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Bubble Tea Recipe (Boba Milk Tea)

Bubble Tea also called Boba Milk Tea is a sweet, chewy, and authentic Taiwanese Tea. It is usually prepared with tapioca pearls, black tea powder, milk, and sweetener. The recipe I have shared here shows you how to make bubble tea with easy step-by-step instructions for you to try at home.

I have also shared a detailed video of this recipe to make the process visually clear. This Boba Milk Tea tastes great similar to your favorite fast-food chain. And it can be a perfect warm drink to enjoy on cold winter days or enjoy the iced version on hot summer days.

Bubble tea in a glass
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What is Boba Milk Tea?

Bubble Tea which is also called Boba Milk Tea is a Taiwanese drink that is sweet, chewy, and packed with delicious flavors. It is usually made with tapioca pearls, milk tea, and a sweetener. This drink also got so many variations from milk tea to fruit flavors.

This Boba Tea is one of the staples of Taiwanese street stalls, especially in the night markets. You can different boba teas like plain, strawberry, honeydew, lychee, taro, mango, and the options are endless.

This Bubble Tea also got its popularity in the United States for its unique chewy and delicious flavor. And it became one of the most trending drinks in fast food chains. The best part is you can enjoy it as warm or iced according to your preferences.

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Ingredients

The ingredients you will need to make this popular Bubble Tea also called Boba Milk Tea are minimal. And it can be easily available in most Asian stores around.

Bubble Tea Ingredients on a table
  • Black Boba Pearls – I have use instant black tapioca pearls which has already had a good amount of sugar coating on it
  • Black Tea Powder – You can use most asian black tea powders and I have used my regualr orange pekode black tea powder here
  • Milk – I have used whole milk that gives thick tea and feel free to use milk of your choice. You can also use almond milk, oat milkcoconut milk or other non dairy milks also
  • Sweetener – As the boba pearls are already sweet, I have used only minimal amount of brown sugar here and you can feel free to adjust your sweet as per your taste

How to make Boba Tea?

The I have shared here is a super simple Boba Milk Tea or Bubble Tea that is usually recipe found in most fast-food chains. But this version is not super sweet and sugary compared to store ones. I have made the simple recipe for you to easily try and enjoy at home.

Bubble Tea in a glass

Following are the high-level instructions to make this tea but for detailed step-by-step instructions with photo and video, please check out the recipe card below.

  • Cook the Boba – In a saucepan, pour water and bring it to boil. Add in the boba pearls and give a good mix. Boil it for 3 to 5 minutes
  • Simmer Heat – Close the lid of the pan and reduce the heat to low. Cook the boba until it doubles in it size
  • Remove the boba pearls – Now remove the boba pearls from water and reserve it for later use
  • Make Tea Decoction – In a saucepan with medium heat, pour water and add black tea powder. Allow it to brew for 5 to 7 minutes and remove from heat
  • Make Boba Milk Tea – In a serving glass, add 3 tsp of boba pearls cooked, brown sugar and filter the tea decoction to ¼ th of the cup. And now add the milk and give it a mix. Now the delicious and chewy Boba Tea is ready for you to tatse and enjoy

Tips

  • Cooking Bob – Always make sure to follow the package instructions to cook the boba pearls to achieve best results
  • Instant Boba – I have used instant boba pearls here, which cooks sooner than the regular pearls. Also instant pearls should be consumed as soon as it is prepared to enjoy the real freshness
  • Tea decoction – I have prepared the tea decoction using my regular orange pekoe black tea powder, but you can also use other black tea powders or jasmine black tea powder
  • Sugar – As the boba pearls used here already have a good amount of sweetness, I have used only minimal amount of brown sugar here. But feel free to adjust as per your preferences
  • Ice – You can also make this tea iced by adding the cool tea decoction, cold milk and lot of ice cubes to enjoy on hot summer days
  • Condensed Milk – For Vietnamese version, you can add the condensed milk which delivers a super sweet Boba Milk Tea

Bubble Tea Flavors

When it comes to bubble tea, you can find different types of flavors based on the tea powder, boba, flavoring syrup, or other add-ins. The most famous flavors are Taro, cocoa, mango, lychee, banana, strawberry, and so on. There are also different boba made with tapioca, sweet potato, jelly, and much more.

