Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Broth Soup

This is a super quick and easy recipe for anyone looking to include broth into their diet.

TIPS: Make a large batch so you can eat from it daily. Use a slow cooker for best results.



4 sweet potatoes chopped

1 x butternut squash chopped (remove seeds, skin, top and tail)

2 x 500ml Boil and Broth beef bone broth pouches

1 tbsp dried thyme


  1. Add all the vegetables to the slow cooker. Turn on low heat. Add the pouches of bone broth, close the lid and leave to cook for 4-5 hours.
  2. After the cooking time ends, blend all the ingredients together using a hand blender. Make sure all the lumps are out.
  3. Serve with chicken and quinoa.


Food safety tip.

Cool to 8 degrees as soon as possible, by transferring soup to an airtight plastic container, then submerge in cold water. Add ice to the water for extra cooling. After 30 minutes, transfer to the fridge for further cooling.


  • Anke Posted 30/08/2020 16:15

    I love the idea of buying your Bone Broth , you doing the hard work. I take it whole ,all of the ‘organic’ (?) animal has been used. That all you ingredients used for making the broth are organic? What I can’t understand is why instead of using plastic pouches you didn’t use glass pots like babsbonebroth .com do.

    • Rachel Down Posted 01/09/2020 12:44

      Hey Anke. Thank you so much for the comment. We would love to use glass pots, but unfortunately as an online business it is not very easy for us to get glass to our customers safely. Also, our broth arrives frozen, not powder which means we have to keep the broth as frozen as possible, requiring the addition of specialised packaging and ice blocks. To use glass would mean we would have to individually wrap each glass pot in bubble wrap in insulation to keep the broth frozen and prevent the glass from breaking. This makes packaging more troublesome because we would end up having a bigger carbon footprint than just using pouches. However, we are in the process of sourcing recycled pouches. We hope to have this sorted by the end of the year, so please bare with us. We are doing our best to be sustainable, but as a small company it’s hard. I hope that helps. We’d love you to try our products 🙂

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