7 Ways to Use My Homemade Chicken Bouillon Powder

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7 Ways to Use My Homemade Chicken Bouillon Powder

I think of all the food items in my kitchen, I probably use this one the most — my Homemade Chicken Bouillon Powder!

The reason I use it so much is because it is so versatile and can be used in a lot of recipes. I thought it would be fun to do a post where I round up some of the recipes that I use the Chicken Bouillon Powder in. If you haven’t ever tried it, go get the ingredients and mix yourself up a jar full of it and give it a try! You will love it. I promise!

Homemade Chicken Bouillon Powder
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  1. Blend all the ingredients in a small food processor until powdery and mixed well. Store in a dry, airtight container. I use a pint jar with a lid and it works perfectly!
  2. Use 1 level teaspoon per cup of boiling water.
  3. Yield: 1 1/2 cups of bouillon powder
  4. * For those following THM, this bouillon powder would work wonderfully to make your own quick sauces and gravies! I use this all the time to add flavor to soups.



597 cal


7 g


62 g


67 g
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Recipes Using My Homemade Chicken Bouillon Powder

#1 – Brown Rice Casserole

This is a great dish to make when you don’t have a lot of time and you want a yummy dinner on the table. Since it takes about 1-1/2 hours to bake, you can quickly get it ready and in the oven and then have some free time while dinner bakes!

#2 – Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken Pot Pie

My family absolutely loves this recipe! Use up leftover meat and veggies and this makes a yummy, frugal meal!

#3 – Cheesy Potatoes and Ham

Use up leftover baked potatoes and ham to make this yummy casserole! Serve with a big salad or some fruit and you have a great meal!

#4 – Once in a Lifetime Soup

I make this recipe once a week or once every couple weeks. Using leftover meat and veggies from the freezer, this makes a very frugal meal. Dump everything in the crockpot and let it simmer all day. Serve with corn chips and cheese for a wonderful dinner!

#5 – Easy Chicken Pot Pie

If you like chicken pot pie but need an easier version, this is it! Instead of having to make some pie crusts, you simply mix up the crust in a bowl and pour over the top before baking. I love this meal!

#6 – Cream Soup Substitute

I use this cream soup substitute all the time! You can see it in the above picture, using it to make a pot pie filling. No more canned cream of ___ soup for me! This is my go to cream soup now!

#7 – Beef Enchiladas

Beef Enchiladas

This is another one of our favorite meals. It is very easy and quick to throw together. You can even make up an extra pan to put in the freezer for another meal later if you wish.

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  1. Does it taste like chicken? And what can I sub for the protein powder-can I sub for powdered milk? Thank you and I love your site!
    1. The yeast flakes are what makes it taste like chicken. If you don't have protein powder, I would just leave it out. I don't think it adds flavor, just some protein. Glad you are enjoying my site!

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