Strawberry Mango Bubble Tea
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Strawberry Mango Bubble Tea

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This fun strawberry mango milk bubble tea is perfect for kids and adults!

Strawberry Mango Bubble Tea
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Drinks should be fun. They shouldn’t be just a boring thing that you sip on to solely stay hydrated. A good drink should excite you and make you happy. You should crave the flavors in your favorite drinks and always want more. This strawberry mango milk bubble tea will check all of those boxes. It is flavorful, fun and a drink that will put a smile on your face for sure.

“It is flavorful, fun and a drink that will put a smile on your face”

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This bubble tea has the taste and texture of a smoothie. It is thick, fruity and naturally sweet. However, it has something that smoothies don’t usually have. Boba. Bobas are little balls of tapioca. They are a little chewy and they take on the flavor of whatever they are in. In this case, the bobas taste like strawberry mango milk. As you sip on your bubble tea with a nice, wide straw, the bobas will pop up the straw and into your mouth. This gives the bubble tea a fun texture and almost pudding like taste.

Not only is bubble tea a fun non alcoholic drink for adults, it is also a great drink to serve to kids. Kids will go crazy for the boba pearls and how exciting it is when one shoots up the straw. Our strawberry mango bubble tea is also healthy so you can feel good about making it for your kids. Strawberries and mangos are full of fiber, vitamins and minerals. Milk is packed with calcium and vitamin D. There are no added sweeteners in this drink so you and your family can sip and enjoy it anytime you’d like!

Strawberry Mango Bubble Tea

5 from 1 vote
Recipe by Mocktail.net
Servings

4

servings
Prep time

10

minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 cups milk

  • 1 cup strawberries, chopped

  • 1 cup chopped mango

  • ½ cup Boba (large tapioca pearls)

Directions

  • Place the strawberries and mango in a blender and puree until smooth. Pour the mix through a strainer and discard the pulp, saving only the strained juice. Place in the fridge to chill.
  • Boil the boba pearls in water for about 5 minutes. Let cool completely.
  • Stir the chilled fruit juice and milk together then pour the mix into four glasses.
  • Divide the cooked boba pearls between each glass and enjoy with a fat straw.

Tips and Tricks

  • • Boil the boba in apple juice to give the bubble tea even more flavor.
    • Use almond milk or coconut milk for a dairy free version.
  • Tools:
    • Measuring cup
    • Large pitcher
    • Strainer
    • Large spoon
    • Blender
    • Large bowl

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