Bone Broth Chicken Soup
Remember when you were a kid, and you’d be stuck in bed with a cold and your mom fed you chicken soup?
Don’t you think that’s because her mom fed her chicken soup?
Well, great grandmas know best and they knew that bone broth is the best food to help fight colds and to get you back on your feet faster.
If chicken bone broth can do that, then we know we should all eat it more.
But how do you get your kids to eat bone broth when they’re not sick?
You make THIS recipe!
It’s such a simple soup, loaded with sweet carrots and not much else that our daughter said, “This is my favorite chicken soup ever because it doesn’t have a lot of vegetables that I don’t really like but just eat anyway”.
Good thing that all works out because this soup calls for 4 cups of bone broth and that’s what I want to get into my kids more than anything right now.
Bone broth is the hottest superfood right now, AKA liquid gold, that even helps reduce allergies by helping to seal leaky gut.
Here’s a quick recipe overview video so that you see this for yourself:
How to make Bone Broth
Bone broth is inexpensive and easy to prepare because you use bones that you were probably going to just throw away.
This time, I used chicken carcasses from a whole chicken I had cut up.
I put them in my crock pot and let the bone broth make itself.
I use my recipe and recipes from Dr. Bone Broth herself, Dr. Kelyann Petrucci.
Your kids will eat this up!
Besides the bone broth (your kids won’t even recognize they’re eating) the carrots in this recipe will have them eating this soup up!
Carrots are not only good for your eyes but also help balance your blood sugar levels and boost your immune system.
Carrots contain high amounts of soluble fiber, largely from pectin, which could be the reason they’ve been shown to lower cholesterol. Participants who ate about a cup of carrots each day for three weeks lowered their blood cholesterol levels, a U.S. government study found. – 6 Surprising Health Benefits to Eating Your Carrots.
This time, I skipped the onion in this recipe and didn’t put the parsley because our daughter’s allergies have been acting up and the soup still tasted fantastic (even for us parents).
The kids drank up so much of the bone broth that I set more to be made in my crock pot so that I could add more broth to the leftovers.
Will you try this bone broth soup? What of it was Doctor’s orders? 😉
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