One of the winter favorites for birds (which include chickadees, blue jays, juncos, starlings, cardinals and sparrows, as well as others) is corn bread.
Mix all ingredients and bake at 350 degrees F for 35 minutes. When done, corn bread can be placed in a feeder or leave it in a large piece and put it in a mesh onion bag and hang from a branch or feeder.
By Jodi from Aurora, CO
I've done this for years and is a favorite in my yard. All the critters from the birds to the squirrels to the chipmunks lineup for their turn to nibble. I end up putting out up to 10 different feeding spots to accommodate everyone. This is of course why I never get anything done. Lol, but to see the animals enjoy it so much and keep coming back for more is well worth my time.
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Make the cornmeal according to the directions on the back of the box. Before baking the mix, add the egg, crushed with the shell for extra calcium. Bake according to package directions. Crumble the cornbread and combine with birdseed. Press into muffin tin.
Put treat into an extra seed cup for your pet bird. Don't be surprised if your bird doesn't take to it right away - birds are very cautious about trying new foods.
For wild birdseed treats, use seed for wild birds instead of your seed that you use for your pet bird.
Jenny in KY