DIY Milk Tea Recipe

Make Milk Tea at Home With This DIY Milk Tea Recipe

Are you looking for a great DIY milk tea recipe? Maybe you're wondering where to get those delicious little chewy tapioca balls that give the drink its unique appeal. Tapioca pearls are a starch extract of the cassava plant. When they're raw, they're white, hard, and don't taste like anything. However, after boiling in caramelized syrup, they become the black, springy tapioca pearls that we love in our milk tea.


You can pick up prepared tapioca pearls online at My Bubble Tea and make milk tea at home. You'll need to cook them, but don't worry—we'll teach you how. You can check out our videos if you want to learn how to make milk tea at home like a pro. It's easy to prepare homemade milk tea with one of our kits, too, because it has everything you need, including the fat straw you use to drink it up. If you order bubble tea at a coffee shop, you'll pay three to five dollars a drink. Why spend the extra money when you can make homemade milk tea, anytime, for a lot less money?


To get started, use this DIY milk tea recipe to make homemade milk tea. You can DIY milk tea boba with various flavors, but first, let's start with a classic DIY milk tea recipe. You'll need black tea bags, creamer, and ice. Additionally, you'll want to make sure that you have fructose on hand. Fructose is a fruit juice extract and an excellent way to sweeten homemade milk tea naturally.


The first thing you need to do to make milk tea at home is to prepare the tapioca pearls. It takes two cups of water for every 1/4 cup of tapioca pearls. Once the water is boiling, stir the boba in gently. When they start to float, turn the heat down to low and let them simmer for approximately 20 minutes, or to taste. The best thing about when you make milk tea at home is that you can adjust how long you cook the tapioca pearls and find your perfect chewiness. All you have to do is experiment with how long you let them boil. Also, make sure to stir them occasionally while they simmer gently.


Next, drain the boba and put it in a bowl of sugar syrup to cool. You'll want to use the tapioca pearls immediately, so they taste their best. While the boba cools, go ahead and do the milk tea DIY. Steep the black tea bag in boiled water for three to five minutes (depending on how strong you like your tea). Once the tea is ready, dispose of the teabag. Now, add cream and stir in fructose to your desired sweetness.


The final steps for this DIY milk tea recipe are as follows. Fill a pint glass half full with ice cubes. Add the tapioca pearls. Then pour in the milk tea and add a fat straw. Now, enjoy your homemade milk tea!