Nutricost's Beef Bone Broth Protein Powder + Collagen Powder provides 20 servings in every bottle.
- 20 Servings of Beef Bone Broth Protein + Collagen Per Bottle
- 20 Grams Per Serving (Serving Scoop Included)
- Pure, High-Quality Beef Bone Broth + Collagen Powder
- Non-GMO, Gluten Free, 3rd Party Tested
- Made in a GMP Compliant, FDA Registered Facility
This worked well and tasted fine. Would like this in vanilla more so; since chocolate does not blend with all fruits I like in smoothies.
I normally go for lots of Whey protein options but for my wife she can’t have Whey so we look for options that work for both of us some of the time. Given her push into getting more collagen intake this seemed like a good option to try. Off the bat I’ll say the flavor is a more natural tasting chocolate vs some of the harsher more chemical tastes I’ve come across before. The stevia is a nice sweetener option in this since we are both Keto and watch our unnecessary carb intake. I’ve tried it both blended and in a shaker bottle with vanilla & unsweeted almond milk - in all cases it mixed well, has a slightly creamy texture when blended and maintained a pleasant taste overall. The collagen addition is a nice add-in to this protein mix, but what I would like to see is more data about the sources of everything. It’s not clear and at this price point I kind of have come to expect a little more data about what I’m consuming. With that aside it’s nothing I’m worried about in general with the company but it is just data I would like to see at this cost point.
This is great when blended in a high powered blender with hot beverages. I use it to make a keto hot chocolate by mixing it with hot almond milk and a little more cocoa powder. It add a nice creaminess and milk chocolate flavor. This is a great product and can be used in a variety of ways. It is also great added to smoothies.
A good healthy product it mixes fairly well but I'm not crazy about the flavor to me it has just a little bit of an aftertaste.
My main complaint about this product is that it mixes very poorly, even when using a shaker bottle that I've successfully used with many other protein powders. The chocolate flavor is decent when used with the recommended liquid of water, as well as with skim milk, although I've never been particularly fond of stevia even though it's better than all of the artificial sweetener alternatives. I would prefer the product manufacturer use agave nectar powder instead, as I have come to use agave as my go-to sweetener at home after trying dozens of different sweeteners, and recently discovered when trying powders from Bears Nutrition that manufacturers are now making use of agave in powder form. While I really do like the idea of being able to consume bone broth in powder form, I personally do not care for this product and will likely try competing products in search of a better option.