You’d love to get more bone broth in your diet, but you’re just not quite sure how.
Yes, you know you can sip it straight from the mug, and you still have your grandma’s chicken noodle soup recipe stored in the pantry. But you’ve been there, done that, and you’re craving something new. Something you’d never even think to make.
Creamy Broccoli Soup
Simply roast your vegetables and puree them with chicken bone broth and coconut milk. How easy is that?
Coconut Carrot Soup With Pork Skin, Kale, And Ancho Oil
While the name might sound a tad intense, this soup is incredibly easy to make. Josh of Slim Palate combines carrots, onions, chicken bone broth, coconut milk, and pork fat fpr a smooth, dreamy soup. Top with chicharrones (fried pork rinds) and kale chips for an added crunch.
Creamy Coconut, Broccoli, And Wild Mushroom Soup
There’s nothing more satisfying than a thick, velvety soup when the leaves start to fall. However, most bisques, chowders, and other rich soup use heavy cream as a base – but not this one! Laura Street Kitchen blends chicken bone broth which coconut milk and spinach for an extra layer of creaminess.
Chicken And Mushroom Stew
If you like a thicker soup, here’s a handy trick from Pretend It’s A Donut: To make your recipes gluten-free, simply sprinkle in arrowroot powder instead of flour. That’s exactly what she does in this Chicken and Mushroom Stew recipe, making a thick, rich stew base then topping it off with chicken, leeks, onions, and mushrooms.
Carrot Ginger Soup
If you don’t think your cooking skills are up to pat, there’s hope: This soup is ridiculously easy to make. It requires just six ingredients and a blender to prepare. That Paleo Girl assures you this recipe is fool-proof, quick soup that anyone can make.
Healthy Thy Chicken Tortilla Soup with Sweet Potato
If you love Mexican food but aren’t a fan of the calories, this Healthy, Chicken Tortilla Soup is perfect for you. By combining fresh tortilla strips, fire-roasted tomatoes, cilantro, and shredded chicken, you get all the flavors you crave in one healthy bowl.
Turkey Meatball Kale Soup
This satisfying soup is tabletop ready in a total time of just 30 minutes. Plus, the meatballs are gluten free and dairy free, substituting cassava flour in lieu of breadcrumbs and leaving cheese out entirely. It’s packed with amino acids, veggies, and greens, and is perfect for the whole family.
Unstuffed Cabbage Roll
Traditional Italian cabbage rolls are fun to enjoy, but time consuming. In this recipe, unbound Wellness skips all the unnecessary steps, choosing to prepare her cabbage rolls in one pot. Plus, she points out you can use wither beef bone broth or chicken bone broth in this recipe.
Slow Cooker Crispy Chicken Carnitas
You cab get your daily dose of chicken bone broth on Taco Tuesday. This recipe from Kim’s Cravings uses a slow cooker to combine boneless, skinless chicken broth with red onion and spices. In six to eight hours, your carnitas are ready to be topped with guacamole, salsa, and fresh cilantro.
While surely you’ve tried chicken curry a time or two, have you ever tried salmon curry? In this recipe, Slim Palate combines fish Sauce, fresh ginger, spices, chicken bone broth, and almond butter for a twist on panang curry. While it takes little to no prep time and only 10 minutes to cook, you would swear it was simmering all day.
Traditional Irish Shepherd’s Pie
You know you could make chicken pot pie with chicken broth, but what about shepherd’s pie? This Traditional Irish Shepherd’s Pie by StreetSmart Kitchen is tasty, healthy, and meaty; it pairs well with ground turkey or ground beef.
Keto Brussels Sprouts Gratin
This low carb side dish is packed with heavy cream and mozzarella cheese, making it taste like an indulgence. Full of healthy fats, it’s sure to please a crowd over the holidays or at any family gathering. And best of all? It takes just 30 minutes to prepare.
Easy Quinoa Salad
Quinoa is extremely versatile due to its rich, nutty flavor. For a grain, it’s actually packed with protein, squeezing 8 grams of it in each cup. You can cook quinoa in water, but swapping in bone broth offers an incredible boost in flavor.
Beef And Mushroom Parsnip “Risotto”
If you’re following the keto diet or other low carb diet, you might be missing your favorite grains. But just as zucchini can be made into pasta, parsnips can be made into rice, In this recipe, the Paleo Mom “riced” parsnips before combining bone broth with coconut milk into one creamy dish.