ginger turmeric bone broth protein bites in a glass container next to an open notebook and a computer

Bone broth might be the ultimate superfood. Its been said to help treat leaky gut, improve joint health, boost your immune system, reduce wrinkles, support in detoxification… the list goes on and on!

You know you should be consuming bone broth every day, but let’s face it, when you’re always on the go, you just don’t have time to make a batch of bone broth, let alone spend 10 minutes patiently sipping a mug full.

Enter organic bone broth protein powder. It’s literally dehydrated bone broth, making it a super convenient way to reap the benefits of bone broth.

That’s why I’ve created these protein bites! They’re an easy, delicious way to get a dose of bone broth on the go while simultaneously protecting your body against the harmful, inflammatory effects of stress. And they only take 15 minutes of active work to make!

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WHY THESE GINGER TURMERIC BONE BROTH PROTEIN BITES ARE PERFECT ON THE GO

CONVENIENT WAY TO GET YOUR BONE BROTH. See above!

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY SUPPORT. Stress is a recipe for inflammation in the body. When your life is a to-do list that never ends that stress can cause chronic inflammation, which overtime, can lead to lifestyle diseases like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. This recipe is loaded with anti-inflammatory ingredients like turmeric, ginger, and bone broth to help support you and your body in operating at your best in spite of a busy schedule.

NUTRIENT DENSE. These bites pack a lot of nutrients in a small package. Check it out:

BITE-SIZED. No utensils required. When a hunger pang strikes, simply pop one in your mouth and enjoy.

 

TIPS FOR MAKING THE BEST GINGER TURMERIC BONE BROTH PROTEIN BITES

DON’T OVER MIX. When combining the ingredients in the food processor, less is more! The goal is a coarse mixture, not a fine mixture, because that gives these bites their texture! So instead of using the “on” button, opt for the pulse button in 1-2 second bursts so you don’t over mix.

BITES OR BALLS. I had originally planned to make this recipe protein balls, but then I realized I could shave 15 minutes off the total recipe time by turning these into bites. Because when you’re busy, every minute counts! The bites have the potential to be more crumbly than balls, but they’re faster to make. It’s up to you though – if you have time to make the balls, go for it!

USE FORCE. Whether making bites or balls, put some muscle to into shaping the mixture because that will give these bites their structural integrity. Either push the mixture firmly into the pan or using your hand, squeeze the mixture into a rough ball shape and then gently form it into a sphere with your fingers.

TRANSPORT IN A SOLID CONTAINER. When taking these bites or balls on the go, pack them in a Tupperware container to ensure they maintain their shape. Avoid ziplock bags because the bites will likely get crushed.

bag of cashews ginger spice natural force organic turmeric bone broth protein bag of shredded coconut bottle of maple syrup jar of sunflower butter

Gather your ingredients.

ginger turmeric bone broth protein bites being made in food processor

Add cashews and shredded coconut to food processor and pulse until a coarse, even mixture forms (see photo above for ideal texture).

ginger turmeric bone broth protein bites being made in food processor

Add sunflower butter, maple syrup, turmeric bone broth protein, and ground ginger to food processor.

ginger turmeric bone broth protein bites being made in food processor

Pulse food processor until a coarse, even mixture forms (the mixture should be slightly sticking together – see photo above). pan of ginger turmeric bone broth protein bites

Transfer mixture to an 8×8″ baking pan (or similar) and using your hands, push down on the mixture to create a firm, even layer in the pan.

Let set in refrigerator for 15-20 minutes. Then remove tray and using a sharp knife, cut the mixture into squares and serve or store in a container in the fridge for later!

ginger turmeric bone broth protein bites in a container being placed in a purse

Anti-Inflammatory Ginger Turmeric Bone Broth Protein Bites (Paleo)

These Ginger Turmeric Bone Broth Protein Bites are an easy, delicious way to get a dose of bone broth on the go while simultaneously protecting your body against the harmful, inflammatory effects of stress. And they only take 15 minutes of active work to make!

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Food Processor

Course Snack
Cuisine Paleo
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 24 Bites
Calories 79 kcal

Instructions

  1. Add cashews and shredded coconut to food processor and pulse until a coarse, even mixture forms (see photo above for ideal texture).

  2. Add sunflower butter, maple syrup, turmeric bone broth protein, and ground ginger to food processor and pulse until a coarse, even mixture forms (the mixture should be slightly sticking together - see photo above).

  3. Transfer mixture to an 8x8" baking pan (or similar) and using your hands, push down on the mixture to create a firm, even layer in the pan.

  4. Let set in refrigerator for 15-20 minutes. Then remove tray and using a sharp knife, cut the mixture into squares and serve or store.

  5. Store these bites in a Tupperware container in your refrigerator for up to one week!

    *If taking these protein bites on the go in your purse or backpack, pack them in a Tupperware container (not a ziplock bag) to ensure they maintain their shape!

Recipe Notes

 

VARIATIONS:

TO MAKE PROTEIN BALLS

  • After step 2, using your hands, form dough into 24 3/4" diameter balls. Squeeze the dough into the palm of your hand to form a rough ball, then use your fingers to gently refine the ball into a sphere (see photo below). 
  • Protein balls will store for up to a week in the refrigerator.
  • If taking these protein balls on the go in your purse or backpack, pack the balls in a Tupperware container (not a ziplock bag) to ensure they maintain their shape ('cause no one likes crushed balls)!

DID YOU MAKE THIS RECIPE? I'D LOVE TO SEE!

Tag me @triplepeakpaleo when you post your bites or balls on social media! 

Nutrition Facts
Anti-Inflammatory Ginger Turmeric Bone Broth Protein Bites (Paleo)
Amount Per Serving (1 square)
Calories 79 Calories from Fat 54
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 6g 9%
Total Carbohydrates 4g 1%
Dietary Fiber 1g 4%
Protein 3g 6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

hand holding up one ginger turmeric bone broth protein bites in front of a plateful

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Ellen Jaworski is a holistic health coach passionate about helping busy, overstressed professionals lose stubborn weight the healthy way via a nutrient dense diet and relaxing self care practices that work with their busy schedule so they can heal their bodies, quiet their minds, and feel their best at the office and in their free time. Ellen also loves to hike, road trip to national parks, cook delicious meals, and is currently doing 200 hours of training to become a member of Explorer Search and Rescue!

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2 thoughts on “Anti-Inflammatory Ginger Turmeric Bone Broth Protein Bites (Paleo)

  • August 9, 2018 at 8:51 am
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    These look amazing — I’m going to make these! And I think they would be perfect on the trail!

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    • August 9, 2018 at 9:12 am
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      Yes, these bites will make a great hiking snack! In fact, I’ll be packing some on my hiking adventure this weekend 🙂 I hope you enjoy them!!

      Reply

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