Homemade bone broth

I’ve always wanted to try and make my own bone broth but for whatever reason found myself intimidated by the process.

Well let me just tell you there is really no process and it couldn’t be simpilar.

All you need is about 6 beef bones you can find them in some grocery stores in the meat section or if you have a butcher ask there.

On a cookie sheet lay the bones along with 4 cut up carrots, 3 ribs of celery and a whole small can of organic tomato paste along with a pinch of salt and pepper.

Roast this for about an hour at 350F.  After that transfer everything to a crock pot and fill with 8-10 cups of water, 2 bay leaves, 1 teaspoon of garlic powder, 1/2 teaspoon of thyme, salt and pepper.  Cook on high for about 4-6 hours.

Afterwards strain off the broth and you have a delicious healthy bone broth.  This can be frozen for later or used right away.  If you plan on using it the same day or next save those good roasted vegetables for a soup and your puppies will be happy for the bones.


If you’d like the recipe for the soup above here ya go.


You’ll need:

One large cooking pot

4 chicken thighs with skin and bones

1 onion cut up

6 cut up carrots

1 Tablespoon of parsley

2 Tablespoons of salt

1 and 1/2 teaspoons of black pepper

1 teaspoon of thyme

dash of ground sage

1Tablespoon of olive oil

3 good handfuls of cut up kale

1 cup of quinoa

3 potatoes

2 cups butternut squash

bone broth (about  8 cups whatever is left from the crockpot)

8 cups of water

Sauté  this together( except the quinoa, kale, carrots, potatoes, butternut squash and water) for about 30 minutes

Add 8 cups of water and let it all cook together for about 30 minutes you want all the flavor from the chicken skin.

Remove chicken and debone and remove the skin and add chicken meat back to the pot


Next Add:

6 cut up carrots with skin left on

3 potatoes skin left on

3 good handfuls of cut up Kale

2 cups butternut squash

1 cup of quinoa

All the bone broth and veggies from above bone broth recipe.

Cook in a large pot on stove top for about 1 hour on low – medium.


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