Brothsicles are now a thing
We’re totally into health and we’re all over new health food trends. Yeah, maybe not into them all, but we still love a treat that’s guilt-free and says it’s good for you.
That’s where bone broth comes in. If you haven’t heard meat-flavoured soup is practically a super-food and is good for nearly everything including digestion, immune support and younger looking skin.
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While in the US and Australia bone broth readily available, Sydney beachside café Broth Bar and Larder has taken the fad a step further and is offering brothsicles.
Before you go “ew”, which is probably the most natural reaction, it turns out that when frozen the bone broth become totally tasteless.
The trendy eatery flavours the broth with other more interesting ingredients such as coffee and kombucha and you can pick one up for around $5.50.
We hope it it won’t be too long before this cool idea catches on across this side of the ditch.