Learn How To Quickly make Keto Bone Broth Recipe in an Instant Pot filled with Collagen, Nutrition, and many Health Benefits. Make Homemade Low Carb Soups without carbs that need to be always in your fridge.
Compliments with soup noodles, shredded chicken, croutons, or a slice of farmers bread to go with, bone broth is one soup you should have in your pantry all the time, especially when you are on a keto diet.
Keto Soup Recipes
With so many soup recipes on the blog, it is time to mention a few for you to try. Apart from our broth, you should look at pumpkin soup with an edible pumpkin bowl. I am just in love with how it looks and because I love eating the bowl as a main course.
Wait, sausage sauerkraut soup is even better. It is our must-have Christmas soup on the table, and every time we go skying to Slovakia, this awesomeness is ordered daily.
Need more? Check a whole collection of soup recipes from around the world.
Easy keto bone broth recipe
Making broth has never been easier. Fast and simple, this homemade keto friendly bone broth made using a pressure cooker is filled with an unbelievable amount of nutrition one soup can offer. This needs to be in your kitchen at all times and prepared for any occasion.
Where to add Bone Broth?
Use it for fasting days or when you need to concentrate on your weight loss.
Have it ready to prepare unique low-carb sauces, different types of keto soups, gravy, marinates, and stews.
Add it into stuffing or make Cauliflower rice with it to give a perfect taste and flavor.
What is Bone Broth?
Bone Broth is a stock or soup containing brewed bones and tissues that are either cooked for a very long time or pressure cooked faster.
Collagen is extracted by cooking bones and is used for many benefits we all crave.
Due to this process, the outcome of broth or stock gives us great nutrition, and therefore, it is popular and used for so many dishes.
What are the benefits of keto bone broth?
The gelatinous broth is loaded with many health benefits as an example:
- Bone broth contains minerals and electrolytes.
- The amount of collagen and amino acids found in bone broth greatly helps our joints.
- Bone Broth helps heal, fighting colds and flu.
- The amount of nutrition in bone broth also greatly helps our immune system to function properly.
The benefits of bone broth are really extensive to explain them all here.
Does Bone Broth Taste Good?
Depending on what additional ingredients you include, the flavor to the broth will be accordingly. Pure bone broth is usually not among the best-tasting bone broth soups. But as you add all of the veggies and herbs to make bone broth, it gives the broth its flavor, which is so delicious.
Keto, or low-carb bone broth, is a liquid broth mainly containing bones and vegetables allowed in our lifestyle. As some of the bone broth includes potatoes and typical noodles, those are not added to keto broth. Even if you will not eat them, the broth already contains some starches from potatoes and might raise your blood sugar.
No, there are no carbs in a bone broth. But the way bone broth is made, there might be some starches from root vegetables released into the liquid, and therefore you have to be careful about what type of veggies you add in.
My daughter, a type one diabetic, needs to add a bit of insulin every time she eats the broth, even if it is just a pure liquid.
Bone broth diet for fasting, weight loss
Bone Broth is the perfect way to start a journey into transforming your lifestyle. Whether you want to completely change your eating habits or just need to lose a few pounds or kilos, the bone broth will support you the whole way.
I even give great importance to starting with bone broth if you are just a beginner in Keto or Low Carb Lifestyle. You can read more about it in How To Start with our lifestyle.
Whether fasting, weight loss, or a total transformation, bone broth during the first few days helps you compress the cravings. It replaces your usual food choices but still gives you the necessary minerals and electrolytes during the process.
Bone broth works perfectly against keto flu symptoms, which can appear in some individuals.
Is bone broth better to drink in the morning or at night?
A soup broth is so nutritious and healthy that I would suggest you should include bone broth into your meal choices throughout the whole day. Drink it instead of morning tea or coffee, have it as a starter before lunch or dinner. You can even enjoy it as your midday snack.
How often should you drink bone broth on keto?
There are no limits on how often you can drink bone broth on keto. As it contains a minimal amount of carbohydrates and calories, you can have as much as you wish.
Keto chicken or beef broth for breakfast?
Maybe this is something you have never heard of, but it is more and more popular to have a lovely cup of bone broth first thing in the morning. This helps start your day healthy and gives you much-needed nutrition throughout the day.
I love my cup of broth in a coffee cup, for example. Worth trying.
Not to forget, I love my soup spicy, so every time I warm up the broth in my cup, I always add a few dry pieces of Capsicum paprika. That’s all I need to freshen up in the morning. And as we all know, anything spicy helps your metabolism to work faster and brings us to our goal of losing weight much closer than expected.
How to make Bone Broth?
You can achieve the results of a perfect homemade bone broth in your kitchen in four main ways.
