We don’t sell the Fat Bird anymore, sorry!

We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

We did once and we had fun. But we've moved on. These things happen. We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

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Fat Bird
Don’t pretend you dispose of leftover cooking fat responsibly. You chuck it down the sink, naughty. And so does everyone else judging by the state of our glunged-up sewers. With this planet-hating fact in mind, allow us to present, with a tweet and a peck, Fat Bird.

Fat Bird Fat Bird Fat Bird

Pour in left over fat

Add seeds and string

Refridgerate to set

Fat Bird

Yummy treat

This charming little kit lets you get rid of excess fat by using it to make cakes for birds (feathered variety, obviously). Simply place the string in the reusable funny feet mould, pour in your cooled fat, add the included seeds and pop the entire shebang in the fridge. Once it’s solid, turn out your cake, hang it in the garden and watch in eco-friendly glee as the birds peck away.

The entire family will love making fat cakes. What’s more, you can bulk out your cakey creations with kitchen scraps (nothing too salty, mind). Your branches/windowsill will soon become the in-place for all manner of tweeting wildlife *insert Stephen Fry joke as required*. Best of all you can tell everyone you ordered a Fat Bird off the internet.

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Product info

Fat Bird
Don’t pretend you dispose of leftover cooking fat responsibly. You chuck it down the sink, naughty. And so does everyone else judging by the state of our glunged-up sewers. With this planet-hating fact in mind, allow us to present, with a tweet and a peck, Fat Bird.

Fat Bird Fat Bird Fat Bird

Pour in left over fat

Add seeds and string

Refridgerate to set

Fat Bird

Yummy treat

This charming little kit lets you get rid of excess fat by using it to make cakes for birds (feathered variety, obviously). Simply place the string in the reusable funny feet mould, pour in your cooled fat, add the included seeds and pop the entire shebang in the fridge. Once it’s solid, turn out your cake, hang it in the garden and watch in eco-friendly glee as the birds peck away.

The entire family will love making fat cakes. What’s more, you can bulk out your cakey creations with kitchen scraps (nothing too salty, mind). Your branches/windowsill will soon become the in-place for all manner of tweeting wildlife *insert Stephen Fry joke as required*. Best of all you can tell everyone you ordered a Fat Bird off the internet.