Bone broth is one of the most commonly-made food items in our household because 1) it's super easy, 2) it's used in several recipes, and 3) word has it, there are several health benefits. (I guess there's a reason your momma made you chicken noodle soup when you were sick.)
So here's the know-how:
Get some leftover chicken (or beef, turkey, etc.) bones (I'll keep them in the freezer until I'm ready to use them)
Get some leftover veggies and herbs (or collect your veggie ends in a bag in the freezer until ready to use)
Put everything in your slow cooker and douse it in about a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, which supposedly "leeches" out the nutrients. Put in just enough water to cover everything, and put your slow cooker on low. I'll leave the slow cooker on while I sleep or when I'm at work, for at least 8 hours. You'll wake up or come home to the most delicious and comforting smell! Strain the bones and veggies out and voila! You have a yummy and healthful broth. You could drink it as is, or put it in the freezer for future use. I mostly use the broth for soup recipes, giving mymeals a richer flavor and a more healthful kick.