Viral TikTok Shows How to Bake Irresistible Christmas Cookies for Cats!

Get ready for a festive treat that your feline friends will adore this Christmas season! On November 26, TikTok user Furry Fritz (@furryfritz) shared an adorable and simple recipe for homemade Christmas cookies specially crafted for cats.

The 14-second TikTok video not only features some adorable felines but also a straightforward guide to making these tasty holiday snacks. The recipe is quick, easy, and uses only a handful of ingredients: a can of tuna, an egg, some butter, and 0.1-0.2 cup of potato flour.

@furryfritz A furryfritz classic 👩🏻‍🍳🍪😻 Baking Christmas cookies for cats! #furryfritz #catographer #cats #christmascookies #catdiy #catfood #cutecats #funnycats #kittycat #catcooking ♬ original sound – furryfritz

Recipe to Make Christmas Cookies for Cats

To make the cookies, you start by mixing eggs and butter, then adding in the flaked tuna. Next, use a hand mixer to gradually incorporate the potato flour until a dough forms. Roll out the dough on a floured surface and use cute cat-shaped cookie cutters to shape your treats. Bake them at 356° F for about 15 minutes, and voilà – delightful cat cookies!

Once cooled, these cookies were an instant hit with the cats in the video, eagerly waiting in the kitchen during the baking process. Furry Fritz also shared the recipe details in the video comments for enthusiastic viewers.

The video received an enthusiastic response, with many TikTok users expressing their excitement to try the recipe. Some joked about the kitchen’s aroma post-baking, while others considered alternative ingredients like ground chicken.


Understanding Which Human Foods Can Be Harmful to Cats

However, it’s important to remember that not all human foods are safe for cats. Foods like onions, garlic, raw eggs, meat, and chocolate can be harmful to them, as advised by Hills Pets. Luckily, these tuna cookies are cat-friendly and have clearly won the approval of Furry Fritz’s feline family.

So, if you’re looking to include your cats in this year’s holiday festivities, these homemade Christmas cookies could be the perfect addition to your seasonal baking!


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