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Slow-Cooker Bone Broth Recipe

This firming, nourishing, best-thing-since-sliced-bread recipe is not only delicious, but easy to make, and extremely affordable.
Prep Time 2 days 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 day 23 hours
Course Broth
Servings 8 servings


  • Any Poultry Carcass (chicken, duck, or turkey), or any mixture of bones, preferably from wild, pasture-raised, and ethically sourced farms
  • Purified Water
  • 1 tbsp 1 Tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1 Stalk of celery or celery leaves roughly chopped
  • 2 Carrots or carrot leaves roughly chopped
  • 1 Small bunch of parsley
  • 1 Small to medium sized onion roughly chopped
  • Any other misc. vegetable scraps (i.e. brussel sprout ends, broccoli stems, cauliflower stems, etc)
  • 1 parmesan, or other hard cheese, rind optional


  • Place carcass and/or bones, all vegetables and/or scraps, and optional hard cheese rind into your slow cooker
  • Toss in your tablespoon of apple cider vinegar
  • Fill with filtered water to cover all bones completely (it’s okay if there are a few poking out of the water a bit)
  • Give everything a little stir and set your crockpot on low to cook for 23 hours
  • When the crockpot is cool enough to handle, pour the broth through a sieve into a storage container and store them in the fridge for 5-7 days, or freeze for up to 6 months
  • Season with salt or pepper to taste, or can be used as a base for soups or stews


Bonus Tip: The leftover bones make for excellent dog treats! After 24 hours they should be soft enough to simply crumble up and toss on top of Fido’s food. This broth recipe is truly a gift that keeps on giving!
Keyword Bone Broth, Collagen, Elasticity, Wrinkle + Finelines