Boba Vs Bubble Tea

Both the terms refer to the same Taiwanese tea. The drink also got another term called pearl milk tea. So it is just a different name for the same drink. And it usually differs based on the location, people, and the term they would like to name it.

Calories

This Bubble or Boba Milk Tea that I have shared here contains 85 calories per serving and it is an estimation by the nutrition calculator. The calories may vary if you change or swap any of the ingredients. You could also check the detailed nutritional information in the recipe card below.

Storage Suggestions

As I have used the instant black boba pearls here they may not be fresh for long hours, so I suggest you drink the tea immediately as soon as it is prepared.

Serving Suggestions

Serve this Bubble Tea warm on cold winter days or iced to quench your thirst on hot summer days.

You can also find similar drinks below and more at Tea Recipes.

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Boba Milk Tea Recipe video

I have also shared a detailed video of this Boba Milk Tea below that I hope will help you to make a chewy and milky tea at home. And you could also find this recipe in story format.

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Yield: 2 cups

Bubble Tea (Boba Milk Tea)

Bubble Tea in a glass

Bubble Tea also called Boba Milk Tea is a sweet, chewy, and authentic Taiwanese Tea. It is usually prepared with tapioca pearls, black tea powder, milk, and sweetener. This Boba Milk Tea tastes great similar to your favorite fast-food chain. And it can be a perfect warm drink to enjoy on cold winter days or the iced version on hot summer days.

Prep Time
5 minutes

Cook Time
15 minutes

Total Time
20 minutes

Ingredients

  • ¼ cup Black Boba Pearls, instant

  • 3 + 2 cup Water

  • 2 tsp Black Tea Powder

  • 1 tsp Brown Sugar

  • 1 cup Milk

Notes

  1. Cooking Bob – Always make sure to follow the package instructions to cook the boba pearls to achieve the best results
  2. Instant Boba – I have used instant boba pearls here, which cooks sooner than the regular pearls. Also, instant pearls should be consumed as soon as it is prepared to enjoy the real freshness
  3. Tea decoction – I have prepared the tea decoction using my regular orange pekoe black tea powder, but you can also use other black tea powders or jasmine black tea powder
  4. Sugar – As the boba pearls used here already have a good amount of sweetness, I have used only a minimal amount of brown sugar here. But feel free to adjust as per your preferences
  5. Ice – You can also make this iced tea by adding the cool tea decoction, cold milk, and a lot of ice cubes to enjoy for summer days
  6. Condensed Milk – For the Vietnamese version, you can add the condensed milk which delivers a super sweet Boba Milk Tea

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

2

Serving Size:

1 cup

Amount Per Serving:

Calories: 85Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 10mgSodium: 87mgCarbohydrates: 12gFiber: 0gSugar: 9gProtein: 4g

Disclaimer: Nutrition information comes from third-party apps and calculators. The information is purely an estimate and provided for information purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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FAQ

What is Bubble Tea?

Bubble Tea or Boba tea is a popular Taiwanese drink made with tapioca pearls, milk tea, and sweetener. It is one of the staple drinks of Taiwan and is usually served in the night stalls of the country. This Taiwanese tea is usually made both iced and warm to quench the thirst.

What is Boba Milk Tea taste like?

It is sweet, chewy, and has a balanced flavor of tea, milk, and tapioca pearls. It is not too sweet or too bitter but tastes perfectly delicious to enjoy with those chunky bites in.

How many calories are in Bubble Tea?

This Bubble or Boba Milk Tea that I have shared here contains 85 calories per serving and it is an estimation by the nutrition calculator. The calories may vary if you change or swap any of the ingredients. You could also check the detailed nutritional information in the recipe card above.

What are the balls in Boba Tea?

It is nothing but the tapioca starch kneaded into a dough and rolled like small balls, which is then boiled and coated with sugar syrup.

What is Boba Tea made of?

