Peanut Omelet with Fruit Salad Recipe


Eggs are a high cholesterol food for Parrots. They should only eat eggs once every 21 days. African Grey parrots should never eat eggs. Dairy is not digestible by Parrots. We occasionally sprinkle a little cheese on top and feed to our new rescues that are not used to eating cooked food. You can leave the cheese out on all these recipes. 1 serving = 1 Parrot


(Use one egg per parrot. In this recipe we are using 18 eggs)

  • 1 cup of frozen mixed veggies
  • 1 egg per serving 8 (used range free chicken eggs if possible)
  • 2 different types of organic apples
  • 2 different types of organic pears
  • ¼ cup of blueberries per severing
  • ½ teaspoon of Italian herb paste
  • ¼ teaspoon per serving of crushed Red peppers
  • ¼ cup of cooked frozen corn per serving
  • 1 teaspoon of rinsed fresh Pomegranate (organic if possible)
  • 4- ¼” inch slices of organic bananas per serving
  • Add 2 tablespoons of cooked mixed frozen veggies per parrot serving
  • ½ teaspoon of roasted peanuts (with no salt per egg)
  • 1 teaspoon of ½ “cut fresh green beans (Well rinsed)
  • 2 Seedless Green grapes
  • ¼ cup serving of diced broccoli tops
  • 1 teaspoon of diced teammates Prague
  • 1 teaspoon of cooked frozen corn per egg
  • ¼ cup of diced fresh or can peaches that have been strained.
  • 2 different types of apples into ¼ “inch pieces
  • 1 can of organic kidney beans rinsed and strained
  • ½ teaspoon per serving of shredded cheese preferably sharp cheese or a three-way Trio cheese
  • ½ cup of cooked Frozen strained peas
  • 3 ¼ “chunks of sliced peaches per serving (1 fresh peach peeled and diced in quarter-inch pieces) or use one can of strained diced peaches
Finished Meal Peanut Omelet with Fruit Salad


  • Use one large stainless steel frying pan.
  • Add one teaspoon of virgin olive oil or peanut oil per two eggs, in 1/8th of a cup of hot water and bring to a boil.
  • Add ¼ teaspoon of Italian herb paste. Mix it into the oil
  • ¼ cup of water, per egg serving. Add water into the pan
  • Add 1 Tbsp. of cooked frozen corn to the oil, and let it simmer before adding the eggs
  • Ad ¼ tsp. per 1 egg serving into the pan
  • Add 4 ¼” pieces of apple, per egg serving
  • Add 1 Tbsp. of diced broccoli tops to the corn and peanut oil or olive oil solution to create simmering corn butter
  • Add your softly scrambled eggs into the pan, and cover for 1 minute on medium heat
  • Add 2 Tbsp. per egg of water, and flip eggs. Cover pan
  • Then in a bowl, mix your diced apples, peaches, rinsed pomegranate and bananas together
  • Add cooked frozen peas into the salad for texture and for foraging color
  • Uncover the omelet dish, and flip over the eggs, and re-cover. Wait 1 minute on low heat
  • Uncover eggs and lightly sprinkle shredded cheese over eggs. Cover. Take off heat for 1 minute
  • Then uncover eggs to cool, and serve 1 Tbsp. per serving of omelet.
  • Add 2 Tbsp. of mixed veggies to the serving bowl
  • Add 2 Tbsp. of mixed fruit

Fruit salad preparation

We recommend all organic fruits and veggies if possible

  • Start by cutting two organic apples in half, and core out the seeds. Then dice them into 1/4 inch pieces, and place them at the bottom of a large bowl
  • Then dice two organic oranges, slice off the peel, and dice them into 1/2 inch pieces. Add them into the bowl with the apples
  • Then take two organic bananas, peel and slice them into ¼ inch pieces
  • Then use ¼ cup of organic seedless grapes (per 2 cups of fruit salad) and rinse well. *(If you have small parrots, you may wish to cut the grapes in half)
  • Then add the grapes into the salad bowl
  • Then take ½ cup organic blueberries, rinse well and add to salad bowl. Take one can of peach chunks, and strain the juice out with a strainer. Then add them to the salad. Mix well and set aside

Serving suggestions

  • All parrots love it when you garnish their meals with sliced almonds or unshelled walnuts, If possible, sprinkle shelled peanuts over the dish as an extra garnish, and also to add more interest to make the parrot forage through their bowl of goodies
  • Serve 1 Tbsp. of your warmveggie mix on one side of the bowl.
  • Then 1 Tbsp. of this specialty dish on the other side of your bowl.
  • Then add 2 Tbsp. of fruit salad mix, making sure that you’re offering at least three pieces of each item
  • Soft billed parrots and especially cockatoos, love organic oatmeal. You may wish to make some organic oatmeal, Then after the oatmeal has cooled down, add in a couple of slices of peaches, or any fresh fruit on top of the oatmeal.
  • Serve your specialty dish warm veggie mix  on one side of the bowl, and on the other side of your bowl, add your fruit salad mix, making sure that you’re offering at least three pieces of each item
  • Finally, on the side put 2 Tbsp. of warm mixed vegetables to your specialty dish. Garnish it well for foraging

Serving time suggestions

Parrots are always hungriest in the morning hours. It is best to serve this to them in the morning. If you do decide to feed them in the evening hours, it’s recommended to poke a dishes out of their cages within one hour after they wake up in the morning, so they’re not eating any spoiled food