Boba juice has become so popular. And with good reason. It tastes GREAT and it’s fun to drink. We get customers every day asking how they can make bubble tea at home. While we suggest you come to us because we’re the boba experts, we know it’s not always possible to get out in the Dallas area and indulge. With time, the right supplies and a little effort, you can make boba tea at home too. Here’s a few of our favorite recipes from around the web.
Traditional Bubble Tea
Note the use of the word tea. Traditional bubble tea is made from tea, usually black tea, with chewy tapioca balls added at the end. The process is laid out and clearly explained, with photo, in this blog from kirbiecravings.com.
Strawberry Mango Boba
With warmer weather approaching, the fruity, tropical flavors of strawberry and mango are very refreshing. Unlike traditional bubble tea, this boba is made with juice and milk (or a non-dairy replacement.) Get the recipe and accompanying video here.
Honeydew Bubble Tea
That light green melon is so flavorful and juicy, it’s no wonder it works well as a bubble tea. And the color of the finished product is fabulous. Check out the how-to here.
A totally American twist on the Asian drink, make boba with iced coffee instead of tea. It’s a divine way to start a morning or grab an afternoon pick-me-up. Or make it with decaf for a bubble tea that’s actually coffee! Get the scoop here.
Have you tried making bubble tea at home? How did it go? If you can’t get out to see us, give it a try. Otherwise, stop by any of our Fruitealicious Dallas locations and try any of our amazing boba flavors. We love suggestions for new flavors too!