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5 TASTY Bubble Tea Recipes To Whip Up From Home In Singapore


Ever since bubble tea was struck off the list of essential services during the Covid-19 circuit breaker, BBT fans have been dealing with six long weeks without their favourite beverage fix.

If you’re one of those people, why not make some homemade bubble tea with these 5 easy recipes. Bonus: You’ll save money, too!

(Prefer something a little, ahem, stronger? Try your hand at these DIY cocktails. Too lazy? These bars are delivering ready-made drinks.)

1. Brown Sugar Bubble Tea

(image: AsiaOne)

Try your hand at making your own brown sugar pearl bubble tea from scratch (pearls included, if you can’t get or don’t like the idea of store-bought tapioca pearls). The recipe, according to the article, also turns out chewier pearls for those of you who prefer your boba with more bite.

Get the recipe from AsiaOne here

2. Oolong Milk Tea


If you have a stash of oolong tea leaves at home, try this aromatic recipe spiced up with a touch of cinnamon.

Get the recipe from Talk Boba here

3. Mango Matcha Bubble Tea

(image: Eat Cho Food)

An upgrade to your regular matcha milk tea, this infuses the earthy aroma of matcha with the fresh sweetness of a ripe mango.

Get the recipe from Eat Cho Food here.

4. Cheese Tea Cream Cheese

(image: LowCarbingAsian)

For those of you who love the cheese tea of a particular local brand, put this savoury-meets-sweet concoction on your to-make list. Other than green tea, you can also brew your favourite fruit tea, then top it with the cheese foam.

Get the recipe from LowCarbingAsian here.

5. Iced Earl Grey Tea Latte

(image: Oh, How Civilized)

The malty notes of Earl Grey (you can use a tea bag) are elevated with a delectably fluffy cream top. All this recipe calls for is heavy cream, sugar, salt and a bit of effort.

Get the recipe from Oh, How Civilized here.

Text adapted from Home & Decor, April 2020

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