Coconut vanilla boba (bubble tea) - Ever wonder how to make boba (bubble tea) at home? This recipe shows you how to make boba with coconut and vanilla flavors using home-cooked tapioca pearls! You don’t need many supplies/ingredients to end up with this very refreshing drink. - savorytooth.com
This is a drink that originated in Taiwan in the 1980's and spread throughout Southeast Asia before finding its way to the US. Most of us think of bubble tea as being synonymous with boba tapioca pearls, but bubble tea was originally just a cold milk tea that was shaken until frothy. Sometimes boba were added, but basil seeds or cubes of jelly were also used.
Crispy and crunchy fritters made with soaked tapioca pearls. A gluten-free and vegan Sabudana Cutlets recipe cooked in appe pan/Ebleskiver pan to save some calories! Non-fried and fried version explained below.
This is a rich and decadent homemade tapioca pudding recipe is made with vanilla bean and whipped cream. This delicious tapioca pudding is made from scratch and slow-cooked because it uses pearl tapioca instead of instant tapioca. It is definitely worth the less than 30 minutes it takes to cook and stir this pudding! | pinchmysalt.com