bone broth protein powder

Refuel Confidently With Bone Broth Protein Powder

Bone broth protein offers benefits that many people are lacking. It contains more raw protein than many ready-made protein shakes, and is rich in essential minerals, like calcium and magnesium.

Using a dehydration oven, we’re able to make our own bone broth powder. It helps us guarantee that we’re using 100% genuine, organic food sources.

We’re not talking about a bone broth diet. Use bone broth powder to make soups, stews, shakes and even breakfast foods, like waffles and pancakes.

Beef bones and organic foods

The quality of store-bought protein powder is hard to measure. When you make it at home, you can know that it comes directly from grass-fed beef bones, for example. You don’t have to worry about chemical preservatives, GMOs or damaged nutrients.

We’ve shared, in a previous article, exactly how to make high-quality, concentrated beef bone broth. It’s a simple process of extracting the immense amount of vitamins and minerals. 12-24 hours in simmering water.

Ultimately, you can create a large store of dried bone broth at home. Once you’re there, you can take advantage of the tips and strategies in this article.

How to use bone protein powder

There’s some variety of protein powders that are available to you. You may know about whey and other vegan sources, which offer their own advantages.

Suggested ingredients

  • Desiccated Milk: Read this article on how to dehydrate milk into powder. It’s a great source of calcium and vitamin B-12, and can be used in any recipe that calls for milk. It doesn’t contain any fat, because it would spoil over time.
  • Dried banana powder: Bananas are flavorful and rich in vitamin B6 and potassium. It helps metabolize digested nutrients, as well. This ingredient is simple to make with a dehydrator and a blender.
  • Cinnamon: A tasty ingredient that helps regulate blood pressure.
  • Peanut Butter: Adds flavor and is a low-sodium source of protein.
  • Fish Oil: A wealth of nutrition. Like peanut butter, it’s full of quality fats, which are vital for the healthy production of testosterone. It can be difficult to find a safe, authentic and contaminant-free option.
  • Dark Chocolate: Rich in antioxidants and robust in flavor; the darker, the better.
  • Greens Powders: Concentrated forms of healthy, powerful and nutritious greens. Greens like spirulina are terrific for keeping your body clean, and are a great way to supplement and round out your diet!

High-protein waffle recipe

You don’t have to use bone stock in a soup. If you’re interested in a bodybuilding regime, you can use whey protein in pace of flour in this waffle recipe.

3 tbsp. bone broth powder

1 tbsp. dried dark chocolate

1 egg

2/3 tsp. flour

1/3 tsp. whey protein

1 tsp. coconut or olive oil

We store our dried soup stock in a sealable glass container. It’ll keep it fresh for months, and it’s ready to scoop the powder from any time you need it.

You can use an energy efficient food dehydrator to dry the chocolate. You can make a mousse by using dark chocolate egg whites, egg yolks, sugar, then dry it at low heat. Use this same process to make dried, chocolate-covered strawberries.

Bone protein powder – shake recipe

  • ½ cup bone broth
  • ½ cup milk
  • ½ cup strawberry, melon, blueberry or orange
  • ¼ cup peanut butter
  • 3 tbsp. banana powder, or one whole banana
  • 1 tsp. Grade B maple syrup
  • 1 tsp. dried vanilla

Combine all ingredients in a food processor. Add or replace ingredients as necessary to find your perfect nutritional value and flavor.

Use a meat dehydrator to make bone broth powder, with enough to last for weeks or months!

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