How To Make Strawberry Boba Tea

Boba balls or Popping Pearls, also known as “popping boba” or “bursting bobas,” are tiny balls that are full of flavorful fruit juices (strawberries, pears, peaches, and pineapples) when bit into. These fun treats are trendy in the USA and Canada and now are gaining popularity in Europe and Asia.

As a rule, boba balls are used in tea toppings, iced milk, or any iced beverage; however, there are many different recipes for boba. There are puddings, cakes, and ice creams.

As you read this article, I will share one of the best dessert ideas you can make with strawberry boba or bubble. You can make Strawberry Boba at home in just a few simple steps. Whether you make it for dessert, breakfast, or summertime, it’s perfect.

What Is Strawberry Boba Made Of?

For example, water, strawberry juice, sugar, calcium lactate, malic acid, artificial coloring, fruit flavorings, and seaweed extracts make up the strawberry boba’s outer texture.

Where To Buy Strawberry Boba

Right now, boba balls are prevalent, and people always want them. In the USA or Canada, strawberry boba is available almost everywhere. It is also available online from Amazon or Walmart.

Is Strawberry Boba Healthy?

Strawberry Boba is essentially carbs and sugar with little nutritional value. There are no vitamins or minerals in Strawberry Boba. It is not recommended that you eat boba balls every day because it may have severe consequences for your health.

How To Store Strawberry Boba?

To store strawberry boba at room temperature, place it in a jar and cover it with sugar syrup/fructose/ to prevent the boba from sticking together. Refrigerating them will cause the balls to harden. You should consume strawberry boba within four hours to prevent them from becoming too soft.

Strawberry Milk Boba Tea: How To Make?

It’s easy to make Strawberry Milk Boba Tea with this recipe. This Strawberry Milk Boba Tea will blow your mind using green tea, strawberry milk, simple syrup, and strawberry boba.

  1. For a strong tea, steep the tea bags in water for at least 10 minutes. The steeped tea can also be prepared up to a day in advance and stored in the refrigerator.
  2. Follow the directions on the package for preparing strawberry boba. Simply boil for five minutes and rest for ten minutes covered.
  3. Add four tablespoons of simple sugar syrup to the boba after removing it from the pot with a slotted spoon.
  4. Divide the sweetened, cooked tapioca pearls between 4 glasses, then pour 14% tea into each, followed by 12% strawberry milk. Serve with ice cubes if desired.
  5. Use long dessert spoons to obtain the boba.


There you have it! Here’s how you can make your favorite strawberry boba tea! The way you make it is entirely up to you.

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