Boba Milk TeaThis would work with a smoothie as well; actually, when I go out for boba I usually end up with a smoothie. The Tacoma Mall boba shop has a delicious Caramel Dream smoothie-milkshake-thing that's hard to resist. But I'm going to write about milk tea because I really like milk tea.Boba Milk Tea by Sheelos-lover
Pro tip: when making smoothies, use frozen fruit instead of ice. You end up with an equally frozen, but less diluted, smoothie.
You will need:
-Large tapioca pearls
-A medium-large saucepan (bigger is better than smaller)
-Your favorite tea I've been leaning toward chai recently, but I also have a lovely, mild lavender green tea. If it's strong, use one tea bag; if it's weak or you want to use lots and lots of milk, use two. Or use loose leaf tea, if you have a blend you like. It should be a tea that you don't bind sweetening.
-Honey or brown sugar for the boba
-Whichever sweetener you prefer for the tea
-Milk whatever kind you us
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