Boba tea is made with tapioca pearls, milk, black tea, and sweeteners. It is also made with a variety of fruit syrups and other flavoring agents.

I hope you enjoyed the recipe that I have shared here and I would love to hear from you on how it turned out for you. Please let me know.

If you have any other questions, feel free to post them in the comment section below and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

Enjoy!

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Taro Milk Tea Recipe (Taro Bubble Tea)

Taro Milk Tea also called Taro Bubble Tea is a sweet, chewy, and creamy purple-colored Taiwanese drink. It is prepared with Taro Root Powder, milkblack or green tea, and black Boba pearls. This Taro Milk tea is one of the versions of Bubble Tea that I have already shared in this blog.

The recipe I have shared here shows you how to make Taro Milk Tea with easy step-by-step instructions for you to try and enjoy at home. I have also shared a detailed video of this recipe to make the cooking process simple and clear. This Taro Bubble Tea is a perfect drink to enjoy on cold winter days or as iced on hot summer days.

Taro Milk Tea in a glass
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What is Taro Milk Tea?

Taro Milk Tea also called Taro Bubble tea is a sweet, creamy, and purple-colored drink loaded with flavors of Taro Root. It is usually prepared with Taro root powder, tapioca pearls, milk, and brewed green or black tea.

This Taro Bubble Tea tastes delicious similar to other variations of boba tea. And it has a thick and creamy texture due to the taro root’s starchy property. You can feel the starchiness in the drink only if you are using a fresh taro root but not in the powder version.

This Taro Boba Milk Tea is one of the must-try drinks and can be customized as per individual preferences. You can serve this warm tea on winter days or iced during hot summer days.

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Ingredients

The main ingredients you will need to make this Taro Milk Tea is Taro Root and the Boba for that bubbly look. Usually, fresh Taro roots are available in most Asian stores, and you can also use Taro Root Powder that is easily available in online stores.

Taro Milk Tea Ingredients
  • Taro Root Powder – I have used Taro root powder to make this bubble tea, but you can also use fresh taro root. But if you are using the root, then I have suggested how to use it in the below tips section
  • Boba Pearls – Here I have used instant black sugar Boba that cook usually in under 10 minutes
  • Black Tea or Green Tea – Classic Taro Milk Tea is usually consumed without tea but adding brewed black tea or green tea balance the sweetness of taro root. Here I have used loose leaf of black tea, but feel free to use green tea if thats handy to you
  • Milk – Full fat milk or half and half gives the reich and creamy texture to your boba drink
  • Sweetener – I have used minimal amount of brown sugar here and you can use sweetner of your choice. Note that store brought Taro powder usyally has good amount of sweet already in it, so make sure to add the sweetner accordingly

How to make Taro Milk Tea?

The recipe I have shared here is Taro Milk Tea which is also popularly known as Taro Bubble Tea. Here I have infused black tea decoction along with Taro Milk and the chewy tapioca boba pearls to enjoy the flavor of Taro, tea, and boba.

Taro Milk Tea in a Glass

Following are the high-level instructions to make this tea but for detailed step-by-step instructions with photo and video, please check out the recipe card below.

  • Cook the Boba – In a pan with medium heat, pour water and bring it to slight boil. Now add the black sugar Boba and allow it to boil for 2 minutes.
  • Simmer heat – Close the pan with lid and cook the Boba until it doubles in its size. Now remove the Boba pearls from the water and reserve it for later use. You can also keep the Boba in the water until you add them in the tea and this avoid turning them sticky
  • Brew the Tea – In a saucepan, with medium heat, pour water and add black tea leaves and brew it for 2 to 3 minutes. Remove the tea and reserve it for later use. You can also use Jasmine green tea leaves. If you prefer not to use tea in this recipe, you can also skip adding the brewed tea
  • Making Taro Milk Tea – In a mug or glass, add 3 tsp of Taro Powder into warm milk and mix until it incorporates well. Now in a serving glass, Add in the Boba pearls, brown sugar, and filter the Brewed tea. Finally pour the prepared Taro milk and give a good mix
  • Serving – Serve this sweet and creamy Taro Milk Tea warm or you can also serve it cold by adding lot of ice cubes to your tea

