6 Easy Ways to Use Bone Broth in Your Everyday Cooking

6 Easy Ways to Use Bone Broth in Your Everyday Cooking

One of the most common questions I hear is about how to use bone broth for health and wellness

The best approach is to begin making bone broth a regular part of your diet. Don’t think of it as a prescription for a specific dosage, like you would a standard medicine.  Instead, start to add broth into your cooking routines.   Think of it like greens – it’s good to have some regularly.  And the more often, the better. 

According to Julie McCloskey, a Certified Holistic Nutrition Coach and a monthly subscriber to Mountain Meadow Bone Broth:

The benefits of bone broth are vast, strong, and backed heavily by research. It should be a staple in most people’s diet, especially if you are recovering from an illness or injury. I drink some every morning and it provides a great focus and balance that lasts all day.

Or course you can make soups and stews.  Also, sipping a cup of broth in the afternoon or making my broth breakfast recipe once a week are great ways to enjoy bone broth.

But the easiest way to add Mountain Meadow Bone Broth to almost any meal:



  1. Let the broth thaw (in the fridge over night)

  2. Pour the thawed broth into ice cube trays and place in the freezer

  3. Take the cubes out of the trays, put them in a freezer-safe container, and place back into the freezer

  4. Anytime you want to add broth, just grab a cube or two.

Here are some ways to use those cubes and turn bone broth into a staple of your diet:

  • Add to sauteed veggies

  • Throw into a spaghetti sauce or chili

  • Make a quick gravy for a weekday dinner without cooking a big roast

  • Substitute from all or some of the water when cooking rice or other grains

  • Add to a marinade

  • Use to make mashed potatoes (instead of milk)

Once you start, you’ll be amazed at how often you’ll reach for your magic bag of broth cubes. 

A monthly subscription for Mountain Meadow Bone Broth makes it easy to always have broth on hand so you can make it part of your diet. A subscription also saves you money. Can’t beat that!

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