Chicken and Rice: 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 combines cooked chicken breast, cooked long-grain rice, mashed hard-boiled egg, olive oil, salt substitute, and a crushed multiple vitamin-mineral tablet. The ingredients are mixed together in a large bowl, ensuring thorough combination. The mixture is then divided into meal-size portions and served in your pet's favorite bowl. It is important to consider your pet's dietary needs and adjust portion sizes accordingly. This recipe provides a source of protein from the chicken breast, carbohydrates from the rice, and added nutrients from the vitamin-mineral tablet. As always, consult with a veterinarian to ensure the ingredients and portion sizes are appropriate for your pet's specific needs.


  1. 1/3 pound chicken breast (boneless and cooked)
  2. 1/3 cup long-grain rice (cooked)
  3. 1 egg (hard boiled and mashed)
  4. 2 teaspoons of olive oil
  5. 1/8 teaspoon salt substitute
  6. 1 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet (crushed)


  1. Gather all the ingredients.
  2. Take a large bowl.
  3. Place all the ingredients in the bowl.
  4. Mix the entire list of ingredients together, using your hands to ensure they are thoroughly combined.
  5. Once the mixture is well mixed, divide it into meal-size portions.
  6. Serve each portion in your pet's favorite bowl.
  7. Make sure the portions are appropriate for your pet's dietary needs and adjust accordingly.
  8. Serve the meal to your pet when they are ready to eat.


Ensure that the chicken breast is boneless and thoroughly cooked before using it in the recipe. It should be fully cooked to ensure it is safe for your pet to consume.
Use long-grain rice that is already cooked for this recipe. Make sure the rice is cooled down before mixing it with the other ingredients.
When mashing the hard-boiled egg, make sure it is completely mashed to avoid any large chunks.
Use the specified amount of olive oil, but be mindful that excessive oil may not be necessary for your pet's health. Adjust the amount of olive oil according to your pet's dietary needs.
If using a salt substitute, ensure it is a safe and appropriate alternative for your pet's diet. Consult with a veterinarian if you have any concerns about the ingredients.
Crush the multiple vitamin-mineral tablet before adding it to the mixture. Make sure the tablet is suitable for your pet's consumption and consult with a veterinarian for appropriate dosage.
Serve the meal-sized portions according to your pet's dietary requirements and adjust the portion sizes if necessary.
Monitor your pet's reaction to the ingredients and the meal, and make any necessary adjustments based on their preferences and dietary needs.