5 Summertime Recipes Made With Bone Broth
Sweltering heat and summer sun may not have you immediately craving a mug of steaming broth, but warmer weather doesn’t have to keep you from reaping the numerous health benefits of organic bone broth. Thanks to naturally occurring collagen and amino acids, consuming bone broth has been linked to improving digestive health issues such as leaky gut syndrome, supporting joint function, promoting healthy skin and hair, and boosting the immune system.
Don’t skip out on the nutritional benefits of bone broth – this superstar ingredient can be easily incorporated into a variety of summertime favorites, from tasty sides to smoothies. Here are five delicious ways to add bone broth into your warm weather repertoire:
1. Almond Butter & Berry Bone Broth Smoothie
Pro-tip from the bone broth experts: buy your broth in bulk (psst–you can find our 50oz broth bottles at Costco for $9.99) and freeze in an ice cube tray for easy individual portions. Pop them into a smoothie for a nourishing morning pick-me-up.
2. Black Bean Quinoa Salad
If you’re a bone broth fanatic, you probably already know what a difference it makes to cook your grains in bone broth, and this quinoa salad is no exception. This chilled side is fresh and full of flavor–the perfect addition to picnics and cookouts.
3. Coconut Curry Sauce
Refreshing and tropical, this sauce can be drizzled over rice, used when simmering your favorite meats or tofu, or served over vegetables and noodles for an unforgettable noodle bowl. If you like things extra spicy, try adding a few thai peppers while you cook.
4. Lemon and Summer Squash Risotto
The perfect combination of zesty and creamy, this bone broth risotto puts fresh, nutrient-rich summer squash to good use.
5. Bone Broth Cucumber Gazpacho
If you aren’t sipping gazpacho, has summer truly started? Beef bone broth lends a savory depth of flavor to this herbaceous chilled soup, which can be ready in less than 10 minutes for easy backyard entertaining!
Have more summer bone broth favorites? Share them in the comments below!