Thanksgiving is by far my favorite holiday out of the entire year!  Friends and family join together for just one reason…FOOD!  The turkey, stuffing, and roasted vegetables are mouthwatering.  Pumpkin Pie with homemade whipped cream to top it all off…yummy!  Share these Thanksgiving recipes with those who mean the most to you this year!

Osso Good Giveaway

We are so grateful this year for health, family, and a growing business.  As a company, we think it is important to give back all year, but especially at Thanksgiving.  This week, when you order 9 or more bone broth pouches, you get 2 free!  Automatically!  We will just add 2 broths to your order. But, wait…there’s more!

You can enter for a chance to win 10 FREE broths!  In the spirit of the holiday season, pay it forward!  Give one or both broths to someone else and tell us about it.  Email us your story at hello@ossogoodbones.com by December 18th to be entered to win!

Thanksgiving Recipes

Paleo Stuffing – This Thanksgiving recipe is a real treat!  Rich, savory, and of course, calls for Osso Good Bone Broth for an added punch of umami and nutrients.

Roasted vegetables – Thanksgiving wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without preparing root vegetables to add to the spread.  Drizzle olive oil over halved brussel sprouts, parsnips, sweet potatoes, and carrots.  Roast for 30 minutes, or until just browned.

Gravy – While it doesn’t require flour or starch, it does require time to thicken this delicious paleo reduction.  Mince garlic, shallots, and fresh herbs. Add to a heated, buttered sauce pan and cook until fragrant. Deglaze with white wine of your choice. Reduce the white wine by more than half, right about when it starts getting a little syrupy.

Add a generous amount of Osso Good Bone Broth.  Reduce. Once it’s starting to coat the spoon, turn off the heat, toss in a few tablespoons of cold butter, raw egg yolks, and maybe some cream. Stir and season to taste.  Perfect topping for your turkey and stuffing!

Mashed Parsnips – Simmer 4 pounds of parsnips in 2 cups Osso Good and 1 1/2 c water for 20 minutes.  Strain parsnips, but keep liquid for later.  Mash parsnips and add enough broth until you have the desired consistency.  Add salt, nutmeg, and cinnamon to taste.

Primal Pumpkin Pie – topped with fresh whipped cream, this recipe is Mmm Mmm Good!

We hope you enjoy these delicious Thanksgiving Recipes with your friends and family!  Don’t forget to tell us how you decided to “pay it forward” this holiday season to be entered to win 10 FREE broths!  Email us at hello@ossogoodbones.com.