Love homemade bone broth, but you’re a busy person who works outside of the home? If you don’t want to “baby-sit” your bone broth all day or continue to simmer it for 24 to 72 hours straight, put your slow cooker to work. This works particularly well for a chicken carcass or any small batch of bones.
Put the bones in the crockpot and cover them with plenty of water. Again, adding a splash of apple cider vinegar will help get the most nutrients and minerals from the bones. Cover and cook on low as long as desired.
Strain out the liquid and if you’d like, start another bath with the same bones. You can get up to 3 batches of bone broth out of each batch of bones.