Springbone Kitchen, a health-food restaurant in New York City, has introduced popsicles made from beef-broth. Despite its name, the pop isn't stew on a stick exactly. “It’s a little bit sweet,” says Springbone's founder, Jordan Feldman, to NY Post. The popsicle features one-third of a cup of broth along with coconut milk, pomegranate juice, raspberry puree and maple sugar.
Now, why would a sane person suck on frozen beef broth? Health benefits. Feldman says "the collagen-packed liquid" helped him heal from a knee injury. “I was pretty much sold at this point."
Pick up your beef pop for $4.