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Broth For Breakfast: Toast

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Broth For Breakfast: Toast | Homemade Dutch Apple PieI have another super simple way to add broth to your breakfast.  It doesn’t even require cooking (unless you consider making toast cooking).

The only thing this does require is very gelled broth. It should be unseasoned or very mildly seasoned if you want to add jam.

Then just grab a knife, some toast and start spreading!

Gelled broth is a lot like jelly. You can use it the same way. I personally just add the broth and sprinkle sea salt on top.  But if you’re not a fan of the broth flavor you can use a thinner layer of broth and spread jam on top. You’ll never know it’s there. The broth sort of melts onto the toast.

This is an easy way to get kids to eat broth. They don’t even have to know it’s there!

Pair toast with jam and broth with broth scrambled eggs for a really nutrient dense breakfast. You’ll have protein, carbohydrates and fat. You’ll have starch, sugar, salt and saturated fat. You’ll have the healing benefits of broth combined with eggs to make a complete protein.

That is about as good as it gets for breakfast. Your body and metabolism will be soaring for the rest of the day.

Broth For Breakfast: Toast | Homemade Dutch Apple Pie

Broth For Breakfast: Toast
Serves 1
A simple breakfast dish that uses broth.
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  1. 1 slice of bread of choice
  2. 1-2 Tbsp. gelled broth
  3. sea salt to taste
  1. Toast the bread or keep at room temperature.
  2. Spread the broth on the toast.
  3. Sprinkle with sea salt.
  1. You can spread butter or coconut oil on the bread before the broth.
  2. You can spread nut butter, jam or honey on top of the broth.
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