1 Minute Keto Egg Drop Soup
Life is hectic, but with my 1 Minute Keto Egg Drop Cup-of-Soup made with Bone Broth, you’ll always have a quick and healthy meal, even on the go!
The secret, magical ingredient is Vital Protein’s Bone Broth Collagen Powder that I purchased from iHerb.com! (New and existing iHerb customers can get a discount off of their iHerb order by shopping from my links in this post)
I’m going to go ahead and address the elephant in the room, for those of you whom are new to the importance of real food and importance of collagen proteins… Why Bone Broth and not chicken bullion?
Well, that’s so easy. Most commercially made bullion is simply flavored, chemically enhanced powders that simply flavor water to taste like broth where as Vital’s Proteins’ Bone Broth Collagen is crafted with bones from naturally raised animals and is simmered slowly to extract the maximum amount of nutrients.
The result is a pure, nourishing broth that is packed with collagen and other vital nutrients. With its neutral taste, it’s convenient to use and mixes well in water, savory beverages, and your favorite recipes.
Vital Proteins nourishing bone broth collagen aids in digestion, supports the immune system, and helps promote overall health. Eating a diet rich in whole-food based nutrition containing collagen is beneficial for looking and feeling your best.
My regular consumption of bone broth and supplementing with collagen is one of the biggest factors in keeping my youthful appearance at 41 (I’m often confused for being in my 20s!).
My 1 Minute Keto Egg Drop Cup-of-Soup made with Bone Broth can be made with either flavor, but I prefer the Chicken for a more authentic Chinese Restaurant taste.
Grab a pasture raised, organic egg and break it in to a small container…
Using a fork, beat the egg until well combined… set aside
For each cup of soup you’re making you’ll need 1 egg and 1 scoop of bone broth collagen..
Add 1 to 2 scoops of Vital Proteins Bone Broth Collagen to a mason/canning jar (each scoop yields 8 ounces of broth)
Pour boiling water into your jar containing the bone broth collagen…
Then gently stir your broth WHILE drizzling in your beaten egg…
Add a generous pinch of sea salt and sliced green onions. Fresh ginger and a pinch of crushed pepper are great additions too!
Cover your soup with a lid and let sit for 1 minute for the egg to cook.
That’s it! Pretty cool, Huh??
And you’re going to be WOWed at how amazingly delicious this 1 minute super-healthy soup is!
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Until next time,
- 1 scoop Vital Proteins Bone Broth Collagen chicken or beef
- 8 ounces Water, filtered boiling
- 1 large Egg(s)
- 1 pinch Sea Salt
- green onions
- fresh grated ginger
- Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
- Place bone broth collagen in a jar, add water.
- Slowly drizzle beaten egg into the hot broth, gently stirring.
- Cover with a lid and let sit for 1 minute for the egg to cook
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Could you use the flavorless vital proteins collagen powder with bone broth instead?
You CAN do it, but it won’t have the flavor!
HATERS GONNA HATE. Your food is amazing and isn’t that what we came here for? Sorry you have to deal with haters… 🙁
Thank you for posting such yummy and fool proof recipes.
Thanks so much! I honestly dread reading comments because people are so unbelievably rude and hurtful. I appreciate your kind words so much!
Egg drop soup looks yummy
(I’m often confused for being in my 20s!) Your delusional vanity is astounding. No one,no, really, no one, would ever think those hands were in their 20s.
Alyssa faison aka “Slugbag1” (not be rude, that’s literally her email address: firstname.lastname@example.org) thanks for your extremely rude comment. Thanks for keeping internet bullying going strong, you are sincerely an embodiment of how horrible people can be. Just an FYI my food photos are edited for clarity and that can make skin look harsher than it is in reality.. but let’s say I smoothed them out during post processing, you’d call me out for editing my skin!
Wow, you must really be hurting inside to be so mean. I really hope you find yourself a good therapist soon. It can’t be nice having to live life being so mean and hurtful. I really feel for you.