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Royal Family Taiwanese Mochi: Bubble Milk Boba Tea

Skip the drive to your nearest bubble tea shop and enjoy this yummy snack instead! These chewy Taiwanese mochi bites feature a brown sugar milk tea flavor that's out of this world. Soft pressed rice helps create the typical bouncy mochi consistency. Brown sugar paste filling sweetens each bite, along with a chewy boba-like center. Now, you can satisfy your bubble tea cravings anywhere at any time.

Common Allergens: Wheat. Processed In A Facility That Also Contains: Tree Nuts, Peanuts, Wheat, Soy.

What is Boba Tea?

Boba tea or bubble tea originated from Taiwan and consists of a sweetened milk tea and chewy tapiocaboba balls. This popular drink is a sweet treat that can be enjoyed at any time. While the most popular base is milk tea, boba could be added to anything, from juices to other fruity tea combinations to toppings in desserts. 

Within the past few years, Taiwanese boba tea has gained so much popularity spreading all over the world, and has made a huge impact in the United States. If you don’t have a boba store near you – not to worry! This simple recipe will have you sipping on bubble tea in no time!


What are Tapioca Pearls?

Boba is made primarily from tapioca starch which gives it an irresistibly chewy texture. Fresh boba straight out of the pot might be the bestboba you will ever have. With the proper technique, making boba is fairly easy. Here are a few tips.

Once you combine all the ingredients, make sure to roll theboba balls before the dough dries up and hardens. Once the dough hardens, you will not be able to shape it intoboba balls. You also want to also make sure to use extra tapioca starch for dusting to prevent the balls from sticking to each other. It will be difficult to detach from each other once it is stuck. Boba should be eaten as soon as you make it otherwise it will harden and lose its chewiness. 


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