Organic Bone Broth Recipes: 26 Easy Ways to Cook with the Gelatin Rich Elixir
Looking for creative ways to incorporate nutrient-rich bone broth into your diet? Here are 26 of our favorite organic bone broth recipes to get you started.
Regular doses (at least 8 ounces a day) can heal leaky gut syndrome, detoxify your liver, support your immune system, boost your metabolism, improve your joint health, aid weight loss, reduce cellulite, and transform your derma into gorgeous, glowing skin. What’s not to love?
I usually take my bone broth in a mug (as a warm drink) with a little lemon juice and a sprinkle of salt and pepper. Delicious!
The only problem I run into with my beloved boney brew is that sometimes, I fall into the routine of consuming it the same way over and over and over again. Of course that’s not an issue if you’re the kind of person that can eat the same thing everyday, but it’s excruciatingly boring if you’re a foodie like me.
Getting bored with the real foods that keep you healthy and happy is the quickest way to fall off the health wagon. So, in order to avoid going down that road, let’s discuss some creative ways to cook with organic, healthy bone broth, to avoid getting bored.
Aside from all of its amazing health benefits, one of the best things about bone broth is that it’s extremely versatile. If you don’t feel like tossing back a mug today, tomorrow, or the next day, you don’t have to because there are at least 25 other creative, tasty ways to consume it.
26 Organic Bone Broth Recipes That We Love
Whether you purchase bone broth or make homemade bone broth, here are 26 of our favorite organic bone broth recipes – delicious ways to get it into your system.
1. In a soup (substitute bone broth for the liquid)
Replacing chicken broth with organic chicken bone broth is a great way to turn regular recipes into nutrient-dense meals. This Egg Drop Soup is packed with protein and can be made in 15 minutes—a fun alternative to traditional chicken soup.
2. In a stew (substitute bone broth for the liquid)
Nothing beats a crockpot meal on busy days. Simmer this Slow Cooker Beef Stew on low heat for a few hours, then enjoy it all week long! Substitute beef bone broth for beef broth for additional nutrients.
3. In a gravy (substitute bone broth for the liquid)
Is there anything more comforting than a nourishing gravy recipe? Swap chicken stock for bone broth to complete this Paleo Gravy, served over mashed cauliflower.
4. In pizza sauce (add in a few splashes of bone broth)
Add some flavorful depth and a huge boost of nutrients to this homemade Pizza Sauce by adding a few splashes of your favorite bone broth! Pick up pre-made cauliflower crust at your grocery store then top with sauce for a quick and easy meal.
5. In a mayonnaise (add the dehydrated powder or a splash of liquid as a flavoring agent)
Store-bought mayo isn’t always the healthiest condiment, but this Foolproof Homemade Mayo is paleo and Whole30 compliant. Add a splash of bone broth to make it even more nutritious!
6. In a marinade
Add a few Bone Broth Ice Cubes to your favorite marinade recipe for added flavor and nutrition. All you need to do is add a few fresh herbs to the broth, then freeze.
7. In a brine (replace water with bone broth)
By replacing the water with bone broth in this recipe for Brined & Pan Seared Pork Chops, you can add extra nutrients to a delicious and easy meal. The minimal cooking time is perfect for busy weeknights.
8. In a glaze (add the dehydrated powder or a splash of liquid as a flavoring agent)
The best breakfast flavors in one glorious glazed donut—these Paleo Maple Bacon Donuts are sure to be a hit next time you serve brunch. Simply add a splash of bone broth to the glaze mixture.
9. In a coffee creamer (add a little bit to your raw, grass-fed cream/ or non-dairy creamer)
While bone broth can be a great replacement for your morning coffee on its own, why not combine the best of both worlds? Add a bit of broth to this Coconut Milk Coffee Creamer to elevate your morning cup of Joe.
10. In a mashed potato dish
Mix up your regular old mashed potato dish with this Purple Potato & Cauliflower Colcannon! The Irish staple staple gets an upgrade with a splash of nutrient-rich bone broth.
