This Trader Joe’s Bone broth is organic and comes in a beef and chicken variety. The chicken bone broth is made from free range chickens and can be found in the refrigerated section. TJ’s also sells a shelf stable version of chicken and beef bone broth that sell for a few dollars less. This refrigerated chicken bone broth is a good value at under $6 and has a nice savory taste to it. You can heat it up and sip it for a nice hot protein packed drink, or according to TJ’s you can also use it to saute vegetables and meats. If you haven’t had bone broth before, don’t expect it to taste like a normal chicken soup or something similar. There is no sugar in this so the taste is more naturally rich since the bones have been simmered for 24 hours to make this broth. ………….
- 45 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 20 oz
- Ingredients are organic chicken broth, organic onions, organic apple cider vinegar, organic garlic, sea salt and organic parsley
Trader Joe’s Chicken Bone Broth
Both the Trader Joe’s bone broths are good values and have great ingredients in them, but I think I like the chicken bone broth version a tad better. The Trader Joe’s beef bone broth has a little more distinct flavor that you may or may not like. What does everyone like to use these bone broths for other than just sipping? Is there any go to recipe you make with these or fun things you add to a simmering pot of bone broth? It wasn’t too long ago that it was hard to find bone broth at a grocery store, but TJ’s now has several different varieties that all get the job done if you are in search of a protein and nutrient packed broth that has absolutely no sugar in it…..
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