Pumpkin spice broth in a white bowl on the counter with slices of pumpkin, a wooden spoon, and green garnish

Looking for a great pumpkin spice recipe that not only taste great, but is good for you?

Bone broth has many benefits from leaky gut support to immune health. I myself drink bone broth to help my body recovery from a taxing day at the gym.

Whenever we think of pumpkin spice we know the fall is here and the holidays are approaching. Bone Broth protein has been making it’s rounds this year as well, thanks to DR. Axe who helped it garner national attention. Ancient Nutrition, which is the number 1 seller of bone broth protein, has varied flavors, such as pure, vanilla, chocolate, turmeric, greens, banana crème, and coffee. Missing from that list is the seasonal favorite taste of pumpkin spice. But not to worry we have you covered

The pumpkin spice bone broth protein recipe calls for a few everyday ingredients and a few servings of the ancient nutrition bone broth pure powder. The ingredients needed are, coconut milk or almond meal, vanilla extract,  ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg, ground ginger, liquid stevia and ground cloves.

This recipe makes 2-3 servings

*The Bone Broth pumpkin spice recipe can be made cold or warm


2 scoops of your favorite Bone Broth Powder

3 cups of coconut milk or almond milk

1 tsp of vanilla extract

3 drops of pure liquid stevia

1 1/2 tbsp. of ground cinnamon

1-2 tsp of ground nutmeg

½ tsp of ground ginger

¼ tsp of ground cloves


Put all the ingredients into a blender, making sure to add the wet ingredients into the blender first. Blend the ingredients up to 1 minute and serve. You can also pour the ingredients into a small pot and let it simmer on low heat before serving it if you like your bone broth warm.

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