The Pie & Tau diet

Cats & Healthy cooking.

Feline Chef





Fully raw fast food

Probably tastier that it looks.

Squash and broccoli with almondpesto

So, finally a lunch that neither Pie or Tau found interesting. It’s completely green and raw.

You’ll need:

  • one zucchini
  • 1/3 broccoli
  • slices of celery

Slice the zucchini with a cheese grater or potato peeler. Ideally the slices should remind you of fettuccini strands.

Then add small bouquets of broccoli.


  • chopped almonds (the leftovers from the almond milk work great)
  • basil
  • salt
  • pepper
  • two tablespoons of olive oil
  • one teaspoon of apple vinegar

Mix everything, and lunch is done!



Haha they don’t care at all about this lunch. Ps. to make it more stuffing make a powerful smoothie as a complement. This one contains: 1 granny smith apple, 1 celery slice, 1 banana, 2 kiwis, a small dose of ginger and almond milk.

Homemade almond milk

  • 1 cup of soaked almonds
  • 4 cups of water
  • one tablespoon of honey

Try soaking the almonds overnight.

Mix all ingredients with a blender and then use a fine strainer.

The milk will last for a week and is great for non diary smoothies! It’s also free from cholesterol.

Ps. Neither Pie or Tau likes this at all. But Pie don’t mind assisting me anyways.


Cooking for cats?

The Pie & Tau Diet.


I’m a nursing student and a proud mother of two Devon Rex cats, Pie and Tau. Me and my husband had been longing for cats for quite some time, and after being married we got Pie and Tau instead of a fancy honeymoon  (we enjoy the simple things in life).

If you have a devon rex yourself you might know that preparing dinner can be quite a project with a devon in the house. Especially if you happen to have an open kitchen. We jokingly say that getting a devon rex is great for someone who needs to be on a diet. You won’t be able to eat undisturbed! However there are food (greens) that even a devon won’t bother about…let’s find out more about which meals that are safe for the crazy catlady.