Popsicle aux fruits - crédit photo : jennifer pallian (photographe food)

Hot or cold broth? Bone Broth Popsicle Recipe

The sun is back and invites me to write to you about the tasting temperature of the broth. You probably eat it hot? By reheating it, you have all the flavors that are more pronounced. Among the consumers of my Bouillon, some have chronic diseases, others need it for their skin, hormones and consume broth all year round!

I discovered with amazement that the Australians invented this: bone broth and fruit “popsicles”! These are fruit ice cream on a stick with bone broth! The idea is really interesting: the frozen broth does not release flavors as pronounced as when it is hot. Which makes it the perfect healthy snack… I even challenge you to make your guests guess the secret ingredient of your ice cream!

Here is a recipe, to be twisted to infinity with different kinds of fruits.

Popsicle recipe

Ingredients :

  • 3 cups of fruit
  • 2 cups cold broth (fat free)
  • Optional: A few leaves of chopped basil or mint

Preparation :

  • Put all the ingredients in a blender
  • Then pour the liquid into the mold "popsicles" or frisco if this term speaks to you more
  • Freeze for at least 3 hours before serving.

You can also add cane sugar or agave syrup to the blender if you regularly eat sweets.

You can also leave a few small pieces of fruit in your popsicles.

For a low carb recipe, choose fruits that are low in carbohydrates and do not add sugar.

Here is a list of fruits with their amount of carbohydrates/100g:

  • Rhubarb (1 g)
  • Lemon (2.9g)
  • Gooseberry (5g)
  • Blackberry (6.2g)
  • Quince (6.3g)
  • Watermelon (6.3g)
  • Strawberry (7g)
  • Raspberry (7g)
  • Cranberry (7.1g)
  • Melon (8g)

If you like ice cream like this, I would also like to introduce you to a local Belgian brand that I particularly like Saperlipop ! Sébastien creates "popsicle" ice creams with seasonal fruits without additives and preservatives. The icing on the cake, all the ingredients come from short circuits.

Do not hesitate to share your creations on Instagram with #recettemonbouillon