|Place of origin||France|
|Main ingredients||ice cream|
|Cookbook: Bombe glacée Media: Bombe glacée|
A bombe glacée, or simply a bombe in English, is an ice cream dessert frozen in a spherical mould so as to resemble a cannonball, hence the name. Escoffier gives over sixty recipes for bombes in Le Guide culinaire. A recipe for "chocolate & meringue bombe" is given in Mary Berry's Complete Cook Book. The dessert appeared on restaurant menus as early as 1882.
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