Boba tea pearls are commonly used to make the popular drink Bubble tea, which is one of the most wildly tasty and Instagrammable teas yet! With layers of creative colors and mesmerizing textures it is one of the most fun teas to experience in your day. And, you can now make a restaurant-quality Boba drink right in the comfort of your own home with our do-it-yourself Boba Pearls. It's a perfect treat any time of day when that boba craving strikes.
You can add some extra oomph and get creative by adding Boba to any of our fan-favorite creamer-based Tea Drops. They are amazing with Thai Iced Tea, Chai Iced Tea, or Matcha Green Tea Latte varieties that come with Copper Cow Sweetened Condensed Milk packets to take your tea to the next level!
No chef training needed! Preparing them is super simple and easy to do - and so incredibly fun. Try it as a fun activity with your partner, kids, roomie, or BFF, and create a magical and memorable experience.
- 4 ounce bag, about 100 individual boba pearls (2-4 servings)
If you are big into Boba you can bulk up and save on a 3 Pack, purchase a cool reusable rose gold colored straw, or even the perfect Betty Boba Tumbler for your drinks! You can also check out all our Boba Tea and Latte Kits for a special treat!
*Tea Drops have a shelf life of over year, but the Boba shelf life is about 2 months. It is best to consume and enjoy before expiration.
Boba pearls or tapioca balls, are made of a translucent starch extracted from the cassava root. It is naturally gluten-free and made into flour and edible pearls. At first, the tapioca is hard and bland until it is soaked in a caramel-like syrup that gives it its deep and rich mahogany color, delectable sweetened flavor, and unique, tantalizing texture that we have grown to know and love.
While there aren't a ton of health benefits related to boba, the fun and flavor it adds to your drinks will make your day!
Nutrition + Ingredients
Calories: 140, Carb: 36g, Sugar: 0g
Brown Sugar Flavoring
Modified Tapioca Starch
Contains less than 2%: Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose, Potassium Sorbate, Xanthan Gum
How To Prepare
1. In a small pot, bring 3 cups of water to boil.
2. Add boba tea packet, and stir until boba floats. Cover with lid and let cook for 20-25 minutes on medium-low heat.
3. Turn off heat and let sit covered for 20 minutes.
4. Drain and rinse boba with warm water.
5. Add Boba to your cup of Tea Drops and enjoy!
Pro Tip: If you like a firmer boba reduce time by 1-2 minutes, and if you'd like a softer boba boil an additional 1-2 minutes.