Easy steps to make and store homemade bone broth:
Pick up a rotisserie chicken at ShopRite already cooked. Enjoy the meat for a few days.
Take the remaining meat off the bones, place Bones skin and leftover bits into a crock pot. Fill up to about an inch or two from the top with water. Cover. Set on high.
When the mixture begins to boil, you can turn the crock pot to medium. Let bones and simmer in the broth all day.
You can even fill with more water and continue to simmer the chicken bones into the next day.
At the end of your day, turn the crock pot off and let the broth cool.
Ladle strained broth into Mason jars. Let the jars come to nearly room temperature. Place lids on the jars along with screw caps.
Store chicken broth jars in freezer. Leave one in the fridge so you can use it this week.
Use this broth to make a quick soup, add to recipes, pour over dinner leftovers to simmer up a quick soup, or just sip the steaming broth from your mug with a few spices or garlic added.
Bone broth is loaded with calcium, collagen and other great things for your body.