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Regime Type:

Without Eggs, Strict PKD (No Allowances)

Whipped Bone Marrow

Introduction & Inspiration

Bone Marrow is extremely nutritious, it contains all the nutrients and substances that the body uses to build, repair, and maintain our living bones and connective tissues. It's great as-is, but when whipped up into a creamy texture it's even more wonderful!

Whipped Bone Marrow is particularly versatile for so many recipes and has a lovely look and feel to it as well. It can be piped as a topping or can be added to soups to give them a wonderful creaminess, and so much more!

I hope you will give this recipe a try and discover for yourself the many wonders of Whipped Bone Marrow.

X Nic

Recipe Overview

Preparation Time

Less than 30 minutes

Cooking Time

Less than 30 minutes

Serving Size

70g Whipped Bone Marrow

Main Ingredients:

70g Oven Roasted Bone Marrow

Recipe Instructions

Pre heat the oven to 200c.

Roast the marrow bones in the oven in a baking dish at 200c for 25 minutes.


Remove the dish from the oven and allow the bones to cool down a little.


Scoop the marrow out of each bone and place it in a glass bowl.


Let the marrow cool in the glass bowl on the kitchen counter until it's almost at room temperature.


Use a hand whisk to whip the bone marrow to your desired consistency ( This may take up to 10 minutes, and can involve an initial whip up, followed by placing the bowl 5 minutes in the fridge to become a little firmer and then another good whip up, until soft peaks start to form).

Once the Whipped Bone Marrow is a good consistency, it's ready to use straightaway in recipes or can be covered and placed in the fridge until you need it.


Check out my Braised Beef Cheek – Slow Cooker, Sausage Soup, Beef Tongue and Sausage Soup as well as Oxtail and Sausage Soup recipes for ways to use your Whipped Bone Marrow.

Depending on the quantity of Whipped Bone Marrow required, the number of marrow bones to use will vary.


Try adding a dash of honey for a hint of sweetness to the bone marrow or else a sprinkle of salt for use in more savoury recipes.


Try and source good quality bones from pasture raised animals.

Any leftover whipped bone marrow should be covered with clingfilm or placed in an airtight container and stored in the fridge and ideally consumed within 2-3 days.


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