Webkinz Recipes

Webkinz Recipes

Webkinz recipes are a great way to enhance the fun of the online Webkinz experience. Pet owners must provide great food and interesting recipes to keep their new pets happy. Just like real pets, these stuffed animals need a good home, a friendly and helpful owner and above all this, delicious food.  Owners are always on the lookout for new delightful food creations; these virtual pets, and their real world counterparts, are voracious and finicky eaters. Making your pet happy takes more and more creative ingredients and there are many great online resources.

Sorting out all the available  recipes can at first be challenging. With dozens of these online toys available, all having their own favorite food, it can sometimes be hard to find the perfect one.  These virtual pets are just like real pets; they like variety in their food, and they don’t all necessarily like to eat the same things. Finding the perfect recipe for your picky toy can be as simple as browsing the internet and looking around for that special ingredient that your animal will be crazy about.

There are three main types of Webkinz recipes: Stovetop recipes are recipes which are cooked as the name suggests, on the stovetop. Sandwich maker dishes are are created with the online sandwich maker. Blender yummies are made of mixed ingredients put into the Webkinz blender. Don’t forget about the delightful Webkinz secret recipes:

Baseball Float

What you need:

o Large mug
o 1 can of ginger ale
o Vanilla ice cream
o Red icing
o Any color food coloring.

What you do:

Start off with the mug. Add Ginger ale until it is about 3/4 full. Add 3-4 drops of your favorite color food coloring. Then stir lightly. Next drop in two scoops of your favorite vanilla ice cream. Use the red icing to draw stitching on the ice cream (just like a baseball!). Throw in a straw and enjoy, yum yum!

These types of culinary creations have a positive effect on the overall health and well being of your virtual animal and are therefore a very important part of properly caring for your toy.

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