Easter Fruit Bread

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Recipe is also a great summer bread using a variety of available fresh fruits

This spring inspired fruity birdie bread was a big hit with all our birds!

Easter Fruit Bread:

1 package Harrison's Bird Bread
1 package Tropical Fruit
1 large size egg
1/2 cup extra water
1 tablespoon olive oil or Red Palm Oil
About 10 large fresh strawberries for slicing
paper cupcake liners
(You can also add any fresh fruit your bird enjoys to the mix)

Follow directions on the Harrison's Bird Bread package for preparing your birdie bread with water, egg, and oil. Pour in the extra 1/2 cup of water to the mixture. The fruit will absorb the extra moisture.
Then stir in the package of True Fruit (add as much or as little fruit mix as your bird prefers).
Mix well coating all fruit with the bread mixture.
Pour mixture into mini muffin or cupcake pan and bake at 350 degrees for approximately 25 minutes, or until toothpick comes out clean. Oven temperatures can vary so be sure muffins are done.
Thoroughly cool muffins before serving to your bird. Sprinkle top with slices of fresh strawberries or strawberry pieces.

Ready to serve to your bird when cooled.

Cooked muffins can also be placed into freezer bags and removed daily for a fun treat each day until gone.

This fruity smelling bird bread is springtime in a muffin. Watch your bird enjoy the chunks of mango, pineapple, tangy strawberries, banana, and the sweet coconut in this healthy bird bread mix.