Super Easy Bone Broth Recipe

Posted by Izzi Beresford on

Bone Broth is one of the true nourishing traditions that humans have relied upon for the vast majority of our existence on this earth. It's only in the last 100 years or so that taking time to prepare our food with love, care & letting nothing go to waste has dropped out of our culture in place of fast & nutritionally void convenience foods. We need to breathe life back into these traditions before they are lost for the sake of our health & the health of the generations to come. Bone broth is truly a superfood when it comes to our health. It contains huge amounts of collagen (the glue that holds our body together).
Collagen has been shown to:
  • Strengthen connective tissues like cartilage, ligaments & tendons as well as bones providing structure, strength & stability.
  • Improve skin elasticity and tone, giving skin a hydrated look
  • Support the growth & strength of nails as well as hair
  • Form part of the gut wall, repairing leaky gut & subsequently improving your ability to digest & assimilate other nutrients.
On top of this, bone broth contains calcium & phosphorous at a 2:1 ratio, which is what our body requires to strengthen bones and keep their density.
Our natural collagen production & bone density both decline as we age & therefore our need to get collagen, calcium & phosphorous through diet increases if we want to maintain a healthy body. 
  • 1KG of grass-fed beef bones
  • 1KG of grass-fed lamb bones
  • 2 rosemary stems
  • Filtered water
  • Celtic sea salt
  • Roast the bones until light browned (optional step for extra flavour)
  • Add bones to your pot, we used a pressure
  • cooker but you can use a slow cooker or cook low & slow over a stove.
  • Fill the pot up with water until the bones are just covered
  • Add rosemary stems & salt
  • Leave to cook (pressure cooker takes 4 hours but if your slow cooking you'll need more like 24)
  • Once cooked, decant into jars and store in the fridge - it should become a wobbly jelly like consistency!

We recommend everyone from children to adults gets bone broth in to their weekly diet. It's not only packed full of key building components for a strong and healthy body, but it's also absolutely delicious. Let us know how you get on!


If you struggle to find the time (like we often do) to make bone broth every week, we've got some products that can help you make sure you collagen, calcium and phosphorous levels are kept topped up.