14 Nourishing Paleo Bone Broth Recipes
Bone broth is one of our favorite drinks! It’s nourishing, warming, filling, and absolutely delicious.
But the first few times you try making bone broth, it can be really daunting. How much bones do you need? What type of bones? How long should you cook it for? Is it gelatinous enough? Can you reuse the bones?
We’ve tried to make it easier for you by finding 15 unique and delicious bone broth recipes below that you can follow step-by-step to produce this delicious elixir.
You can download this list of 15 Paleo bone broth recipes by clicking the green button below (this send you a clickable PDF of this post so that you can keep it handy and refer back to it).
If you don’t have time to make your own Paleo bone broth, don’t worry, you can still get all the benefits of bone broth without lifting a finger. Companies like Kettle & Fire have done all the work for you, creating delicious bone broth concoctions. (If you want to buy bone broth from them, use the promo code PALEOMAGAZINE15 and save 15% off your first order.)
Paleo Bone Broth Recipe Video
Want to see just how easy it can be to make your own bone broth? Check out this super short video from Kettle & Fire showing you all the basics:
The Most Basic Bone Broth Recipe
All 15 Paleo bone broth recipes below build upon this very basic recipe – because, all you need for bone broth really is 1) bones and 2) water. Most people also add a tiny bit of apple cider vinegar (it’s believed the vinegar helps minerals to be extracted from the bones).
Here’s that super simple bone broth recipe:
- 3-4 lbs of bones
- 1 gallon water
- 2 Tablespoons apple cider vinegar
- Add everything to the crockpot (or a large pot if you don’t have a crockpot).
- Cook on low setting in crockpot for 10 hours.
- Cool the broth, strain and pour broth into container.
14 Nourishing Paleo Bone Broth Recipes
The typical Paleo bone broth recipe use beef bones, but you can use chicken bones, pork bones, lamb bones, turkey bones, or even fish bones to make delicious bone broth – it’s a very open-minded drink! So below we’ve got quite a variety of Paleo bone broth recipes for you – check out the chicken feet bone broth recipe if you’re looking for something adventurous.
This crockpot bone broth recipe is easy to make and flavors the broth with a delicate ginger and carrot flavor.
– The Healthy Foodie
Photo Credit: Sonia from The Healthy Foodie
Ingredients: beef marrow bones, salt, pepper, water, whole black peppercorns, pickling spice, Himalayan salt, carrot, garlic, onion, celery rib, fresh parsley.
This amazing broth has the bold flavors of roasted bone marrow but also has a creamy texture. This super smooth broth is great as is or used as a base for delicious Paleo soups and stews.
– My Heart Beets
Photo Credit: Ashley from My Heart Beets
Ingredients: beef marrow bones, white wine, white onion, bay leaf, ginger, celery stalk, whole black peppercorn, sea salt, apple cider vinegar.
This amazing bone broth is very easy to make. After parboiling the bone marrow in white wine, all you have to do is put it in a slow cooker with spices and vegetables and you’ll have a delicious, flavorful broth in no time. You can also freeze the broth in ice cube trays for easier storage and use.
– That Paleo Couple
Ingredients: beef neck bones, celery stalks, red onion, celery salt, pepper, smoked paprika, oregano, water.
Most people are turned off by the idea of beef neck bones, however this recipe turns it into an amazing stewed beef broth. The meat is slow cooked and seasoned to perfection and to top it all off, it’s really easy to make and easy on your wallet. If you see some beef neck bones at your local butcher, then definitely give this recipe a try.
There’s more to cooking than just the meat. This recipe makes use of the bones, tendons, and fat to create an amazing, nutritious broth from goat shoulder. Use butternut squash to sweeten the deal, and you’ll have a great bone broth.
– Primal Palate
Ingredients: apple cider vinegar, bone marrow, knuckles or meaty bones, water.
Create this comforting cup of bone broth by slow cooking it for 24-48 hours. This recipe is best with knuckles to get a really strong flavor for your homemade broth. This Paleo bone broth recipe is really simple and only uses 4 ingredients including water, and that makes it a great recipe to start experimenting from. Try adding your favorite vegetables and spices into the mix.
The delicious flavor and amazing health benefits of a homemade bone broth doesn’t have to take ages to make. This recipe uses a pressure cooker to make a tasty Paleo bone broth in a little over an hour.
This recipe is very simple to make and it uses chicken bones slow cooked in a crock pot to get a very flavorful broth. Make a large batch of this broth and save it in your freezer as it’s perfect for making soups and stews from.
If you don’t have any onion, carrots, or celery, then don’t worry – give this chicken bone broth recipe from Katja a try instead. It uses flavorful herbs to create a simple but delicious broth.
– Paleo Flourish
Ingredients: whole chicken, salt, black pepper, goji berries.
This recipe uses the entire chicken (bones and meat) so you can just add in the whole chicken to the slow cooker if you’re lazy. Or use chicken bones for a more gelatin-heavy bone broth. Add some black pepper and goji berries for a spicy and sweet taste.
If you’re looking for an autoimmune-approved version of this delicious broth, then this one is it. Throw in all your chicken leftovers along with some flavorful AIP ingredients to create a nourishing broth. It’s perfect on its own or as a soup base.
This is a great way to use chicken feet. This recipe slow cooks them for at least 24 hours to get a gelatinous and nutritious bone broth enriched with collagen and minerals. It’s also surprisingly tasty and is definitely a must-try for the health-conscious, adventurous foodie.
– The Paleo Way
Ingredients: coconut oil, celery stalks, onions, carrots, dry white wine (optional), fish carcasses, thyme, parsley, bay leaf.
If you’re looking for something new, this bone broth using fish heads and bones is an amazing alternative to the usual beef or chicken stock. It brings a unique spin to the same gelatinous and delicious bone broth you know and love.
– Real Food Kosher
Ingredients: bones from one fish, water, lemon, onions, celery stalks, carrots, peppercorns, fresh rosemary, bay leaves, dry white wine, parsley, sea salt.
Want to try a slightly different fish bone broth? Then give this one a try – Lisa recommends using bones from white-fleshed non-oily fish for the best results.
I always used to get confused about what to call a stock and what to call a broth, and as it turns out bone broth should really be called bone stock. Both words are used pretty interchangeably now, so just drink this nutritious bone broth and don’t worry about the name.