How To Make Bone Broth (It’s ‘Better Than Botox’)
This chicken bone broth recipe is my #1 anti-ageing secret and it’s super easy and affordable to make.
Gelatin that is formed from bone broth collagen helps to improve the elasticity of your skin, erasing wrinkles and diminishing cellulite.
Pressure cooker bone broth is by far the easiest method to make this liquid gold elixir and you should start drinking it everyday because the benefits of bone broth are endless.
Bone broth health benefits include boosting your immune system, reducing inflammation, healing your gut and aiding in weight loss.
Enjoy 1-2 cups of bone broth daily with a generous pinch of pink Himalayan rock salt to get a healthy dose of Vitamins D, K, A & B, as well as, essential amino acids and trace minerals.
- 2–3 chicken carcasses
- 1 kg chicken feet
- 2–3 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
- 2–3 litres cold filtered water
- Place the chicken carcasses and feet into the slow cooker
- Fill with water, covering the bones completely
- Add apple cider vinegar and let sit for 15 minutes (this step pulls the nutrients out of the bones)
- Cover and cook on low for 24 hours (16 hours minimum)
- Let cool and drain the liquid into a large bowl using a strainer to catch any sediment and small bones
- Store in an air tight mason jar and refrigerate for up to a week
This bone broth recipe calls for chicken bones, however you can use fish or beef bones also. You can also use raw or frozen bones in this bone broth recipe. If you cannot get carcasses, you can roast a whole chicken and use the left over bones instead.
This chicken bone broth recipe is very gelatinous and will set like jelly in the fridge. Don’t be alarmed! This is a good thing as it means it is full of gut-healing and immune-boosting collagen and gelatin. Enjoy!
- Category: low carb
- Method: slow cooker
- Cuisine: Ancestral
- Serving Size: 10-15
- Calories: 60
- Sugar: 0g
- Fat: 1g
- Carbohydrates: 0g
- Protein: 5g
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