Tips

  • For Creamy Texture – Adding full fat milk or half and half gives the rich and creamy texture to your drink but feel free to use milk of choice
  • Tea – Even though I have used black brewed tea to make this drink, you can also use green tea leaves to achieve simialr results
  • Caffeine-Free Version – You can also enjoy this drink just without the tea, and just adding Taro Milk and boba for a caffeine-free version
  • Without Taro Root Powder – This recipe is made using store brought Taro Root Powder but you can also use fresh Taro Root
  • Fresh Taro Root Process – If you are using the fresh Taro root, then I recommend you peel and cook the root thoroughly until it turns fork tender. Then mash and mix them well into the milk. Then add the sweetener of your choice and boba to enjoy the authentic taste and flavor of the drink
  • Sweetner – I have only used minimal amount of brown sugar, as the boba, taro powder are already sweetened but you can use sweetner of your choice. You can also use condensed milk to enjoy it as a sweet treat

Calories

The Taro Bubble or Milk Tea that I have shared here contains 108 calories per serving and it is an estimation by the calculator nutrition. The calorie count may vary if you change or alter any of the ingredients. You could also find the detailed nutritional information in the recipe card below.

Storage Suggestions

This Tea tastes great when served immediately hot or iced. But you can store it in the refrigerator if you are planning to enjoy it as iced. But I suggest not to store it for more than 4 hours as the taro powder curls up and does not have the fresh taste and flavor.

Serving Suggestions

Serve this Taro Milk Tea or Bubble Tea hot or iced filled with a lot of ice cubes. You can also add extra frothed milk for the hot version.

You could also find similar drinks below and more at Tea Recipes and Winter Drinks.

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Taro Milk Tea Recipe video

I have also shared a detailed video of this Taro Milk Tea Recipe below that I hope will help you to make a delicious fancy drink at home. And you could also find this recipe in story format.

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Taro Milk Tea (Taro Bubble Tea) in a glass

Taro Milk Tea (Taro Bubble Tea)

Yield:
2 cup

Prep time:
5 minutes

Cook Time:
10 minutes

Total Time:
15 minutes

Taro Milk Tea also called Taro Bubble Tea is a sweet, chewy, and creamy purple-colored Taiwanese drink. It is prepared with Taro Root Powder, milk, black or green tea, and black boba pearls. This Taro Bubble Tea is a perfect drink to enjoy on cold winter days or as iced on hot summer days.

Ingredients

  • ½ cup Black Boba, instant

  • 1 tsp Black Tea, loose-leaf or green tea

  • 1 cup Milk

  • 3 + 2 cup Water

  • 1 tsp Brown Sugar

  • 2 tsp Taro Root Powder

Notes

  1. For Creamy Texture – Adding full-fat milk or half and half gives the rich and creamy texture to your drink but feel free to use milk of choice
  2. Tea – Even though I have used black brewed tea to make this drink, you can also use green tea leaves to achieve similar results
  3. Caffeine-Free Version – You can also enjoy this drink just without the tea, and just by adding Taro Milk and boba for a caffeine-free version
  4. Without Taro Root Powder – This recipe is made using store brought Taro Root Powder but you can also use fresh Taro Root
  5. Fresh Taro Root Process – If you are using the fresh Taro root, then I recommend you peel and cook the root thoroughly until it turns fork tender. Then mash and mix them well into the milk. Then add the sweetener of your choice and boba to enjoy the authentic taste and flavor of the drink
  6. Sweetener – I have only used a minimal amount of brown sugar, as the boba, taro powder are already sweetened but you can use the sweetener of your choice. You can also use condensed milk to enjoy it as a sweet treat

Nutrition Information:

Yield: 2

Serving Size: 1 cup

Amount Per Serving:

Calories: 108Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 10mgSodium: 67mgCarbohydrates: 17gFiber: 0gSugar: 11gProtein: 4g

Disclaimer: Nutrition information comes from third-party apps and calculators. The information is purely an estimate and provided for information purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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FAQ

What is Taro Milk Tea?

