You can find out all about the benefits of bone broth and how to make it at home in this post. But you may be wondering how you can get more broth broth into your day, so I’ll share two easy ways that I consume bone broth for breakfast.
Bone broth latte
Serves 1, prep and cooking time 5 mins
Yes, a latte without coffee! Bone broth makes a fantastic warming drink when heated with almond milk. But you could experiment with your choice of milk – soy, rice, coconut, dairy.
Using a measuring jug, bowl or cup, add a few tablespoons, or up to half a cup of bone broth then top with enough milk for a total of 1 cup. The broth will be jelly-like if it’s straight from the fridge but it will quickly turn to liquid once warmed.
Use a milk frother to heat it to your preferred temperature or heat it in a saucepan. If using a saucepan, warm it over a low heat without reaching a simmer or boil, then remove from the heat and pour it into a mug and enjoy a warming, comforting, nutrient rich beverage.
Bone broth poached eggs
Serves 1, prep and cooking time 5-10 mins
In a frypan or saucepan heat 1 cup of bone broth to a simmer. Add 1 cup of chopped green leafy vegetables (kale, spinach, silverbeet, broccoli, bok choy etc), stir and then crack 2 eggs into the pan, place a lid on top and gently simmer the eggs until cooked.
Spoon the eggs, broth and veggies into a bowl, top with a pinch of salt and pepper and there you have it, a simple way to add flavour and nutrients to your breakfast.
How do you eat bone broth? Share your ideas below!