vegan bone broth surrounded by fresh vegetables

Vegan Bone Broth

Vegan Bone Broth (or more like “Vegan ‘No Bone’ Broth) is exactly what we’ve been wanting to create for a vegetarian alternative to traditional bone broth! With a robust flavor it looks and tastes wonderful! We are excited for you to try it! We think if you didn’t tell anyone it wasn’t  chicken broth, they’d think it was! Yup, it’s that flavorful 🙂

Reap the many rewards drinking this delicious tasting nutrient rich vegan bone broth with NO BONES! It’s ready to serve in just 2 hours!

To begin with, our No-Bone Broth rivals animal-based broths both in taste and in benefit! Who knew! Peg’s was inspired to create a flavorful mineral-rich stock that had tons of nutrients as well as flavor for Annie, Meg’s mostly vegetarian sister.  Heading into winter we all need to have our ammunition ready should sickness strike.  This “No Bone” broth is super tasty on it’s own, and is fantastic to enhance your favorite soup recipes.

vegan bone broth recipe
Looks like chicken stock. Has amazing flavor and benefit!

Meg and I believe there is not one size fits all to living a healthy lifestyle. Everyone has their own preferences and beliefs. Eventually, we learn what works best for our own body. Having choices is what we are all about, and we love sharing all that we learn with you! We love our chicken bone broth and many say it’s one of the best tasting stocks. However to satisfy our many veggie lover plant based vegan friends and family we created this “NO Bone” broth for you. And it delivers both in taste and benefit. It’s also great to use as the base in our Healing Soup.

Can Vegans Have Bone Broth?

Well yes, they can!

If you’ve noticed lately, grocery stores are inundated with bone broth products, and for good reason! There are so many great properties in drinking, sipping or slurping this super broth. After really hunkering down, I visited some of our favorite vegan and plant based websites and cookbooks to get inspired.  I was super excited to learn about the plethora of vegetables and sea vegetables that actually help our body produce the immune boosting, collagen building, anti-inflammatory nutrients that we get from bone broth!

Vegan Broth Benefits All

Two major health benefits from drinking “no bone” broth and bone broth soups are;  it  strengthens our immunity, and helps build collagen.  Why collagen? Collagen not only reduces inflammation in our gut, it supports healthy digestion, joints, bones, hair, nails and skin. As we age, our collagen supply decreases. Drinking bone and “No bone” broths like these help our body rebuild and replenish it’s collagen levels.

As an alternative to bone broths, we’ve added seaweed, turmeric, ginger and healthy fats such as olive oil to gain similar value ingredients that would have equal merit when it came to taste and nourishment! Everyone who tried the soup was blown away by it’s deep rich flavor and color that came from pre-roasting the vegetables and by adding the golden beets.  Not only does it taste great, it takes a fraction of the time and cost to prepare. This broth is also 100% Clean too, just in time for our cleansing workshop. Lots of wonderful bonuses!

If you’re looking for a healthy alternative to regular bone broth, then vegan bone broth is an excellent option.

Vegan bone broth is made from mushrooms, onions, and carrots—all of which are very nutritious foods. The mushrooms contain many minerals and vitamins that are essential for good health. Onions are rich in sulfur compounds that have antibacterial and antifungal properties; they also contain quercetin, which helps prevent inflammation and protect against cancer. Carrots are packed with vitamin A and beta-carotene; these two nutrients help boost immunity and improve eye health.

This recipe also contains turmeric—a spice that has been used in Indian cooking for centuries because it has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Turmeric has been shown to reduce symptoms of arthritis by up to 40%!

Delight yourself this winter with our newest recipe video below. We promise it will truly nourish your heart and soul.

Keep scrolling down for the full recipe. And start stocking up your freezer with this No Bone Broth.

Do you know what bisphenol A (BPA) is? It’s a chemical that’s been linked to health problems, including cancer. If you want to avoid the harmful effects of bisphenol A (BPA) on your body, we recommend avoiding all plastics containing BPA.

