So I have to be honest here, I was a little skeptical of this whole homemade bone broth situation. You guys know by now that I’m a dad of two young boys, so I’m all about simplifying things and in the day to day. I know homemade bone broth is something done in restaurants, but I always took the short cut way and bought it at the store–UNTIL NOW.
This bone broth recipe is so easy and the flavors are a true game changer! You can develop the flavor profile in any way that works for you, and you just set it in your crockpot and forget about it. I have now started a large freezer bag where I have started to add extra veggies, stems, onion ends–everything!
Now whenever I make a steak or whole chicken I will save the bones and add to that bag too, and when it’s full it will be time for some bone broth. Eliminating waste and creating some pretty awesome flavors–winning all around!
Enjoy and eat your Hartt out!
- 2-3 pounds of meaty bones, such as beef ribs
- 16 cups water
- ½ cup Apple Cider Vinegar
- 4 celery stalks
- 3 large carrots, halved
- 1 large onion, quartered
- 1 handful fresh parsley
- 3 sprigs fresh rosemary
- 1 jalapeño, seeded and halved
- Sea salt
- Add all ingredients into large crockpot and cover with 16 cups of water, set temperature to low.
- Allow ingredients to sit on low for approximately 12 hours total.
- Turn crockpot off and allow broth to cool. Separate into 3 large mason jars and store in the refrigerator. Use as a base for soup, sauces, pastas and more!