One of the most commonly asked questions we are getting not just now during these times when we’re stocking up on stock, but always is, “how do I drink this?”.

(Yes, one of the ways is in a drink such as shown in the pic above!)

The fast reply is a suggestion to pour it into a saucepan, simmer and sip, or use it as a base for a soup.

Looking for a little something more creative while we’re all in the midst of quarantining?

Below are my top five easy ways to enjoy bone broth as a beverage, each of which makes two servings.  

Feel free to mix and match the flavors of bone broth from one preparation to another:


It doesn’t get much easier than this!    For the purists out there, or those who are simply short on time, this simplest prep is ready in minutes.

  • 16 oz bone broth 
  • Himalayan Salt (optional)
  • 2 tsp ground turmeric
  • Meyer Lemon Wedges
  1. Heat broth over medium flame
  2. Pour into glass mason jars
  3. Sprinkle on salt to taste and turmeric
  4. Garnish with lemon wedges


While my broths are certainly not skimmed to remove fat, sometimes a heartier drink is in order.  By adding a little extra fat, you can turn your broth into a beverage that’ll keep you satiated for a longer time.

  • 16 oz bone broth 
  • Himalayan Salt (optional)
  • 2 Tablespoons organic, grass fed (and preferably raw ) butter  or ghee
  • Red chili flakes (optional)
  1. Heat broth over medium flame
  2. Pour into blender
  3. Add butter
  4. Pour into ceramic cups
  5. Sprinkle on salt to taste
  6. Garnish with chili


The naming of my pork – bacon latter was in part due to the fact that it’s a conversation started!  The broth is neither sold with dairy nor coffee, but the serving suggestion is what this broth is named after.   When heated and then blended, the luscious fat from the pasture raised pork and bacon blends into a creamy latte texture.

  • 16 oz bone broth 
  • 2 shots espresso
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  1. Heat broth over medium flame
  2. Pour into blender
  3. Add espresso
  4. Pour into coffee mugs
  5. Garnish with pepper


A cold, blended drink is sometimes more in line with what we’re looking for, perhaps after a long walk or (once we get back to our normal routines), when we are on the go.  Who ever said a smoothie has to involve nut milks and protein powder?

  • 16 oz bone broth
  • 1 bunch kale
  • 1 large avocado
  • 1 tsp each maca, cacao nibs and flax
  • 1/2 cup blueberries
  1. Place all ingredients in blender
  2. Whiz to combine
  3. Add ice if you prefer a frothier texture


If you’re someone who likes a cocktail, veering away from those which are on the sugary side is an important part of keeping on track with your paleo inspired eating.    While I wouldn’t go so far as to call this drink a must do in terms of nutrient density, it’s a good option for a creative twist on a classic.

  • 16 oz bone broth
  • 2 measures mezcal
  • 1 T agave at room temp
  • 2 limes; one freshly juiced, the other cut into wedges
  1. Combine first three ingredients and lime juice in a glass cocktail mixer and stir until agave dissolves
  2. Add crushed ice and stir
  3. Pour into glasses and garnish with lime

Check out some of my favorite ways to use it in cooking!