Monday, March 10, 2014

Black Bubble Tea Recipes


Thanks to Daisy Consultant, Tami Hall for sending in these fun Black Bubble Tea recipes.  As you know, March's Flavor of the Month is BLACK BUBBLE TEA.  Whip up one or two of these recipes, and sip some deliciousness while you enjoy sewing with this month's flavor.  What a great combo!

Thanks to Daisy Consultant, Tami Hall for sharing these fun recipes!


The beauty of Bubble Tea is the versatility of this drink.  Enjoying playing with the recipes and come up with your own creations.  You can substitute milk, cream, half n half, sweetened and condensed milk, and the like instead of non dairy creamer.  This way you can see how creamy, thick or strong the differences are and what you prefer.  You can use tea or water for the powder drinks.  You can blend your drink with ice and make a smoothie.  Play with the sugar syrup recipe or use a pre-made syrup like fructose or simple Hawaiian cane sugar.  The only limit to this drink is your own imaginations.  




How to cook Tapioca Pearls for Bubble Tea:
1 cup Tapioca Pearls
 6-8 cups water

Approximately 6-10 servings
1.     The ratio should be a minimum of 7:1, water to tapioca pearls.
2.     Boil water in a large pot.
3.     Add in the tapioca pearls to boiling water.
4.     The tapioca pearls should float in the water.
5.     Boil tapioca for 15 minutes with the cover on.
6.     Turn the heat off and let tapioca sit in the water for 15 minutes.
7.     Rinse the cooked tapioca pearls in warm water and drain out the water.
8.     Cover with bubble tea sugar syrup or brown sugar and serve.

Note: This is for those that want to make Bubble Tea at home and don't want to wait an hour:  boil the tapioca pearls for 15 minutes and let this sit for 15 minutes.  Rinse the tapioca pearls and then place in a gallon zip loc bag flat. Store in the freezer flat. When you get the urge,  boil a cup of water and put a piece of the frozen tapioca pearls in for about 2-3 minutes. Rinse, cover in  sugar syrup (see below) and serve. It usually lasts a few days before it gets too mushy. Enjoy!


How to cook Bubble Tea Sugar Syrup:

1 cup white sugar
1 cup brown sugar
2 cups water

Approximately 32-35 sixteen ounce servings
1.     Mix sugar and water in a large pot.
2.     Cook at medium to high heat.
3.     Once the mixture boils remove from stove immediately.
4.     Let cool and serve.
*Refrigerate any excess


How to make a Bubble Tea Flavor Powder Drink:

1 Scoop Bubble Tea Powdered Flavor
1 Scoop non-dairy powder creamer
1 Scoop Bubble Tea Sugar Syrup (see above)
3/4 cup water
1 cup ice
2 fl. oz. of cooked bubble tea tapioca pearls (see above)

Makes one 16 oz. serving
1.     Put all ingredients except tapioca into shaker and shake it up.
2.     Make sure that thee flavor powder and creamer is mixed well.
3.     Add bubble tea tapioca pearls to a cup, and pour your drink over.
4.     Put in your big fat bubble tea straw and enjoy.
*Add more flavor powder and creamer for thicker drink.


How to make a Boba (bubble tea) Fresh Fruit Drink:

The best tasting fresh fruit drinks include strawberry, watermelon, mango, red bean (adzuki), and papaya.

1 cup fresh fruit
1/2 cup milk
1 Scoop bubble tea sugar syrup (see above)
1 cup ice
2 fl. oz. cup of cooked bubble tea tapioca pearls (see above)

1.     Put all ingredients except bubble tea pearls into a blender and blend well.
2.     Make sure that the fruits are grinded into the milkshake.
3.     Add bubble tea tapioca pearls to a cup, and pour your drink over.
4.     Put in your big fat bubble tea straw and enjoy.


How to make a Bubble Tea Powder Fresh Fruit Drink:

1 Scoop Bubble Tea Flavor Powder (see above)
1 Scoop non-dairy powder creamer
1 Scoop bubble tea flavor syrup
1/2 cup fresh fruit
1/4 cup crushed ice 2 fl. oz. of cooked bubble tea tapioca pearls

1.     Put bubble tea flavor powder,  creamer sugar syrup and fresh fruit into the blender for 20 seconds or until blended well.
2.     Blend the drink less if you like little pieces of fruit.
3.     Add tapioca pearls to a cup, and pour your drink over.
4.     Put in your big fat bubble tea straw and enjoy.


1 comment:

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