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How to Make Chicken Bone Broth in the Crockpot

How to Make Chicken Bone Broth in the Crockpot

How to Make Chicken Bone Broth in the Crockpot

Paleo, Minimal Ingredients, Easy, Must-Have Pantry Staple

Learn how to make chicken bone broth in the crockpot and the best ways to utilize it for all its nutritious benefits.

Hi, Mama! I usually purchase already prepared bone broth, but last week I made this delicious lemon and rosemary whole chicken and had to try making it myself.

Homemade chicken bone broth is not only delicious and nutritious, but it’s also totally budget-friendly!

I’m wondering why I haven’t done this sooner?

How to Make Chicken Bone Broth in the Crockpot is easy to prepare and budget-friendly. Enjoy a cup of this immune boosting and throat soothing broth today!

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Bone Broth – Not a Diet Trend

I know what your thinking – this must be the latest health trend that will shed pounds without effort and build magical muscles in a single sip.

Truth be told there is no magical pill, drink, or surgery that will provide those results overnight. A healthy you starts with you and takes more than a sip of bone broth. If you were hoping for another diet trend, you totally came to the wrong place.

Benefits to Chicken Bone Broth

It’s essential to know while this isn’t a cure-all drink; it has many healthful benefits when consumed daily.

Immune Boosting

Drinking a cup of bone broth a day can help lower your chance of catching the next cold or bug that makes it way into your house.

Soothing

Bone broth on a cold winter day can provide warmth throughout your body and soothe a sore throat. Replace your morning cup of coffee or your next cough drop with some soothing broth instead!

Joint Health

Your finished bone broth should have the right amount of gelatin (the cooked form of collagen). Gelatin provides an amino acid (glycine) that promotes healthy cartilage and soothes joint pain.

Hair, Skin, Nail Support

Drinking bone broth daily strengthens fingernails, increases skin elasticity (meaning fewer wrinkles) and supports healthy hair growth.

While I could list a dozen more benefits of drinking homemade bone broth daily, I’ll leave it here with my top four.

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Making Homemade Bone Broth

There is no wrong or right way to make homemade bone broth. You may prefer to make yours on the stove, in a pressure cooker, or follow my recipe below in the crockpot. Whatever you decide to do – it’ll turn out amazing!

Recipes using Homemade Chicken Bone Broth:

How to Make Chicken Bone Broth in the Crockpot

Learn how to make chicken bone broth in the crockpot and the best ways to utilize it for all its nutritious benefits.

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Ingredients

Equipment

Time needed: 1 day.

How to Make Homemade Chicken Bone Broth in the Crockpot

  1. Place chicken bones into crockpot and add apple cider vinegar.

  2. Cover chicken with water until it is completely submerged.

  3. Cover and cook on low for 12-24 hours.

  4. Allow to cool before removing chicken bones.

  5. Pour broth through a strainer to remove any excess chicken debris if necessary.

Tips & Tricks

  • Your homemade chicken bone broth will keep in the fridge for up to one week.
  • Can for longer storage or freeze in ice cube trays for later use
  • Use your bone broth in recipes or swap it in for any recipe that calls for broth or stock
Chicken Bone Broth

See recipe below for exclusive tips, tricks, and modifications.

Happy Eating!

-Angela


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How to Make Chicken Bone Broth in the Crockpot

Learn how to make chicken bone broth in the crockpot and the best ways to utilize it for all its nutritious benefits.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 day
Calories 6 kcal
Author Angela Blanchard

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Place chicken bones into crockpot and add apple cider vinegar.

  2. Cover chicken with water until it is completely submerged.

  3. Cover and cook on low for 12-24 hours.

  4. Allow to cool before removing chicken bones.

  5. Pour broth through a strainer to remove any excess chicken debris if necessary.

Recipe Notes

  • Your homemade chicken bone broth will keep in the fridge for up to five days
  • Can for longer storage or freeze in ice cube trays for later use
  • Use your bone broth in recipes or swap it in for any recipe that calls for broth or stock
Nutrition Facts
How to Make Chicken Bone Broth in the Crockpot
Amount Per Serving
Calories 6
% Daily Value*
Sodium 1mg0%
Carbohydrates 1g0%
Sugar 1g1%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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