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Keto Bone Broth Simple Slow Cooker Recipe

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  Published on February 29th, 2020
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  Last modified October 13th, 2021
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Bone broth soup is rich in collagen, vitamins, and minerals. It is a great way to get in those micronutrients on a ketogenic diet but, store-bought bone broths can get pricey. Instead, try making this keto chicken slow cooker bone broth recipe. It's simple to make and tastes delicious! Throw it in the slow cooker and forget about it. In a day or so, you'll have a tasty broth that can be drunk by itself, added in a soup, or cooked with (try cooking steamed veggies in it!).

Yields5 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time1 dayTotal Time1 day 10 mins
Directions
1

Add the ingredients to the liner of a slow cooker.

2

Fill the pot with enough water to reach the top.

3

Cover with the lid and cook on low for at least 24 hours or for 2-3 days.
Note: You may need to add more water to the slow cooker as the broth cooks to account for evaporation.

4

Once the broth is done, strain out vegetables and bones using a strainer. Pour broth into mason jars for storage.
Note: Don’t fill the broth to the top as you want to allow for expansion when cooled.

5

Lightly place the lid on the jar and let sit at room temperature to cool for several minutes before moving to the refrigerator.
Note: Bone broth can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 5 days or in the freezer for up to 6 months.

6

Enjoy your keto bone broth by itself or use it as a soup base.

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Directions

Directions
1

Add the ingredients to the liner of a slow cooker.

2

Fill the pot with enough water to reach the top.

3

Cover with the lid and cook on low for at least 24 hours or for 2-3 days.
Note: You may need to add more water to the slow cooker as the broth cooks to account for evaporation.

4

Once the broth is done, strain out vegetables and bones using a strainer. Pour broth into mason jars for storage.
Note: Don’t fill the broth to the top as you want to allow for expansion when cooled.

5

Lightly place the lid on the jar and let sit at room temperature to cool for several minutes before moving to the refrigerator.
Note: Bone broth can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 5 days or in the freezer for up to 6 months.

6

Enjoy your keto bone broth by itself or use it as a soup base.

Keto Bone Broth Simple Slow Cooker Recipe

Discussion

  1. Natalie says:

    610 lbs chicken bones, necks, feets, wings, or legs… what is the correct measurement for this, please?

    1. Hi, Natalie. This has been updated. It is supposed to be 6-10 lbs; however, it is showing up as 610 for several people so we just updated the recipe to say 6lbs. Thanks for pointing this out!

    2. Natalie says:

      Thank you! ☺️

    3. Hi, Natalie! You’re very welcome!

  2. MNgirl says:

    I don’t believe that 610 pounds of anything will fit in a home slow cooker. Did you mean 6-10?

    1. Hi MNgirl, thank you for pointing out this issue. While the recipe is listed on our end as 6-10 pounds, we are seeing that on your end, it is showing up as 610. I have updated the recipe now to just say 6 lbs. Thanks again!

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