using it in the mixture.
The cooked egg yolk should be mashed or finely chopped before adding it to the mixture. Be sure to use only the yolk and not the egg white. Steam the broccoli until it is tender and chop it into fine pieces. This will make it easier for your cat to digest.
When adding the sunflower oil, ensure it is of high quality and suitable for cat s. Some cats may have allergies or sensitivities to certain oils, so it's always a good idea to consult with your veterinarian regarding suitable oil options for your cat.
When serving the pureed mixture to your cat, consider their portion size and adjust accordingly based on their size, age, and dietary needs.
Always monitor your cat while they are eating and ensure they have access to fresh water.
If there are any leftovers, store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to three days. Before serving the leftovers again, check for any signs of spoilage or discoloration. If in doubt, it's best to discard the leftovers.