Taro Milk Tea also called Taro Bubble Tea is a classical, sweet and creamy Taiwanese drink. It is made with Black Tapioca pearls, taro root powder, black or green tea leaves, milk, and sweetener. This Taro Bubble Tea is usually served warm or iced according to individual preferences.

What does Taro Boba Tea taste like?

It tastes sweet, creamy, and slightly vanilla-like flavor. If the Taro Milk tea is infused with black or green tea, then you can also feel the taste and flavor of it.

Does Taro Milk Tea have caffeine?

The I have shared here contains caffeine as I have added brewed tea here, but you can also skip the brewed tea for a caffeine-free drink.

What are the calories in Taro Milk Tea?

The Taro Bubble or Milk Tea that I have shared here contains 108 calories per serving and it is an estimation by the calculator nutrition. The calorie count may vary if you change or alter any of the ingredients. You could also find detailed nutritional information in the recipe card above.

I hope you enjoyed the recipe that I have shared here and I would love to hear from you on how it turned out for you. Please let me know.

If you have any other questions, feel free to post them in the comment section below and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

Enjoy!

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Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea Recipe

Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea also called Strawberry Boba Tea is a rich, sweet and chewy drink. It is usually made with strawberry milk, green tea, and tapioca pearls. This Strawberry Milk tea is one of the versions like Bubble Tea and Taro Milk Tea that I have already shared in this blog.

The recipe I have shared here shows how to make a Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea with easy step-by-step instructions for you to try and enjoy at home. I have also shared a detailed video of this recipe to make the cooking process simple and clear. This Strawberry Milk Tea is a perfect treat to refresh yourself on a hot summer day or warm on cold winter days.

Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea in a Glass
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What is Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea?

Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea is a rich, sweet, and refreshing drink packed with flavors of strawberries and chewy boba. It is usually made with strawberry milk, tapioca pearls, green tea, and sweetener.

This Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea tastes like a real strawberry with a mild flavor of green tea and some brown sugar boba flavor. It tastes absolutely decadent compared to other variations.

You can customize this drink hot or iced according to individual preferences and hence it can be enjoyed all year round.

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Ingredients

The ingredients you will need to make this Strawberry Milk Tea are simple and let’s see what they are below.

Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea Ingredients on a table
  • Strawberry Milk – I used homemade strawberry milk that I had already handy and you could also use store brought ones which gives similar taste and flavor. And I have a recipe for strawberry milk already in this blog, you can also check it if you want to make it at home
  • Green Tea – Green Tea or black tea both works for this recipe. And I have used tea bags, you can also use powder if that’s handy
  • Instant Boba Pearls – There are verities of Boba available in the market, feel free to use your favorite ones. Here I have used black sugar Boba pearls and it cooks in under 10 minutes
  • Brown Sugar – I have used minimal amount of brown sugar here, since my Boba and strawberry milk already have a good amount of sugar in it

How to make Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea?

The recipe I have shared here is a homemade Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea and I have used green tea and homemade Strawberry Milk to make this Boba tea. But you can also use store brought strawberry milk to make this drink.

Following are the high-level instructions to make this drink but for detailed step-by-step instructions with photo and video, please check out the recipe card below.

  • Bring water to boil – In a saucepan with medium heat, pour water and bring it to boil
  • Add the boba pearls – Now add the black boba pearls and allow them to cook for 3 to 5 minutes
  • Cook the boba – Close the lid of the pan and simmer the heat. And cook the boba pearls until it doubles in it size
  • Drain the boba – Open the lid and remove the boba pearls from water and reserve them for later use
  • Brew the green tea – Now in a saucepan, pour water and add green tea bags. Close the lid and allow it to brew for 3 to 5 minutes. Remove it from heat and allow it to cool down to room temperature
  • Make Strawberry Milk Tea Now in a serving glass, add the cooked boba pearls, sugar, green tea, and strawberry milk and give it a mix. Now the delicious and chewy tea is ready for you to try and enjoy.
  • Serve – Serve this refreshing drink warm on cold winter days or iced on hot summer days

