Recipe: Coconut Water Bone Broth

By: iTi Innovation

Take your bone broth to the next level with iTi Tropicals Coconut Water Concentrate. Our coconut water concentrate contains hydrating electrolytes to increase the nutritional profile and benefits of bone broth!  

Why Bone Broth? 

Popularity in bone broth has risen quickly in recent years because of the health halo that it has.  Studies have shown that Bone broth is naturally high in collagen, contains minerals, and has prebiotics to aid in digestion. Many consumers also turn to soup and bone broths when they are sick due to the natural benefits.   

Bone Broth with a Hydrating and Tropical Twist 

iTi Tropicals innovation team is keeping up with the latest trends and always looking to use our products in unconventional yet functional ways.  We invigorated our chicken-based bone broth with coconut water to increase the electrolyte content such as sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and  phosphorus.   

These electrolytes helps keep consumers hydrated through a flavorful and functional format. This bone broth can be enjoyed as a hydrating, hot beverage, as a base for a soup, it can be infused with tea, or used as an ingredient to make rice. The coconut water adds a slightly sweet note to the broth and enough sodium that the addition of salt is not needed to enhance the broth.  It also enhances all of the other ingredients to make a flavorful, nutrient-rich broth. 

Check out the recipe below to learn more about how we made a coconut water bone broth. 

Coconut Water Bone Broth 

Ingredients Percentage 
Chicken Bones 18.80 
2610 Frozen Coconut Water Concentrate 8.32 
Water 69.90 
Rosemary 0.37 
Thyme 0.37 
Parsley 0.37 
Black Peppercorns, Whole 0.21 
Bay Leaves 0.10 
Lemon Juice 0.72 
Garlic- Whole Bulb 0.83 


1. In a large stock pot, add chicken bones, 2610 coconut water concentrate, water, rosemary, thyme, parsley, black peppercorns, bay leaves, and lemon juice. Cut the garlic bulb in half horizontally and add to the pot.  It  does not need to be peeled.  

2. Bring to a boil and skim off any impurities that rise to the surface.  Continue to boil for two hours, skimming every 30 minutes.  

3. Reduce to a simmer after two hours and continue to simmer for at least 12 hours.  

4. After 12 hours, strain the broth.   

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