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How To Make Bubble Tea

Today I show you how to make authentic homemade bubble tea. This bubble tea recipe is delicious! Bubble tea is a drink that originated in Taiwan, it goes by boba tea, pearl tea, tapioca tea and milk tea. It's incredibly delicious and easy to make. Simply follow the step by step instructions. Enjoy!

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Bubble Milk Tea Recipe - Tapioca Pearls Boba Balls From Scratch [珍珠奶茶]

Originally from Taiwan, later became popular in HK and then swept all over China. If we hang out with friends in the weekend, bubble tea is the must-have drink. In this video, I am going to show you how to make the chewy bubble pearls from scratch.

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Ingredients for the bubbles [3-4 serving]
- 60 grams of water
- 100 grams of tapioca starch [Amazon Link:
- 60 grams of black or brown sugar [Amazon Link:
- 1/2 tsp of Vanilla extract [Amazon Link:

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Ingredients for the milk tea [3-4 serving]
- 15 grams of loose black tea or tea bags [Black Tea Amazon Link:
- 1 liter of milk
- 3-6 tbsp of sugar


- In a sauce pot, add in the brown sugar, the water, and vanilla extra. Give it a stir. Cover it and bring it to a boil. Don’t go away. It will only take a minute. If you are not next to the stove, it will be over boiling and the water will evaporate too much. Then you won’t have the correct amount of liquid.

- Once it comes to a boil, add in 1/3 of the tapioca starch immediately. Stir to thicken the liquid. Then turn off the heat. Add the rest of starch in. Mix everything together. Do it quickly and try to gather all the starch together. Transfer it to a working surface. Knead it by hand. It should still be pretty hot, and you hand mind gets a little pain because of the heat but you do want to work fast because if the temperature cools down, the dough will be tough to knead. I know it looks very messy, but trust me, it is very easy to work with. Will take you less than 3 minutes to get it smooth.

- Roll it into a 1/5 of an inch thick sheet. Slice it into strips and cut it into small little cubes. Get a bowl. Dust some tapioca starch in it so when you collect the little pearls, they don’t stick together. Then you just shape them into little balls. This is optional. It takes a lot of time to do it. But if you don’t mind the shape, you can just leave it like cubes.

- Put them in a sieve and shake off all the excess starch. If not, when you boil it, the starch will thicken the water and it will be a bit messy.

- Although the recipe is a small amount but you can save it. Just put it in a container and freeze it. When you need to cook them again, don’t need to defrost, just directly boil them.

- You want to use a big pot and lots of water because tapioca balls need a lot of space. They like to stick to each other.

- Add the pearls in. They will sink to the bottom immediately. Keep the flame on high. Gently stir them so they don’t stick together. Continue doing this for a minute. You will see all the pearls are floating on top. Then cover the lid. Ture the heat to low, let it cook for 4 minutes.

- during this 4 minutes, you want to open the lid a few times and give it a stir because they always like to stick together.

- Turn off the heat and let it sit in the water with the lid on for another 2 minutes. Take them out, put them in ice water for a little extra chewiness. the color was brown, now they become even darker after the ice bath. Take them out again. Try to get rid of the excess water. and add some brown sugar. You can also use honey or syrup. It is kind of like a lube, without it, the bubbles will get dry and sticky to each other. Now, you have your bubble pearl made. It is handmade so it won’t be perfectly round like the store bought ones. It will only last 2 days in the fridge for the best texture. So, better to make it fresh and eat it fresh.

- Now, let’s make the milk tea. It is so easy. I am using my loose black tea that I brought from China. You can also use tea bags. Just follow the instruction to see how many tea bags do you need for 1 liter of liquid. Because I am going to use one liter of milk. Add in the tea. Give it a stir. Bring this to a slight simmer, not a full boil. You can see the small bubbles coming up. Then turn off the heat. Let the tea sit in the hot milk for 15 minutes to maximize the tea flavor. 15 minutes later, the tea should change color and now you can season it with some sugar and bring it to a full boil. Drain out all the tea leaves. Them you have the milk tea.

- Now you can put your bubble milk tea together. It can be served hot and cold. Imagine holding a cup of warm bubble milk tea in the winter, that will be so comfortable.

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1. To make a simplified version of HK milk tea, take 2 teabags of your favourite black tea into a mug with boiling water, let steep for 5 minutes, and then add ⅓ cup of evaporated milk and sweetened condensed milk to taste. Leave to cool.
2. To make the brown sugar syrup, add 1 cup of brown sugar and 2 cups of water to a saucepan and bring to a boil. Then, turn the heat down and simmer until the syrup reduces (approx. 10 minutes).
3. Meanwhile, take your desired amount of tapioca pearls and add it to a saucepan of boiling water. Boil for the amount of time specified on the packet. *TIP* keep checking the texture of the tapioca to preferred softness.
4. When the tapioca pearls are boiled, plunge them into cold water to stop them cooking.
5. Add the tapioca pearls into the simmering brown sugar syrup and simmer for another few minutes until the syrup is at your desired thickness.
6. Pour into your glass then pour your milk tea – enjoy!

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EAT | Bubble Tea (Kid-Friendly)

Bubble tea or Boba is ridiculously fun to eat and, lucky for me, very easy to make. Have fun putting the tapioca pearls in all sorts of smoothies and drinks once you see how simple it is! You will need an extra thick straw, so be prepared! Subscribe to WUM for new vids M-W-F!

