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Fruit Bubble Tea Recipe With Health Benefits

Fruit Bubble Tea Recipe With Health Benefits. Bubble tea is a delicious drink and its demand is increasing day by day. There are many ways to make bubble tea, including fruit, milk, and, of course, tea. Fruits, milk, tea and boba are the main ingredients of bubble tea.

Fruit Bubble Tea Recipe With Health Benefits

Bubble tea is a very popular drink. It has a well-balanced flavour that is sweet, and milky. With boba pearls as a subtle touch, teas balance out the richness and creaminess of the boba tastes, so even though it is sweet, it is not too sugary.

Fruit Bubble Tea
Fruit Bubble Tea

What is Boba?

Boba often referred to as Black Tapioca Pearls, is produced from tapioca, a refined starch derived from the root of a cassava plant that is gluten-free. They are a tiny, chewy, black “pearl”-sized ball in your bubble tea once they have been made.

What is Boba
What is Boba

Which milk is used in bubble tea?

In order to achieve its special creamy flavour, bubble tea drinks sometimes use milk or even a milk substitute. Soy milk, skimmed milk, condensed milk and other flavoured milk like coconut and almond milk can be used in bubble tea.

Note: Some of the sour fruit-flavoured bubble teas are just made without milk since the fruit syrup’s acidity can cause the milk to curdle.

Here is an ultimate description of fruit bubble tea recipe with health benefits

Health Benefits of bubble tea

In addition to being a delightful drink, bubble tea mixed with milk & fruit is one that you may enjoy yourself as well as serve to your children. Fruit, which is rich in vitamins and minerals, is a fantastic source of nutrients for a balanced diet. Milk has a special nutrient package that includes eight grammes of high-quality protein and nine other essential nutrients in every 8-ounce glass, making it more than simply an addition to your bubble tea. Therefore, while your bubble tea may be enjoyable and visually appealing, be aware that it also contains healthy ingredients.

Health Benefits
Health Benefits of bubble tea

Note: Due to its increased calorie content, bubble tea can probably cause weight gain. A minimum of 370 calories are in one serving of bubble tea.

Must read: Miracle Weight Loss Drink Recipe

Blueberry bubble tea

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of blueberries, either fresh or frozen
    1 cup of milk
  • 1 spoonful of honey
  • Ice 4-5 ice cubes for a thicker consistency

Method

Simply combine all of the ingredients, excluding the Boba, to make your delightful fruit milk combo, and then pour it into your preferred glass along with the prepared Boba.

 Blueberry bubble tea
Blueberry bubble tea

Strawberry bubble tea

Ingredients

  • 1 cup strawberries, either fresh or frozen
  • milk, 1 cup
  • 1 teaspoon of honey
  • To give your bubble tea a beautiful thicker consistency when using fresh fruit, add 4-5 ice cubes.
  • Boba prepared (Black tapioca Pearls)

Method

To make your Fruit Bubble Tea, just combine all of the ingredients in a blender, excluding the Boba, and pour the delightful fruit milk combination into your preferred glass along with the prepared Boba.

Strawberry bubble tea
Strawberry bubble tea

Also read: Why Strawberries Are Too Good For Your Hair

Mango bubble tea

Ingredients

  • 1 cup mango, fresh or frozen
  • a cup of milk and a spoonful of honey
  • For a wonderful thicker consistency in your bubble tea when using fresh fruit, add 4-5 ice cubes.
  • made Boba ready (Black Tapioca Pearls)

Method

Simply combine all the ingredients—aside from the Boba—to make your delightful fruit milk combination, then pour it into your favourite glass along with the prepared Boba to make your Fruit Bubble Tea.

Mango bubble tea
Mango bubble tea

Tip: Use a wide straw to enjoy bubble tea easily.

Sunbal Razzaq

Sunbal Razzaq is the founder & CEO of Sunshine Tips.

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