11. In a mashed cauliflower dish
12. In a cauliflower rice dish (use half gluten-free tamari and half bone broth)
Are you sensing a cauliflower theme here? This Fried Cauliflower Rice is perfect for replacing rice on a grain-free diet. Use half gluten-free tamari and half bone broth (instead of soy sauce) to complete the dish.
13. In a cashew nut cheese (sub the olive oil for bone broth)
Combine roasted cashews with garlic cloves and nutritional yeast to make this 5 Minute Cashew Cheese Sauce, ideal for dipping vegetables or topping pasta. Simply sub chicken bone broth for chicken broth.
14. In a soaked refried beans dish
Pinto beans coated in stewed tomatoes, taco seasoning, butter and sea salt make up this comforting Old-Fashioned Refried Beans Recipe. Swap bone broth for filtered water to kick the flavor up a notch.
15. In a salad dressing
Add apple cider vinegar and olive oil to homemade bone broth to complete this Salad with Bone Broth Dressing. Perfect for upgrading your desk lunch! Store extra in mason jars to use throughout the week.
16. In a green juice (add in ½-1 C)
Adding just half a cup of bone broth to your favorite green juice can instantly upgrade an already delicious, nutritious concoction. This Green Juice recipe calls for a blend of fresh fruits and vegetables, loaded with vitamins and minerals.
17. In a stuffing (to moisten the Paleo bread cubes)
What better way to moisten your Thanksgiving stuffing than with nourishing bone broth? Swap the turkey or chicken stock for bone broth to make this Grain-Free Thanksgiving Stuffing.
18. In a mug, as a warm drink
Not only can you drink straight up homemade bone broth, but the options for customized your brew are endless. From spicy to smokey, here are 10 Easy Ways to Drink Your Bone Broth (and here’s how to make bone broth).
Bone broth at room temperature is great, but did you know you can also freeze it? Here’s How to Store Bone Broth in ice cube form, in case you want to save it to use in a recipe later!
20. As a dehydrated powder (you can also add this to smoothies or use it as bouillon)
Bone broth powder is bone broth made from marrow bones that has been dehydrated at a low temperature then turned into a powder. Use bone broth in this Dehydrated Beef Broth recipe to mix into a smoothie, juice or soup. Just be sure it’s made from grass-fed animals!
21. As a replacement for water to steam veggies
Swap water for bone broth in this tutorial for How to Steam Veggies. Simple, yet delicious!
22. As a replacement for water to cook wild rice (you get to use dehydrated bone broth in this one as well!)
One of the easiest ways to use bone broth in your cooking is using it while cooking rice. This Bone Broth Rice recipe is a perfect example of how to amp up the flavor and nutrition of any rice dish!
23. As a replacement for water or milk in fluffy scrambled eggs (or a frittata dish)
Skip the milk next time you whip up scrambled eggs for breakfast and opt for bone broth instead! Start your day on the right foot with this Scrambled Eggs recipe.
24. In a braised veggie dish
You may have heard about braising meat, but have you ever tried Braised Vegetables? They cook in a fraction of the time, and are especially delicious when braised in bone broth!
25. In a braised meat or poultry dish
Using bone broth is an obvious way to braise a meat or poultry dish and add extra nutrients. This Balsamic Braised Pot Roast recipe has a good fat profile and is full of flavor. Make in a crockpot or a large stock pot on the stovetop, depending on how much time you have to prep.
26. In a cool, electrolyte-replenishing drink (after a workout)
Bone broth is the ultimate post-workout recovery drink thanks to the amino acids that build muscle mass, while burning fat. The electrolytes in this Smoothie with Spirulina also help replenish proper fluid levels.
Include More Bone Broth in Your Diet
If you don’t happen to like drinking it straight up like I do, or if you’re trying to get as much as you can into your spouse and kiddos to keep them bulletproof, you can absolutely use some of these organic bone broth recipes to get more bone broth into your diet.
You might have to get a little creative and experiment with some new cooking techniques, but I promise you, none of these are particularly challenging. That’s actually why I love them and listed them. They’re simple and enjoyable—that’s my jam.