Fun in My Kitchen - Brown Sugar Boba Popsicles
Students will learn to make Boba popsicles of their favorite flavor.
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These boba popsicles are becoming the next fad! A box of 4 at the store costs almost $10! So let's make our own at home! If you have taken my DIY boba tea class, you can use the bobas you learned to make from that class. Otherwise, you can get premade bobas for this class. I will demonstrate the process step by step while students follow along to make their own boba popsicles. Students can choose to use different types of ice-cream (look in the supplies section for the options). I will...
- about 1/2 cup cooked boba. (If you have taken my DIY boba tea class, you can use the bobas you learned to make from that class, but they don't need to be round. Just cut the dough up into small chunks will do. You can also purchase them from boba drink places or buy them in a package uncooked and just cook them, but these commercial bobas, when they freeze, they freeze a lot harder and may not taste as good.) *Cook the bobas before class and keep them in some cold water* - ice-cream. Get the kind that freezes solid, not too soft. A pint is enough unless you want to make more. I recommend vanilla or matcha flavor. - 1/4 cup dark brown sugar. If you only have light brown sugar, it'll work too, but the dark brown ones make better coloring. - popsicle mold. I recommend silicone ones. Or you can use small plastic cups and put popsicle sticks in them as well. - popsicle sticks if needed. - microwave & a microwave safe bowl. - measuring spoons & cups
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please be aware of any possible allergies your child might have in the ingredients. Please know that we will be using the microwave to make hot water during class. If your child needs help, please supervise. Students will require parents to help/supervise boiling the boba after the class.
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About Me: I have been teaching for over 15 years in both public and private schools. I have been training teachers for online instruction for the last 4 years. As a specialist in curriculum development, I have spearheaded several initiatives in...