Chicken based Recipes for Cat food

Chicken recipes for cats and many other nutritious and healthy foods for our furry friends. Let’s see how to prepare them.

Our pets have become an integral part of the family and often we would like to give them our foods that we think are tastier and our special dishes that we prepare with much love for our loved ones.

But we have learned over time and above all at the expense of the animal that the products we cook for us or just how we cook them are not always suitable for cats. For this reason we thought that it could be interesting some recipes for the cat based on chicken, very easy and tasty.

Chicken recipes for cats

It doesn’t take much to make our furry friends happy. In addition, preparing a nice chicken-based cat recipe is also very simple. Let’s say that the ingredient that must never be lacking is the love that goes into making it and of this we are sure that it is not lacking.

Anyone who lives with a cat sooner or later falls in love with it, they get to do things that for some go beyond a simple human-animal relationship. That’s why preparing chicken recipes for cats is really the bare minimum and you’ll love doing it too.

In addition, with these delicious dishes, in addition to delighting the palate of your four-legged friends, with the chicken-based recipes for cats you will bring different nutritional values. Chicken, in particular raw chicken, is rich in animal proteins, which contain amino acids that are very useful for optimal cat health.

Chicken being white meat, it will likely not cause digestive problems and even weight gain, as it is low in carbohydrates unlike plant-based food sources. It greatly promotes the cat’s hydration as it has a higher liquid content than dry food, which contains only 10% water.

Even raw chicken bones for cats can be extremely beneficial to their oral health and keep the cat’s teeth and gums healthy. The possibility of administering cooked chicken as well as some of the benefits and values ​​may be lost but it is still appetizing for our animal. Which is why you will find some really delicious, mouth-watering chicken recipes for cats below.

Chicken and pumpkin meatballs


  • 100 gr of chicken meat;
  • 50 gr of pumpkin puree;
  • 1 egg;
  • 25 gr of cheese;
  • 1 spoonful of olive oil;
  • 1 teaspoon of turmeric;
  • 35 grams of rice flour;
  • 100 gr of wholemeal flour;


Let’s start by saying that these meatballs can be stored in the fridge for about 5-6 days or in the freezer for 3 months. Once all the ingredients have been collected, cut the chicken meat into small pieces. We mix all the ingredients, combining the solids well with the liquids, until they become a homogeneous mass, well blended. At this point it is ready to be transformed into the classic form of meatballs, making small balls with the palms of your hands.

The last step is to bread our meatballs with wholemeal flour. Once the breading is finished, they should be placed in a baking dish previously sprinkled with oil and cooked in the oven, already hot at 160º, for about 12 or 15 minutes. When cooked, remove them from the oven and let them cool before serving them to our cat.

Recipes for the cat: raw chicken


  • 200 grams of chicken legs (including bones and skin);
  • 40 gr of chicken heart;
  • 20 gr of chicken liver;
  • 0.40 ml of water;
  • 0.02 g of vitamin B (supplement);
  • 0.02 g of vitamin;
  • a pinch;
  • 0.2 g of taurine.


Before starting the preparation it is necessary to deprive the chicken legs of a good part of the skin that is too oily for the cat and a good part of the bones that are too small which are dangerous. Subsequently a good part of the thighs will have to be cut into small pieces, while the rest of the thighs with bones, liver and heart will have to be ground and possibly at the moment, avoiding a pre-ground and packaged product.

In a medium bowl, mix the vitamin supplements, salt, and water together. At this point we are left with the morsels of meat, the minced meat and bones, and the bowl containing all the remaining ingredients. These three preparations must be mixed very well with each other in a single large enough bowl.

If the quantity seems too much, you can arrange it in a container and place it in a freezer or keep the dish in the fridge for a day or two.

Dehydrated chicken chips

  • 1 chicken breast;
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil;
  • fresh parsley;
  • wholemeal flour.


To proceed with the preparation of these delicious chips for the cat, you will need to cut the chicken breast into small slices or thin strips. Then we will proceed with drying the slices one by one and then brush them with olive oil and pass them in wholemeal flour mixed with finely chopped fresh parsley.

Place the chicken slices in an oiled baking dish and place them in the oven at a medium temperature (about 180º) for about fifteen minutes (until they take on a golden aspect). Then another 15 minutes must heart on the other side. Once cooked, we will remove them from the oven and let the chicken snacks cool until they are at room temperature and then offer them to our cat.

These chicken snacks can be stored in the fridge for up to one week. If instead you put them in the freezer they can last about 3 months.

Frozen chicken yogurt


  • 1/2 bowl of chicken meat;
  • 1 medium-sized carrot finely chopped;
  • 1/2 cup of natural yogurt without sugar or lactose;
  • 1 pinch of turmeric.


Boil the chicken and let it cool to room temperature, once cold, chop it into very small pieces and mix them with the rest of the ingredients, making everything very homogeneous and without leaving lumps. We use a suitable container for ice cream or ice lollies to put our mixture inside and close everything well.

As an alternative to those who do not have ice cream molds, it is possible to use the mold to make ice. Once the suitable state of consistency has been reached, it will be sufficient to remove them from the mold and give them to our kitten. It may seem obvious but it should be emphasized that these jellies are a plus to the cat’s diet, they should not be abused and we could offer them to them on the hottest and most sultry days, but always with caution.

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