With the cold weather still here in Austin, I’ve been really craving some warm soup for lunch. Being on the carnivore diet, I was determined to make it work! With some good organic bone broth, stew beef from Whole Foods and Redmond Real Sea Salt, it met all cravings.
While this was a pretty simple recipe, I realized it is actually a pretty effective tool for carnivore. One thing I have struggled with while on carnivore is eating enough calories because I have such little hunger. Having meat prepped in an Instant Pot makes it easy to grab a couple pieces of really tender meat to increase calorie intake throughout the day. I think the other ingredients in this recipe actually make it a pretty great recipe for carnivore beginners. The bone broth can be a great way to help improve gut health and the salt is important since sodium deficiency is a common side effect of low carb dieting.
If you are new to carnivore, I recommend giving this recipe a try!
PS. I may be the only one, but trying to take a picture of the final beef stew wasn’t as attractive and appealing as this ingredients pre-cooked display, but the final results spoke for itself!
- 32 oz of Bone Broth
- 1 lb. of Beef Stew
- 1 tsp Sea Salt
- Servings: 4
- Calories: 322
- Fat: 18g
- Protein: 39g
- Carbs: 1
- As easy as Instant Pot is, just add the bone broth, stew beef and salt to the pot.
- If you used an Instant Pot, turn the top knob to “stewing”, and set it to “ Meat/Stew.”
If you’re more of a slow cooker chef, just blend the same ingredients and cook for about 4-6 hours, or until meat is tender to your preference.
- To note: We used organic beef bone broth, but there is also organic chicken bone broth available.