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3 Boba Tea Recipes.
Just think of it, You are Sitting outside (or whatever your favorite spot to sit is), And you have a cup of Boba Tea with you. Doesn’t that sound nice? Well, you have stopped by the right site. Boba Tea Recipes are here for you.
Now, What are Boba Tea Recipes, you ask? I have the answer for ya! Check out this post to learn more about Boba Tea Recipes
The term boba or bubble tea covers a broad range of sweet, non-carbonated; most varieties include:
- Brewed tea or tea made from concentrate
- Milk or a nondairy additive to make the drink creamy
- Plenty of sweeteners in this drink
- Tapioca balls
But if you do not want it with sweetener, you can use stevia instead of sugar. Boba Teas are very sweet! They are known as the sweet tea, but from Taipei, I have made Boba tea with my sisters, and it was so good, even though we didn’t know how to make it at first (Newbies were making it) But it was so yummy! so here are recipes for you, they are super easy to make and If you want to make it this weekend, go for it! (you can thank me later 🙂
So here are my 3 favorite Boba Tea Recipes for you to make.
for 3 servings
- 3 cups water
- 7 black tea bags
TAPIOCA PEARLS AND BROWN SUGAR SYRUP
- 2 cups medium black tapioca pearls
- 3 cups brown sugar
- 2 cups hot water
- 2 cups tapioca pearls, cooked
- 1 cup of ice
- brown sugar syrup, to taste
- 2 cups black tea, chilled
- 1 cup of Soy Milk
- 2 wide-opening straws
- Combine the water and tea bags in a medium pot over high heat. Bring to a boil, remove the pan from the heat and let the tea cool to room temperature.
- Bring a medium pot of water to boil over high heat. Once the water is boiling, add the tapioca pearls and boil until softened, about 20 minutes.
- Drain the pearls through a strainer.
- Set the strainer with the pearls over a medium bowl. Add the brown sugar to the strainer and pour the hot water over it.
- Stir to dissolve the brown sugar. Soak the pearls in brown sugar syrup for 30 minutes, then store the bubbles and syrup separately until ready to serve.
- Assemble the tea: Divide the pearls and ice between 2 glasses, then add the brown sugar syrup, tea, and half-and-half.
- Stir with a wide-opening straw, then serve.
- And enjoy!
I love Boba tea so much! It’s simple to make and so good to have sometimes, but it’s not a drink to have every day. It can be too much for your body.
The next recipe is one I still need to try, but there is this strawberry one that I Honestly want to make this weekend!
This one serves 4 people. If you want to make more, go right ahead and do more of the ingredients than this calls for.
- 2 cups of soy milk
- 1 cup strawberries
- 1 cup pieces mango
- 1/2 cup Boba pearls
- Blend milk, strawberries, and mango together.
- If you are using fresh fruit, add ice to the desired consistency.
- Boil Boba in water or 100% juice for 5 minutes, and let cool.
- Stir into fruit and milk mixture.
- Pour into glasses and serve with a fat straw. And Enjoy!
OK, This one sounds like a crazy mix but try it and see what you think. This one is a Peanut Butter and Jelly Boba tea!
¾ cup strawberries
1½ cups milk of choice (Almond, Soy, and Oat milk)
1½ Tbsp peanut butter
½ tsp vanilla
sweetener, to taste (If needed)
⅓ cup cooked boba tapioca pearls
- Fill a large pot halfway with water and bring it to a boil. If desired, add ~10 drops of liquid sweetener to infuse some sweetness. (I like to use stevia)
- Add uncooked boba tapioca pearls to boiling water. Lightly stir until the boba begins to float, then cover and boil for 3 minutes.
- Remove the pot from heat and carefully drain the boba pearls. Transfer to a bowl and cover with water until ready to use. (Otherwise, they’ll stick together!)
- In a blender, combine strawberries, milk, peanut butter, vanilla, and sweetener (if desired) and blend until smooth.
- Add cooked Boba to desired cups, pour in blended milk tea, serve with a Boba straw, and enjoy!
And if you want to snack on something with your Boba tea, I have the best recipe right here.
More From Tea Jubilee.
As we just read about this tea, do you want to know what the difference is between Bubble Tea Vs. Boba? Then check out the link here to learn more about that.
Please leave a comment and let me know what you think about boba tea. Is it the most wired tea you heard of? Or did it become your favorite tea? 😉
And there you have it! Top 3 Boba Teas Recipes to try this weekend; I hope you enjoy! 🙂