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Save Your Money and Make Bubble Tea at Home - Two Types
In this one-time class, students will learn how to make two different Boba drinks, also called Bubble Tea.
You can call it Boba Tea, Milk Tea, or Bubble Tea, but this Taiwanese-drink was invented in the 1980’s and quickly became a hit worldwide. The boba pearls in the drink are gluten-free and are made of tapioca starch, which is extracted from cassava roots from South America. It floats in the comfort drink called Boba or Bubble Tea, which also contains tea mixed with either milk or fruits. I first tried Boba when I was 12, and I’ve been hooked onto it ever since. In this class, we’ll make the...
Students will learn how to make the classic Pearl Milk Tea, as well as the Matcha Green Tea with Cheese Foam and Boba Pearls
I’m obsessed with Boba Teas! I started making them five years ago when I realized I spent way too much money at the bubble tea shops. In 2019, my passion for the drinks even led me to visit the original boba tea cafe in Taichung, Taiwan.
0Pearl Milk Tea: -Filtered Water -Black Tea Bags -Brown Sugar -Boba Pearls -Heavy Cream -Sugar -Ice -Honey - Optional if you don’t want to use brown sugar Matcha Green Tea with Cheese Foam and Boba Pearls: -Matcha Powder -Hot Water -Brown Sugar (if you want your matcha sweetened) -Milk (of your choice) -Boba Pearls - Optional Cheese foam: Cream Cheese - Room temperature Heavy Whipping Cream Milk (to thin out) Sugar Tools: -Jar or glass for the boba tea -Extra wide straw if using boba pearls in drink -Pot with lid -Slotted spoon or strainer -Two Bowls -Handheld milk frother (only for Pearl Milk Tea) -Whisk for Matcha Green Tea (I’ll be using a milk frother) -Measuring cups/spoons (teaspoon, tablespoon, 1/2 cup, 1/4 cup) -Mixing bowl - Only for Matcha Green Tea -Electric Mixer - Only for for Matcha Green Tea
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Adult supervision is needed to help learners boil liquid on the stove.
Meet the teacher
Hello! My name is Tanni. After obtaining a master’s degree in journalism, I worked as a TV reporter in Colorado before producing videos for CNN. I'm currently a communications specialist for a public health agency. I have 12 years of experience...
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Live video meetings
3-12 learners per class