Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth Smoothie Bowl

This Whole30 and paleo Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth Smoothie Bowl is low in sugar, packed with gut healing nutrients, and so thick and yummy. 

Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth Smoothie Bowl

I know what you are thinking. Bone broth in a smoothie?? What in the actual eff…

I know, I know. But you gotta have some trust because this smoothie bowl is seriously delicious and you cannot taste the bone broth at all.

With all the holiday stress and treats over the past few weeks, my gut is in need of some quality nutrients and healing so I’ve been trying to incorporate as much bone broth into my diet as possible. While this can mean drinking it straight up or incorporating them into soup recipes, I decided to get a bit more creative by making this Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth Smoothie Bowl.

Not only is this Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth Smoothie Bowl full of nourishing nutrients from the bone broth, both turmeric and ginger are anti-inflammatory and are known superfoods that soothe digestion and immune boosters.

Best of all, this recipe is sweetened and thickened with a cooked sweet potato and I did not find that I needed to add any additional sweeteners, making it Whole30 and sugar detox friendly. However, if you are looking for a bit more sweetness, you can add some honey.

If you are looking to switch up your breakfast routine with a healthy and delicious smoothie, I hope you give this recipe a try. Have fun customizing with your favorite toppings as well. I sprinkled in some frozen blueberries, toasted coconut chips, sliced almonds, and some almond butter, and it was dang tasty!

Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth Smoothie Bowl

Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth Smoothie Bowl

Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth Smoothie Bowl

This Whole30 and paleo Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth Smoothie Bowl is low in sugar, packed with gut healing nutrients, and so thick and yummy. 
5 from 15 votes
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Course: Breakfast, Drinks
Prep Time: 1 minute
Cook Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 2 minutes
Servings: 1 serving
Author: Jean Choi


  • 1 cup bone broth
  • 1 cup coconut milk or any other non-dairy milk
  • 1 medium sweet potato cooked, cooled, and peeled
  • 1/2-1 inch fresh ginger depending on your spice level
  • 1 tsp ground turmeric
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 2 tsp or more raw honey (optional) Omit for sugar detox
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract or 1/2 tsp vanilla powder for AIP
  • 1 scoop grass-fed collagen optional - Use code GREATGRANDMA10 for 10% off!
  • Optional toppings: Fruit, nuts, granola, nut butter, or coconut chips


  • Place all ingredients except the optional toppings in a blender and blend until smooth.
  • Pour into a bowl and sprinkle with your favorite toppings before serving!


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16 thoughts on “Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth Smoothie Bowl

  1. Megan Stevens

    I have used bone broth in smoothies often and can attest to how good it is! I haven’t used sweet potato before; that is such a good and yummy idea!! Beautiful, all! 🙂

  2. Emily @ Recipes to Nourish

    This is such a cool idea!!! So nourishing and healing. I would eat it the same way, topped with all of those yummies – I’m all about lots of toppings on smoothie bowls.

  3. Monique

    I have never made a bone broth smoothie bowl before, but your gorgeous images have me really wanting to do so! Especially with all that sweet potato 🙂

  4. Lilly Chen

    My 2 1/2 year old loves this smoothie and drinks half of mine every morning. Should I worry about him drinking this daily? (I’m not sure if the medicinal properties may be detrimental for a toddler?) Thanks for this great recipe!

    1. Jean Choi Post author

      That’s amazing that your toddler enjoys this nutrient packed smoothie! I don’t think you have anything to worry about. All the ingredients are all harmless, and in fact, have so many benefits for kids and adults alike. I would consult with a professional if your child has a special condition, but if not, this is safe to eat everyday!


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