Bulk Recipes and Budget Meals

Most of the e-mails I receive about cooking for pets mention how time-consuming and expensive it can be. I'm here to tell you that it doesn't have to be that way. If you set aside a couple of hours for cooking 1 or 2 days a month, you can easily prepare a month's worth of food for your cat. and if you start shopping with recipes in mind, then you can buy turkey, tuna, eggs, fish, and other common ingredients in bulk when you see them on sale.

An unopened can of tuna will keep for quite some time. Parmesan cheese can be stored in the freezer for up to 6 months. the same goes for dry pasta—when I see it on sale at the market, I often buy six to ten boxes. if you keep all this in mind, you will find that the cost of cooking for your pet drops dramatically. and learning to do it all in 1 or 2 days a month will make the experience enjoyable for you and your cat.

Here is a recipes that don't require a lot of prep time. Plus, they're all simple to make. Divide these dishes into single-serving portions, Seal them in vacuum-sealed food storage bags, and toss them in the freezer for up to 3 months. I like to combine these recipes with a cat's regular kibble in place of canned cat food. These recipes are no-fail, so have fun and be creative.

Sassy Salmon Bake Tuna and Pasta Casserole Chicken and Greens
Shrimp Remoulade Thai Seafood Dinner Purrfect Pasta
Whole Roaster Chicken for a Big Meal Fancy Fish Balls  





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