1. Stove-made bone broth
This was the way I have made our bone broth for years. I have prepared it all and let it simmer for 12-24 hours, sometimes even two days. One disadvantage was that our stove is programmed for safety to switch off after a specific time. So I woke up some days with my bone broth switched off, but still pretty warm. In that way, I switched it back on and continued simmering for as long as needed.
2. Slow cooker bone broth
Using a slow cooker, you will achieve the same results as you would on a stove. The only difference, I would say, is the advantage of having it all under control. And especially not having to worry, that stove might switch off on its own after a while.
3. Pressure cooker bone broth
In this way, cooking the stock under pressure fastens the results. By pressurizing, the whole process will give you the same health benefits but much faster.
4. Instant Pot bone broth
Get an Instant Pot. Here you can cook your Bone broth either as a slow cooking option or a pressure cook option. You can even sauté the bones before starting your soup, which is also a great advantage.
So which one is your way? Or which one would you prefer?
Now you can guess which way I go:
Instant Pot bone broth on a keto diet
Since I got my Instant Pot, this recipe has been the most used. I love how easy this is. You do not have to take care of anything. Just prepare it, switch it on and leave. When you come back, your super trooper Keto Bone Broth is ready.
It is extremely easy. Even sautéing the bones in it gives you much fewer dishes to clean. Magic, I would say.
Instant Pot beef bone broth recipe
I have used bones from beef in this recipe for great taste and benefits. I usually go to a butcher and ask him for some bones and knuckles, which he still cuts it into smaller pieces. It is also good to ask him to leave pieces of meat since that adds even more nutrition and flavor.
Marrow – YUM
Also, you could try to get bones with marrow inside. I just love to eat the bone marrow afterward with just a slice of our Keto Farmers Bread. It is lovely salty gelatine-like and one of the healthiest parts you can ever get from the bones.
I have seen so many people also using leftover bones from their dinner. I have not tried it, but as it is excellent to sauté your bones, this might be a great option if you like.
Can you use chicken bones for chicken bone broth?
Yes, and that is another perfect broth to have on hand. Chicken stock or chicken broth has a great advantage, especially when fighting the flu. My mum and now me as well, every time someone in the family gets sick, the first thing we do is cook a Broth.
In the case of chicken, it is best to add chicken feet, as they contain the highest amount of collagen.
This works perfectly for Keto flu as well.
Is Instant Pot beef broth as healthy as a stove top or slow cooker bone broth?
The answer to this is: Absolutely yes. It is as healthy as if you simmer it for 24 hours.
The advantage of a pressure cooker is that everything works sealed and under pressure, which makes your broth faster and will lock in all of the minerals and vitamins.
So very much, yes. It is as healthy as if you would cook it for 24 hours, if not more beneficial.
How to achieve the jelly texture in bone broth?
To get the most collagen from the bones and achieve the best gelatinous texture and rich taste, it is excellent if you sauté your bones before switching them into soup mode.
Also, the less water you add, the more gelatine you will get from the bones and the more gelatinous your soup will be.
So, in general, more bones and cover it with water just so the bones are covered. Plus, do not forget to saute them beforehand.
Extra gelatine bone broth:
- Sauté bones beforehand
- Use the least amount of water
- Pressure cook it for 2 hours
- Use natural release after the soup is cooked
Why add vinegar to your bone broth?
Apple Cider Vinegar helps to extract all of the minerals from the bones. If you do have a slight worry, use the mildest vinegar you can find or use lemon juice. They both work for the same benefits and give you the same results.
Adding vinegar to a bone broth means you do not have to be worried about tasting the soup sour. It is only a spoon but works wonderfully.
Ways to enjoy low-carb bone broth.
There are so many ways you can enjoy and use the broth:
- make the broth and freeze for a quick, no-time-to-cook dinner
- use broth as the base for your sauces, such as our enchilada sauce
- add bone broth in place of water when making any soup
- drop a raw egg into a cooked broth to make a perfect egg-drop soup
- use bone broth instead of water when sautéing your meat
- make the bone broth and freeze it in a bigger ice cube box to have it ready
How to make homemade keto bone broth in an Instant Pot
As I have already experienced, making a bone broth is the easiest, healthiest, and fastest way possible. You use one pot for Sautéing the bones, adding veggies, water, and all, and cooking it all in 2 hours.
There is nothing easier or faster to achieving the best gelatinous bone broth than using your Instant Pot.
And if you do not own one, I would greatly suggest purchasing one because that is one gadget that helps you prepare the perfect meals in no time. And as we all need recipes, which are the easiest and fastest to make, Instant Pot is there to help you to get there.
