Chicken Bulletproof Bone Broth Recipe
Loaded with nutrients to improve your gut, immune system, skin, and much more, this bulletproof bone broth is just what you need! This recipe for bulletproof bone broth is so easy, you’ll be making it constantly!
What is bone broth?
Bone broth is a liquid that is produced by cooking animal bones and connective tissue in water. The water is typically seasoned with vegetables and herbs to provide additional flavor, vitamins and minerals.
Depending on the method of cooking and length of cooking, the viscosity may vary. Collagen is released out of the bones and joints during the cooking process which makes the liquid thicker and possibly gelatin like when cooled.
What is the Bone Broth Diet?
The Bone Broth Diet is a book by Dr. Kellyann Petrucci. It’s focus is on “Improving gut health and reducing inflammation through balanced nutrition and intermittent fasting.”
It is a 21 day diet that focuses on eating whole foods, collagen rich broths and detoxing from sugar, grains and other toxins. You can pick up her book here from Amazon.
How to make bulletproof bone broth
To make our bulletproof bone broth recipe, blend 1 cup of homemade or top-quality store-bought bone broth (warmed) with 2 tablespoons of salted grass-fed butter until a foamy consistency develops. Serve it immediately!
Can I drink bone broth during intermittent fasting?
It depends on why you are fasting. If you’re fasting for gut health you may not want to add bone broth during your fasting period.
Typically only water, tea, and black coffee are drank during fasting if you are fasting for gut health. If you are fasting for caloric restriction, drinking bone broth during your fasting period is fine.
If you’re interested learning more about intermittent fating, we wrote a post on intermittent fasting for beginners – check it out!
Is bone broth keto friendly?
Most definitely! Bone broth is low in carbs and moderate in fat, which makes it excellent for someone on a keto diet. To really keto this drink up, follow our recipe below to make it a bulletproof bone broth!
What is the difference between bone broth and stock?
Bone broth is made from boiling the bones from animals until collagen and gelatin is released. It becomes gelatinous and thick when cooled. Stock is made by cooking bones with meat in water. It is typically not cooked as long and has a thinner consistency than bone broth.
How often should you have bone broth?
Some sources say that you should drink at 8 to 32 ounces of bone broth per day. We would suggest having bone broth periodically throughout fasting states.
Which is better beef or chicken bone broth?
Both chicken and beef bone broth are great for your gut and immune health as well as tons of other benefits. Depending on the brand, beef bone broth has slightly more carbs and not as much fat as chicken, but there is no drastic difference between the two.
What is the best bone broth?
The best option for a healthy keto bone broth is to make our bulletproof bone broth recipe. High in fat and low in carbs, this shit will definitely help you to remain or get back into fat burning ketosis. Plus all of the other benefits that bone broth has!
Check out our previous bone broth post Bone Broth – Is it Worth the Hype for even more great information!
Try these other bone broth recipes
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- Instant Pot Bone Broth in Pressure Cooker – Low Carb Yum
- How to Make Keto Bone Broth in an Instant Pot – I Breathe I’m Hungry
- AIP Paleo Bone Broth Cabbage Detox Soup – An Edible Mosaic
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Chicken Bulletproof Bone Broth Recipe
- 1 cup bone broth homemade or organic
- 2 tbsp butter salted and grass-fed
- Blend the broth and butter in a blender until foamy.
- Serve immediately.
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