BPA is a chemical used in plastic products to make them more durable and less expensive. While it can help with these things, the negative health effects of BPA include causing hormone imbalances and reproductive problems. It’s especially dangerous for children and pregnant women.

We believe that storing food in containers that contain BPA is not worth the risk. It’s better to use glass containers instead. Glass does not contain any chemicals that could leach into your food, nor does it change the flavor of your broth like plastic does.

That’s why we recommend storing your broth in glass containers whenever possible. Glass does not contain BPA or other harmful chemicals and therefore does not leach into the foods or drinks stored inside it like plastic does. Plus, glass has been used for centuries because it’s durable and beautiful!

. However, we found these airtight lids that fit all Ball and Mason jars that work great for freezing soups. Remember to always leave a couple inches of space in your containers when freezing as the liquids expand. Here are some great lids and storage containers we use.

Should you need a vegan NO Bone Broth in a pinch our favorite store-bought brand is Imagine Foods!

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vegan bone broth soup with parsley

Vegan Bone Broth

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Vegan Bone Broth (or more like “Vegan ‘No Bone’ Broth) is exactly what we’ve been wanting to create for a vegetarian alternative to traditional bone broth! With a robust flavor it looks and tastes wonderful! We are excited for you to try it! We think if you didn’t tell anyone it wasn’t  chicken broth, they’d think it was! Yup, it’s that flavorful.

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1/2 lb. shiitake mushrooms, rough chopped

1/2 Maitake mushrooms, quartered

1 bunch oyster mushrooms, rough chopped

2 pieces kombu or wakami sea vegetable, left whole

23 large or 5 small brown onions, rough chopped

12 shallot, rough chopped

5 green onions, rough chopped

45 large unpeeled carrots and rough chopped

2 parsnips, peeled, rough chopped

1 and 1/2 golden beet, rough chopped

3 celery stalks plus leaves, rough chopped

1 cup or more chopped leek tops, rough chopped

1 head of garlic halved

1/2 Bunch parsley with stems

4 thyme sprigs

2 bay leaves

1/2 tsp. black pepper corns

1 knuckle fresh ginger

1 piece fresh turmeric

1 Tbl. Celtic Sea Salt

Olive oil

Optional ingredient: 2-3 tsp. miso paste, lemon grass, and or avocado or olive oil to drizzle or avocado chunks when serving.


  1. Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. On a parchment lined baking sheet, roast: onions, carrots, parsnips, beets, shallots and halved garlic. Drizzle with olive oil and a little sea salt.
  3. Roast for 30 minutes.
  4. In a large stock pot add all the remaining ingredients as well as the roasted vegetables.
  5. Cover with about 12-14 cups of cold water.
  6. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to a simmer uncovered.
  7. Simmer for 1-2 hours until reduced. Taste and adjust seasonings.
  8. Lastly, strain vegetable stock, save vegetables you wish to eat, and sip your golden delicious broth with delight!


Note: Makes 3 ½ Liters or about 8 cups of broth.

  • Author: Curry Girls
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Cook Time: 2.5 hours
fresh celery, mushrooms, carrots, seaweed, and onions on cutting board for soup
fresh onions, garlic, and carrots chopped on baking sheet
roasted onions, carrots, and garlic on baking sheet fresh out of the oven
fresh vegetables in bowl
Add roasted vegetables on top and then cover with water.
vegan bone broth with parsley in bowl surrounded by onions, carrots, parsnips, and mushrooms
We cooked this broth for nearly 2 hours.

 We hope you enjoy this Vegan No Bone Broth recipe as much as we enjoyed making it! If you give it a try,  please let us know what you think!

2 comments on "Vegan Bone Broth"
  1. Clarice April 16, 2020

    This is phenomenal.

    Thank you for the response to my inquiry regarding: how to gain the same healthy properties of bone broth for vegans.

    I can’t wait to try this recipe.

    I plan to share this with a group of family who trying to ease into a version of a plant based like fe style.

    Thank you again,

  2. Victoria June 5, 2023

    I FINALLY made this. So glad that I did. I try to eat as plant based as possible and this is a great alternative.

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