Delicious, gut healing bone broth can be yours in just under 2 hours!
Why You Need Bone Broth
On a keto diet, the goal is often healing the body. This would include healing the gut, the joints, and other inflammation throughout. One way to assist your body in healing is to drink plenty of nourishing bone broth. Whether you call it “Jewish penicillin” or “Home cooked health”, Grandma had it right. Broth is food for not only the body, but the soul.
Bone broths can be protein sparing, which means that meat goes a lot further when eaten in a broth. This is great on the budget. Bone broths are wonderful for sipping on in the cold winter, too. You can get the benefits of broth in a warming drink.
Other Ways Bone Broths Benefit You
A good bone broth can help the body overcome colds, flu, and other maladies, as well as provide minerals. Bone broths are a good source of sodium, chloride, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and sulphur and are more available in ready to use forms through broth. The gelatin in the bones is also thought to be a good digestive aid.
Bone broths also contain collagen from the bones. Collagen helps form elastin and other compounds within skin that will help maintain skin’s tone, texture and appearance. It is thought that collagen can reduce the signs of aging, puffiness and even diminish wrinkles. The collagen from the bones may help skin, hair and nails become strong and healthy.
Other benefits of a good bone broth are:
- Treat leaky gut syndrome
- Overcome food intolerances and allergies
- Improve joint health
- Reduce cellulite
- Boost immune system
Having bone broth on hand all the time is a good idea, right? Let’s get some made in under 2 hours! You can get directions on how to can your broth here. OR, you can even dehydrate it for ease of travel, camping or backpacking here.
Ways To Make Bone Broth
The instant pot recipe below will give you 3 quarts of delicious, nutritious bone broth in under 3 hours total time.
You can make the bone broth recipe by simmering the bones and vegetables in a heavy bottomed pot for 5-6 hours on low heat, keeping an eye on the water level. Add more water as needed during cooking time.
You can make this beef bone broth in the crockpot as well. Simply follow the directions and add bones, vegetables, seasonings, and water to the crockpot. Turn on low for 5-6 hours, then strain. You will still have the delicious broth that can easily be canned, dehydrated or enjoyed within 3 days.
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- one poiund beef bones, roasted
- 3-4 carrots, washed and unpeeled
- 2-3 celery ribs, cut in 1/2
- 3-4 garlic cloves, crushed
- 2 onions, cut in half
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
- Add roasted beef bones, along with desired vegetables to the Instant Pot.
- Cover with fresh, cold water to the "max" line.
- Close the lid, and set to auto for 2 hours.
- Allow pressure to naturally release.
- When pressure is released, remove the lid and strain out bones and vegetables.
- Add salt and pepper to the broth, stir to combine.
- Store in the fridge for up to 3 days.
|Amount Per Serving||As Served|
|Calories 388kcal Calories from fat 99|
|% Daily Value|
|Total Fat 11g||17%|
|Saturated Fat 5g||25%|
|Dietary Fiber 12g||48%|
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
|Total Fat||Less than||65g|
|Sat Fat||Less than||25g|