Welp, you can’t keep Jill Duggar out of the kitchen forever. After taking a two-month hiatus from posting recipes, the former Counting On star is back with two new ones, and fans couldn’t be less excited. On Wednesday, July 17, and Thursday, July 18, the amateur chef brought back two of her old recipes: stuffed zucchini and homemade bone broth. Though she claimed the broth made her whole house smell delicious as it cooked, fans weren’t sold on the idea — especially when they saw the video she’d shared.

“Anyone else love bone broth and love the smell it gives your house while making it?! 😃 🖐🏻 Yes please!” Jill, 28, wrote on Instagram when she revealed her concoction. In the comments, fans were quick to voice their displeasure. “It’s disgusting,” wrote one. “I tried it, and it’s gross!” added another. A third commented that “the aroma makes [them] wanna throw up” in the mornings.

Though we wouldn’t say we’re too grossed out by Jill’s broth — after all, Kourtney Kardashian drinks bone broth on the daily, and it’s supposed to be super good for you — it does seem rather plain. In the comments, fans also noted that when they make their own version, they usually add a little more than just bones. “I save carcass and veggie scraps in freezer just for it,” wrote one, noting that they also “add spices” for extra flavor.

Jill’s stuffed zucchini didn’t get much more love. “That totally looks like barf,” said one Instagram user. “Stop scooping the s–t out of your kids’ diapers and flopping it on a plate and calling it food,” added a particularly vicious commenter. At the end of the day, though, we have to give the girl credit for trying. Her recipes may never be particularly well received, but at least these two seem to be healthier options compared to her others. After all, there’s not a single can of soup included on either list of ingredients. Progress!

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