Bone Broth Soup by Al


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The Vital Proteins bone broth is one of my new favorite things! With its many benefits, including the promotion of healthy bones and digestive tract, it is also a great source of protein. In our home we love having soup all year round, and since we are eating more of a plant-based diet, it’s nice to have an added protein so I know we are getting everything we need to fuel our bodies. As an (unprofessional) athlete, I struggle to find healthy foods that satiate my hunger — Vital Proteins has been a great supplement to my diet so I stay full longer, and have the energy I need for my many workouts throughout the week. 

I put together a simple recipe loaded with fiber and protein to keep you full, without worrying about what you’re eating. Have seconds, because it’s legit good for you.

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Ingredients

1 1/2 cups potatoes 

1 large tomato 

1 cup carrots/2 lrg carrots

3 stalks celery 

1 large onion 

1/4 cup fresh parsley 

1/2 cup quinoa 

4 scoops of Vital Proteins bone broth 

salt and pepper to taste 

pinch of rosemary 

1-2 bay leaves 

pinch of cinnamon 

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Method

-chop veggies into bite size pieces 

-bring 4 cups water to a boil (add another cup for more broth, you’re throwing quinoa straight in)
-add potatoes

-add quinoa 

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-preheat a pan on medium heat

-add 2 tablespoons olive oil

-toss onion, tomato, carrots, and celery in 

-add spices

-sauté for 5 min on high heat uncovered 

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-add veggies to broth

-bring to boil again 

-simmer on low heat covered for 45 min to an hr

-add salt and pepper to taste 

-top with fresh parsley and red pepper 


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Enjoy!

xx

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