Kitchen Gadgets needed:
- Instant Pot
- Muslin Cloth
- Olive Oil
- Beef Bones
- Apple Cider Vinegar
*Exact measurements are listed in the recipe card below.
STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING KETO BONE BROTH
First Step: Prepare your Ingredients
Get all your bones ready, clean all the veggies, and cut them into bigger pieces. The bigger you leave the pieces, the longer it will take for the veggies to cook and become mushy.
Second Step: Sauté
Switch the Instant Pot on Sauté, add olive oil and bones and sauté the bones from all the sites.
Third Step: Add veggies and water
Add vegetables, vinegar, herbs, salt, and pepper.
Close the lid and make sure the pressure valve is set to close.
Fourth Step: Cook
Press to soup and set it for 2 hours on high pressure.
After 2 hours, leave the Pot to release naturally for best results.
Fifth Step: Sieve
After the soup is cool to handle, strain it through a Muslin cloth to get the clearest soup possible
Sixth Step: Store
Use it immediately or separate it into Mason jars for later usage.
Tips and Tricks:
- Veggies – cut into bigger pieces for the vegetables to cook longer.
- Vinegar – no worries that you get a vinegar odor. It will all dissolve, but vinegar pulls all of the goodies out of the bones.
- Cooked vegetables – Serve together with the soup. You can also use a fresh ones as all the nutrients have already been taken into the soup.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Beef or chicken broth uses
Once your broth is ready, you can store it for many uses.
Bone broth may be used in our recipes such as:
- Roasted Tomato Basil Soup
- Keto Beef Stew Goulash
- Quick and Easy Creamy Keto Taco Soup Recipe
- Roasted Pumpkin Soup Recipe
- Keto Sausage Sauerkraut Soup
- Keto Ramen Chicken Noodles Recipe
- Tomato Mozzarella Baked Chicken
How to achieve the jelly texture in Bone Broth?
Less water, more bones, and longer cooking time will help you achieve the best gelatinous structure once cooled down. Also, when making a chicken version of the broth, the feet of the chicken contains the most collagen and helps dearly.
How to store homemade bone broth?
Once you make your broth, let it cool. I suggest running the whole broth through a sieve with a muslin cloth to get the most transparent broth possible. You can store it in the fridge for up to 4-5 days and use it as needed.
I usually place it into a mason jar, which gives me the perfect portions, I need.
What about the fat in the soup?
Once the soup is cooled and set in the fridge, which usually takes about 24 hours, you will realize on top of it, a white film substance hardens. That is fat, which has been cooled and formed together. It depends on whether you want to incorporate it into your dish once heated up or take it out.
I usually just take it out and not use it. Once it is cooled, it is much easier to get rid of the fat since it is in pieces. Placing a tissue on top of the pot will help you catch even the tiny bits of fat if that is what you aim for.
Where to buy keto bone broth?
Those days, you can buy bone broth already ready-made from various companies. When deciding, please check the ingredients they use because not all of them are in a low carb diet section.
You can try Kettle and Fire Keto Soup or Dr. Kellyann’s Bone Broth collagen powdered packets from a pure grass-fed collagen bone broth.
Can you freeze Bone Broth?
You can freeze the bone broth, which I do most of the time. As already mentioned, I separate the broth into Mason Jars. Leave it open on a kitchen desk to cool down.
Other Instant Pot low carb recipes you might like
- Homemade Greek Yogurt
- Vanilla Extract
- Lemon Cheesecake
- Homemade Chicken Bouillon Powder
- Keto Meatball Minestrone
- Broccoli Cheese Soup
- Keto Recipes
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- 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
- 7 medium Beef Bones
- 1 Kohlrabi
- 1 Leak
- 2 Carrots
- 1 Onion
- 1 Clove of Garlic
- 2 Tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar
- Get all your bones ready, clean all the veggies, and cut them into bigger pieces.
- Switch the Instant Pot on Sauté, add olive oil and bones and sauté the bones from all the sites.
- Add vegetables, vinegar, herbs, salt, and pepper. Close the lid and make sure the pressure valve is set to close.
- Press to soup and set it for 2 hours on high pressure. After 2 hours, leave the Pot to release naturally for best results.
- After the soup is cool to handle, strain it through a Muslin cloth to get the clearest soup possible.
- Use it immediately or separate it into Mason jars for later usage.
- Veggies - cut into bigger pieces for the vegetables to cook longer.
- Vinegar - no worries that you get a vinegar odor. It will all dissolve, but vinegar pulls all of the goodies out of the bones.
- Cooked vegetables - Serve together with the soup. You can also use a fresh ones as all the nutrients have already been taken into the soup.
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Amount Per Serving Calories 39Total Fat 3gCarbohydrates 3gFiber 1gProtein 1g
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