Sometimes you just don't have twelve hours to simmer bone broth in your slow cooker. But we've got some good news for you: you only need 30 minutes to enjoy a delicious, hot mug of nutrient-dense bone broth! With our Organic Bone Broth Protein (it's literally just dehydrated bone broth) made from real beef bones, you can easily whip up a batch of bone broth that's just as tasty and good for you as the original!
How to Maximize Your Bone Broth Experience:
- USE UNFLAVORED BONE BROTH PROTEIN POWDER: This is the magic sauce that makes this high-quality bone broth so fast and easy! Natural Force Unflavored Organic Bone Broth Protein is literally just dehydrated bone broth protein (that's it!), so instead of simmering bones for hours, all you have to do is rehydrate and drink!
- MIX UP YOUR VEGGIES: Though this recipe calls for carrots, onion, and celery, feel free to get a little creative! Don't have all these veggies on hand? No worries! Or do you have a different veggie you'd like to throw in the mix? You do you, boo. Swapping out the veggies may affect the flavor slightly, but you can always go back to the original recipe.
- BONE BROTH PROTEIN ALL DAY: Our Bone Broth Protein can be used so many delicious ways (umm n'ice cream, anyone?) so make sure you’re always stocked up!
Real Bone Broth in 30 Minutes or Less
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Recipe Values: Keto, Paleo
Nutrition Facts: 218 Calories, 22g Protein, 11g Net Carbs, 8g Fat
Allergen Info: Peanut-free, seafood-free, shellfish-free, egg-free, dairy-free, soy-free, gluten-free
Required Equipment: Stockpot
Add MCT Oil to a large stockpot. Over medium heat, saute the carrots, celery, and onion until they become translucent.
Add water, apple cider vinegar, and herbs. Bring the pot to a low boil and allow ingredients to cook uncovered for 15 minutes.
Turn off the heat and strain the vegetables out with a ladle or colander.
Add the bone broth protein powder and stir until dissolved.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
STORAGE NOTES: Finished bone broth can be cooled and then poured into mason jars and stored in the refrigerator for up to one week.
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