I've never seen a cat food recipe and thought "That sounds pretty good"...until now.

Everyone knows what that canned cat food looks and smells like. It's far from appetizing. But, cats love it. Sometimes companies create really fancy sounding flavors, but have you ever tried cat food like that before? I can't say that I have been curious enough to try it based off of the description of the flavor but I'd be willing to bet that it tastes nothing like the description.

However, Fancy Feast cat food has decided to share some of their recipes with us humans. They have a new line of cat food called Petites that they are really proud of. So Fancy Feast has decided to release a cook book with recipes for humans based on this new line of cat food.

Now, I know what you're wondering, and no...you won't be eating actual cat food.

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The "Fancy Feast Petites Feast Cookbook" is includes 12 single-serve recipes inspired by the new Petites line of cat food. After taking a look at the cookbook, I must say that these cat food inspired recipes actually look pretty delicious! These recipes use things like chicken, salmon, and whitefish which complements the new line of cat food. That way your cat will be eating the same thing as yourself.

Some of these cat food recipes for humans include Chicken and Ramen with Tomato Honey Butter Sauce, Sage Cornbread Chicken Pot Pie, Honey Sriracha Grilled Chicken with Spicy Fried Rice, and Whitefish and Asparagus with Beurre Blanc. There are several other recipes included in this cookbook. The cool thing is that it's actually free to download. You can check out the recipes for yourself by clicking here.

(H/T- Fox News)

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