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7 Bone Broth Recipes for Weight Loss and Vibrant Skin

Anyone with a desire to feel and look younger, then bone broth is the solution. It’s basically made up of animals’ connective tissues and bones. These make up a stock. The stock contains collagen, gelatin, and amino acids. The Bone broth diet is packed with skin-tightening collagen components, fat-burning nutrients, and anti-inflammatory and gut-healing properties.

Bone broth recipe is the simplest to prepare. Less time is required in preparation as compared to other diets that involve a lot of preparation and cooking, hence less time in preparation and more in enjoying the meal.

For a healthier, slimmer, younger and happier life, consider bone broth diet in your meals. Healthy gut aids in weight loss and skin improvements.

Who is fit for the bone broth diet?

Whoever is interested in improving their health, looking younger and losing weight then bone broth is the best diet. The recipe is fit for combating inflammation and healing the gut. The gut is the major root of health. As a result, the bone broth has improved symptoms for high blood pressure, diabetes, skin condition, and mood swings.

Bone Broth Base recipe

Fill a stock pot with bones. Cover with clean water up to about 3 inches below the crock pot top. Pour in 3 tablespoons of vinegar plus some pepper (if desired) and salt.

Let it boil and then simmer in the crock pot at low heat at least 24hrs. If you notice in 2-3 hrs some foam rising to the top, use a spoon to skim it off. Strain the bones out after 24 hours and use the broth for the following recipes.

Top bone broth recipes


It is the simplest recipe to prepare as it requires fewer ingredients. The basic ingredients include animal bones, apple cider vinegar, and water. It’s recommended to obtain the bones from a clean trusted source.

Bones from organic meat is highly recommended as compared to those obtained from animals treated with antibodies.

1. Bone Broth Soup for Breakfast

Many people prefer consuming hot foods e.g. oatmeal and coffee for breakfast. Considering soup for breakfast isn’t a crazy thing. In fact, it’s a comfortable meal with lots of healing in it. People who consume bone broth for breakfast especially on an empty stomach have an extra healing benefit over it. In addition, apart from the soup proving a drinking feeling, it contains proteins hence more satiating than drinking flavored water.


• 2 cups of bone broth

• lemon juice

• 1 egg

• 1 sweet potato (just a small size)

• Pepper

• Salt

• 1 teaspoonful olive oil

• Garnish with parsley (optional)


i. Chop 1 sweet potato into small size (cubes).

ii. Take the cubes and put them in a bowl containing olive oil.

iii. Roast them for 20min-30min at 400 degrees.

iv. While the potato is still boiling, mix your broth with salt and lemon juice in a pot and heat them. Make sure that you put enough salt in the broth for the perfect flavor.

v. Take a small bowl and crack the egg into it. Sprinkle some salt. 

vi. Slide the egg gently into the simmering soup. 

vii. Let it simmer for around 3-4 minutes. If you notice whites spreading from the yolk while they cook, fold the white back in.

viii. Take the roasted potato and place on a bowl and lay the egg gently on top of it. Pour your soup over everything. You can now enjoy your breakfast. 

2. Chicken Zoodle Soup


• 1 onion, finely chopped

• 3 finely chopped celery

• 3 minced cloves garlic

• 2 finely sliced carrots

• 4 cups of bone broth

• Finely chopped or shredded leftover chicken

• 1 tbsp olive oil

• Salt

• 1-2 zucchini which are spiralized into “zoodles”


i. Take the olive oil in a pot and heat. Add garlic, onion, and celery. By stirring, cook until the onions become soft and translucent. They should not turn to dark brown.

ii. Add the carrots and broth and let it simmer up to 20 minutes.

iii. Add the chicken till its heated through.

iv. Add the zucchini spirals. Let it simmer for 2-5 minutes for softness impartment.

v. Add salt

vi. Enjoy you meal.

3. French Onion Soup

It uses few ingredients hence simple to make. Traditionally it was made from beef stock but nowadays any bone broth is able to make a delicious French Onion Soup.


• 4 yellow onions large in size

• 7 cups of bone broth

• Pepper

• 1 teaspoon of freshly chopped thyme

• Salt 

• 2 tablespoon of coconut oil


i. Slice the onions into thin slices. Take a stock pot and put the coconut oil in it and add the sliced onions. Cook it under moderate heat for around 30 minutes while frequently stirring it. The onions should turn slightly golden brown and not dark brown.

ii. Pour in the bone broth after the onions have slightly caramelized. Add salt and thyme.

iii. Let it simmer up to 45 minutes to ensure the merging of flavors.

iv. Your meal is ready for serving.

4. Vietnamese Noodle Soup

This type of soup contains flavors and is filling, hence making it feel exotic and sumptuous.


• Rice noodles

• 2 cups of bone broth

• Shredded cooked pork or chicken

• 1 smashed garlic clove 

• 1-inch grated chunk of ginger 

• 1 tablespoon of soy sauce

• 1 tablespoon of hoisin sauce 

• Cilantro 

• Lime wedges

• Mint 

• Sriracha

• Chili (Optional)


i. Simmer bone broth, garlic, and ginger in a pot for about 10mins. The heat should be medium temperature.

ii. Add fish sauce, soy sauce and hoisin sauce.

iii. Add enough salt while tasting the broth for flavor.

iv. Cook rice noodles in broth as per the package directions.

v. Add shredded pork or chicken and wait until it is heated.

vi. Spoon it into bowls, adding mint, cilantro, sriracha and lime wedges as garnishes.

5. Bone Broth Burgers

If you aren’t interested in the soup then bone broth burgers are the best alternative for you.


• 1 pound ground pork, beef, turkey or chicken

• 2 tablespoon of olive oil

• sliced yellow onions

• 1 cup of bone broth

• Pepper

• Salt


i. Combine meat with pepper and salt, making 4-6 patties.

ii. Put the oil in a skillet and heat. When the oil starts to smoke, add burgers.

iii. Take the onions and put them next to the burgers that are in the pan.

iv. Flip the burgers and then cook through as per your preferences. Remove them from the pan.

v. Add bone broth into the onions that are left in the pan. Boil the broth plus the onions under a medium-high heat until broth reduces to leave a thickened sauce. 

vi. Spread the sauce over the burger. Eat it over sautéed greens.

6. Parsley + Cilantro


This bone broth recipe has an Asian flavor because of the Cilantro effect. Cilantro aids in eliminating heavy metals such as mercury from the body slowly. Parsley is rich in vitamins (A, B and C) thus important in immunity of the body.


• 1 tablespoon of fresh minced parsley

• 1 tablespoon of fresh minced cilantro

• Celtic sea salt

• 1 cup of bone broth


i. Put bone broth, parsley, cilantro and salt in a saucepan.

ii. Boil the mixture.

iii. Reduce the heat and let it simmer for around 5 minutes.

iv. Serve it in a mug and enjoy.

7. Ginger + Turmeric

It’s a super herbal additive bone broth. Inclusion of ginger is a sure natural medicinal value. It treats the stomach, circulation, and intestines. Turmeric, on the other hand, is a blood purifier, natural pain reliever, and decongestant.

This combination is pure medicinal bone broth hence improves the health standard of the individual. 


• 1 cup of bone broth

• Salt 

• 1 teaspoon of ground ginger

• 1 teaspoon of ground turmeric


i. Put the bone broth, turmeric, ginger and salt in a sauce pan.

ii. Bring it to boil.

iii. Reduce the heat and let it simmer for 5 minutes.

iv. Serve it in a mug and enjoy it.

For your gut improvement in terms of healthy, wonders are done by the bone broth. Gut healing will though take a bit of time but to improve this you may add some good probiotics.

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