Food·Posted on Jul 1, 2016I Tried A Meat Popsicle Because I Have Nothing Left To LoseFrozen beef broth on a stick is not as bad as it sounds.by Joanna BornsBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Recently, I heard about something potentially terrifying: A meat popsicle. Joanna Borns / BuzzFeed To be more specific (and slightly less horrifying), it's a popsicle made with beef broth. These beef broth popsicles are sold at Springbone, a restaurant in New York City specializing in bone broth. Joanna Borns / BuzzFeed Why bone broth? is a very reasonable question you might be asking. Some believe bone broth has health benefits.It's summer, and it's hot, and you CAN turn almost any liquid into a popsicle, so why wouldn't you live the dream? Apparently I'm the kind of person who says, "Beef popsicle? Yes, please!" So I went to try it. Joanna Borns / BuzzFeed While I'm (weirdly) not against the concept of a savory popsicle, these pops are actually fruit flavored to mask the meat broth taste. Joanna Borns / BuzzFeed Other ingredients include pomegranate juice, coconut milk, raspberry puree, and maple sugar. "It tastes better than it sounds" is what I was told when I ordered it. Joanna Borns / BuzzFeed It was tangy and vaguely fruity. I felt like I sensed a subtle, but not unpleasant meatness to it, but that could've just been psychological. It wasn't bad! Joanna Borns / BuzzFeed The bottom of the ice pop had a sort of congealed quality, but I kept eating it. And maybe even liked it? Joanna Borns / BuzzFeed Here's proof that I ate the whole thing even though no one forced me to. The fact that it wasn't too sweet was a bonus and it didn't really taste like meat. Joanna Borns / BuzzFeed And maybe I was disappointed it didn't taste like meat? What is wrong with me? Now I legit want a meat-flavored popsicle. Get back to me when you've come up with a REAL beef popsicle.