Tips

  • Cooking Bob – Always make sure to cook the boba according to the package instructions to achieve the best results, here I have used instant boba and you can also use other varieties according to your preferences
  • Tea Decoction – I have used green tea to make this drink you can also use black tea to achieve similar results
  • Sweetener – The boba and the strawberry milk that I have already used has a good amount of sugar, So I have used only 1 tsp of brown sugar to make this drink and you can use or skip it
  • Ice Version – You can enjoy this drink at room temperature or with a lot of ice cubes
  • Serving – Serve this drink in hot summer or slightly warm on cold winter days

Calories

This Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea contains 202 calories per serving and it is an estimation by the nutrition calculator. The calorie count may change if you change or substitute the ingredients. You can also find the detailed nutritional information in the recipe card below.

Storage Suggestions

You can make green tea ahead and strawberry milk ahead and store it in the refrigerator for up to a day. And I would recommend cooking the boba when you are planning to serve or enjoy the tea. Usually, instant boba turns rubbery and too sticky if you leave it unused for long hours.

Serving Suggestions

Serve this sweet and refreshing drink on hot summer days or slightly warm on cold winter days. You can also enjoy it as a treat when you crave a dessert or sweet.

You could also find similar recipes below and more at Tea Recipes

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Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea Video

I have also shared a detailed video of this Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea Recipe that I hope will help you to make a refreshing drink at home. You could also find this recipe in story format.

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Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea in a Glass

Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea

Yield:
2 cup

Prep time:
5 minutes

Cook Time:
15 minutes

Total Time:
20 minutes

Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea also called Strawberry Boba Tea is a rich, sweet and chewy drink. It is usually made with strawberry milk, green tea, and tapioca pearls. This Strawberry Milk Tea is a perfect treat to refresh yourself on a hot summer day or enjoy it warm on cold winter days.

Ingredients

  • ¼ cup Black Boba Pearls, instant

  • 3 + 2 cup Water

  • 2 Green Tea Bags

  • 1 tsp Brown Sugar

  • 1½ cup Strawberry Milk

Notes

  1. Cooking Bob – Always make sure to cook the boba according to the package instructions to achieve the best results, here I have used instant boba and you can also use other varieties according to your preferences
  2. Tea Decoction – I have used green tea to make this drink you can also use black tea to achieve similar results
  3. Sweetener – The boba and the strawberry milk that I have already used has a good amount of sugar, So I have used only 1 tsp of brown sugar to make this drink and you can use or skip it
  4. Ice Version – You can enjoy this drink at room temperature or with a lot of ice cubes
  5. Serving – Serve this refreshing drink in hot summer or slightly warm on cold winter days

Nutrition Information:

Yield: 2

Serving Size: 1 cup

Amount Per Serving:

Calories: 202Total Fat: 6gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 24mgSodium: 128mgCarbohydrates: 31gFiber: 0gSugar: 3gProtein: 7g

Disclaimer: Nutrition information comes from third-party apps and calculators. The information is purely an estimate and provided for information purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

Did you make this recipe?

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FAQ

What is Strawberry Milk Tea?

Strawberry Milk Tea is a sweet, refreshing, and decadent drink made with strawberry milk, green tea, and tapioca pearls. It is one of the popular variations of bubble tea and is usually served warm or iced.

What does Strawberry Milk Tea taste like?

It tastes like a fresh taste of strawberry milk with a slight flavor of green tea and a chewy texture from the boba pearls.

Does Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea have caffeine?

Yes, this drink has green tea as one of its main ingredients which contain caffeine in it.

What are the calories in Strawberry Milk Bubble Tea?

This Tea contains 202 calories per serving and it is an estimation by the nutrition calculator. The calorie count may change if you change or substitute the ingredients. You can also find detailed nutritional information in the recipe card above.

I hope you enjoyed the recipe that I have shared here and I would love to hear from you on how it turned out for you. Please let me know.

If you have any other questions, feel free to post them in the comment section below and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

Enjoy!