The AMPA Cookbook is filled with 53 pages of creative and delicious recipes featuring Sukoshi Buta & Friends from Pigxel Art . Feed your pig a healthier diet, and have fun while doing it! Recipes include one ingredient treats, no-bake treats, cookies, birthday cakes, breakfast, lunch, dinner, a natural diet guide, a fodder/sprouting guide, bug repellants, first aid, skin care, urine cleanup, and more! Add on the accessory bundle for extra fun.
Sweet Potato Treats for Mini Pigs
Sweet potato treats are fun and simple to make. A perfect low calorie snack for your mini pig and other pets. There are two ways to make sweet potato treats. You can dehydrate them or cook/bake them. No matter how you choose to prepare sweet potatos for your mini pig, you can offer them plain as these recipes show for a low calorie healthy snack, or you can add coconut oil if you are baking them for added flavor.
Dehydrating sweet potatos has the benefit of storing for longer periods because you pull the moisture out of the food. This will result in a dry crunchy or chewy treat. You can store the dehydrated treats in a sealed container on the counter. Many choose to dehydrate sweet potatos in a food dehydrater. If you don’t have a food dehydrator, you can use your oven on a low setting.
Cooking the sweet potatos is beneficial if you want a faster snack, delicious, soft, and moist treat. Once cooked, they are perishable and will need to be refrigerated if not eaten promptly.
Cut sweet potatos into thin slices
Line a single layer of sweet potato cuts onto your food dehydrator
Follow dehydrator directions for dehydrating vegetables
Place on baking sheet on parchment paper or foil
Place in oven on 225 degrees for 2-3 hours, depending on thickness of cut
Cut sweet potatos to desired thickness and shape (such as sweet potato fries)
Place on baking sheet lined with parchment paper or foil
Bake for 15-30 minutes depending on thickness, until easily punctured with a fork