Beef Bones & Chicken Feet Broth

This simple recipe combines 100% grass fed beef bones and purely pasture raised chicken to create a bone broth that will surely become a staple in your household. It is an incredibly easy bone broth recipe that has a unique flavor profile! 

This recipe is a full proof method to obtain ultimate ‘wiggle jiggle’! Meaning, the broth will have a ton of collagen. The broth will also extract minerals and nutrients from the bones. 

To learn more about the benefits of bone broth, especially for healing the gut, we recommend you check here. For a bone broth recipe that uses the entire chicken carcass, check here.

beef bone broth

Beef Bones & Chicken Feet Broth Recipe



  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit

  2. Place marrow bones standing vertical on parchment paper on a roasting pan. 

  3. Roast marrow bones at 400 for 20 minutes. Roasting the bones helps enhance the flavor of the final broth.

  4. Add the bones, chicken feet, water and salt to a 5 quart crockpot

  5. Cook in crockpot on low for 24-30 hours, adding 1 cup water half way through. 

  6. Once the time is up, pull any items you’d like to keep from the broth using tongs, including the chicken heads and feet, then pour the broth through a colander to separate the broth and the bones

  7. To store, pour the broth into glass mason jars, tightly secure the lid, and store in the fridge upside down*

*Storing the broth upside down will result in the tallow to form at the top of the jar, with easy access to the broth at the bottom. 

PS. don’t throw the leftover chicken feet out! For a crispy snack full of calcium, try this:

After you pull from the broth, roast the softened chicken feet in the oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for roughy 15-20 minutes, until crispy. Yes, you can eat the whole foot! Enjoy! 

roasted chicken feet

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