• 1 cup tapioca pearls

• 2 cups milk
• 1 cup frozen strawberries
• 1 cup frozen mangos
• optional agave for sweetness
• optional extra wide boba straws

1. Cook tapioca pearls according to package directions. Ours say to add tapioca pearls into bowling water. Boil for 3 minutes. Cover and turn off heat. Let simmer for 3 minutes. Put pearls into cool water for 20 seconds and then drain.
2. Blend milk and frozen fruit until smooth (will be a very thin smoothie consistency but feel free to make thicker by adding more fruit).
3. Add pearls to a glass, pour in milk and enjoy! You'll need a thick straw!

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Bubble milk tea, made with addictive, slurpable boba (balls of tapioca) is everywhere in LA. Even though it’s widely available, this is one of those items that truly is better when it’s homemade. Why? While always fun and refreshing, commercial bubble milk tea can sometimes be a bit too sweet and lacking in real tea flavor. When you make it yourself, with fragrant tea, organic whole milk, and just a hint of rock sugar, you’ll never go back to the store-bought stuff. Worried about the caffeine content in tea when it comes to the kiddos? Have no fear, boba are a great topping for ice cream, shaved ice and frozen yogurt too.


For the bubble milk tea:
• 2 teaspoons or 2 bags of your favorite black tea (Darjeeling is my favorite)
• 2-3 Tbsp Rock Sugar (to taste)
• 2-3 Tbsp organic whole milk or other milk of your choice
• ice cubes
• 1 - 1 1/4 cups (8 oz. - 10 oz.) of water
• 3-4 tbsp cooked boba/tapioca pearls (recipe follows)*
• Optional equipment: shaker or jar with tight-fitting lid

For the boba:
• ½ c. Boba or tapioca pearls*
• 1 Tbsp honey
• 1 Tbsp brown sugar
• Ice, to create an ice bath
• 1/3 c. simple syrup, made by stirring together equal parts brown sugar and hot water until sugar is fully dissolved

1. Fill a large pot with water.
2. Bring to a boil. Add boba and cook for 25 min over med - high, keeping at a medium boil.
3. Add honey and brown sugar, then turn off heat and let sit, covered, for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, prepare your ice bath by combining ice and water in a bowl large enough to hold the boba.
4. Drain and rinse the boba.
5. Plunge boba in the ice bath - This helps the boba stay nice and chewy!
6. Drain and rinse the boba again, then gently stir in simple syrup. Boba are best used within a few hours but can keep in the refrigerator for a few days.

1. Brew tea: Bring water to a boil, turn off heat, add tea and steep for 5 minutes. If using loose leaf tea, strain the tea. Add in sugar if desired while tea is still hot, stirring until sugar dissolves. Allow tea to cool to room temperature.
2. Add ice to shaker (about half way full or less) along with the tea and milk; shake it vigorously (this helps achieve a light airy texture and foam) until the shaker is ice cold (about 15 seconds)
3. Add boba to the bottom of a glass, along with some ice. Top with the milk tea.

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I show you how to make Brown Sugar Milk Tea, Taro Bubble Tea, and Honeydew milk tea! Quick and easy bubble tea recipe at home! I haven't been able to go out and get my favourite drink, bubble tea since being in #quarantine. I decided to go out and get the ingredients to make it myself!

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How to make Bubble Tea (Boba) from Scratch! ✨

Homemade Bubble Tea Pearls

Prep: 20 mins
Cook: 35 mins
Total: 55 mins
Servings: 1 or 2


For the pearls
• 2 tbsp. water
• 2 tbsp. brown sugar
• 6 tbsp. tapioca starch, divided
For the syrup
• ¼ cup water
• ¼ cup brown sugar


1. Combine water and sugar in a saucepan. Heat until sugar has dissolved.

2. Add 1 tbsp. tapioca starch and stir until it begins to thicken, it will get a bit gooey- that’s what you want. Turn off the heat and stir in the remaining 5 tbsp. of tapioca starch. It will be a bit lumpy but that’s fine.

3. Dust your work surface with tapioca starch and turn your dough ball onto the work surface.

4. The next steps should be done quickly because you want the dough to stay warm! Knead the dough until it forms a nice smooth ball. Divide the dough ball in half, and cover half with plastic wrap to help keep it warm and from drying out.

5. With the half that isn’t covered, roll it out into a long, thin rope. A little less than half an inch thick. Cut the rope into small pieces and roll each piece between the palms of your hands. Put all of the balls into a small dish and dust with tapioca starch to keep them from sticking together. Repeat with remaining dough.

6. Cook the pearls in boiling water. Once they float to the top, turn the heat to low and continue to cook for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, turn off the heat and let them sit in the hot water for 10 more minutes.

7. Drain the pearls and submerge them in ice water. The temperature shock helps them get extra chewy.

8. Melt the sugar and water for the syrup in a saucepan. Cook for a minute or two over medium heat until the syrup starts to thicken. Add the pearls and cook for another minute or two, until the syrup is fairly thick.

9. Serve immediately with ice and milk for brown sugar Boba milk or with your favourite tea.

1. Make sure to work fast once your dough has been kneaded. Pearls that are rolled once the dough cools are more crumbly and tend to not hold their shape as well.

2. The pearls are best served immediately but will still be good if stored in their syrup for a few hours. You can also freeze them after you roll them into balls (before they’re cooked) and cook the same way if you want to have some on hand in case the craving hits!

3. If you’re feeling a little lazy or pressed for time, and don’t mind eating them with a spoon, you can totally skip rolling them into balls and just have squares instead! (Although “square tea” doesn’t have the same ring to it as “bubble tea”)

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So, bubble tea stores have had their business suspended in Singapore as part of our CIRCUIT BREAKER aka lockdown. Lots of people have been missing their bubble tea fix like crazy, so I thought I'd try making HOMEMADE Bubble Tea with DIY Bubble Tea Pearls. How did it go? You'll have to watch to see.

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