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    These were a variation from the user "What's Cooking?" My mom came up with this and it was so delicious and coconutty!

    Recipe #248919

    Tastes just like cheesecake. I had to taste test to get the right amount of cheesecake flavor but it tastes perfect now. Note large tapioca pearls can be purchased at Asian grocery stores. Bubble tea straws can be purchased online.

    Recipe #248528

    Tastes just like the ice cream. I love this one the most. Note: large tapioca pearl can be purchased at Asian grocery stores and bubble tea straws can be purchased through many online stores.

    Recipe #248343

    If you really like bakery flavors this is the flavor for you. It tastes almost like the Birthday cake icecream at Cold Stone creamery. Note : Large Tapioca can be purchased at Asian grocery stores. Bubble tea straws can be purchased inexpensively here, www.bubbleteacanada.com

    Recipe #248339

    This is heavenly! It tastes almost like the real thing only its a slushie drink with tapioca pearls. Note: Large tapioca pearl can be purchased at asian grocery stores. Extra wide straws can be purchased here real cheap. www.bubbleteacanada.com

    Recipe #248333

    Tastes just like a Chai tea latte. Very creamy and delicious. Note: Large Tapioca Pearl can be purchased at an Asian grocery store. Bubble tea straws can be purchased cheap from www.bubbleteacanada.com

    Recipe #247141

    It sounds a little fancy but it is to die for! If chocolate covered strawberries are your thing then you have to try this. It is creamy and sort of thick like a bubble tea milkshake. But very yummy. Note :Minute tapioca pearls can be found in Asian supermarkets and are grey in the package.

    Recipe #246052

    This is a delicious bubble tea flavor. It has more texture than the normal bubble teas. The excess pistachio pudding mix adds another creamy texture at the bottom of the glass. For my OCD purposes I have added a drop of food dye to get that green pistachio colour. Note: You can use sugar free pudding mix. The tapioca pearl are grey in the package and can be found at asian supermarkets.

    Recipe #245515

    This is a popular asian flavor and it reminds me of oreo cookies. It may sound odd but it really is delicious. Try it and you may just love it! Note: Black Sesame Powder can be found in Asian Grocery stores anywhere. The tapioca pearls are Minute brand found in Asian Grocery stores. They are grey in colour. I will post my recipe for black sesame paste shortly.

    Recipe #245454

    This is my recipe for a homemade bubble tea flavor. It tastes delicious and my friends all loved it. Note: This uses Minute Tapioca Pearls from an Asian Grocery. They are grey in color and have a colourful package with asian writing on it.

    Recipe #245414

    This makes about 30 servings. You can cut it down to suit how many servings you would like. It is a strong boiled tea base which you use 1 cup of ice to balance it in each single 16 oz Bubble tea. It can be made with green tea, red tea, chai tea, oolong tea, Thai tea blend, yerba mate or coffee. Make sure to weight the tea bags to get correct amount. This is borrowed from www.ellenskitchen.com/recipebox/bubblet.html

    Recipe #245413

    This is the liquid sweetner used in all Bubble tea drinks. It is used both to cover the tapioca pearl and sweeten the drink. You can use all white sugar for fruit flavored drinks and green tea base drinks. It can be easily made diabetic but substituting Splenda for the sugar in the recipe. This is how I make it but not everyone is okay with Splenda. This recipe has been borrowed from www.ellenskitchen.com/recipebox/bubblet.html

    Recipe #245412

    A refreshing new twist on an old favorite. This is for the Asian tapioca pearl drink that is very popular in Taiwan now. Bubble Tea isn't hard to make at home and it is a lot more healthy and fresher tasting to make at home. If you don't have a cocktail shaker just use a 16 oz tightly sealed thermos or jar. I used a thermos and it works great! I will include recipes for the tea base. Note: You have to purchase the Bubble tea straws to drink up the large tapioca pearl. Otherwise you can use regular pearls, but that's not as much fun!

    Recipe #245389


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