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Best Boba Recipes

 My 9 year old, Harper, has developed an obsession with boba. She bats her big blue eyes at me and says "Mommy, let's go out for a tea..." almost everyday. It is so funny that I have this little bestie who thinks I am rich. To keep her happy and getting her boba fix at least once a week, we have been making some fun recipes at home. If you are wanting to save some cash and still have a treat, like us, you are going to love this list of the best boba recipes to make at home.

Before we get into this, can you believe Harper is 9 and a half already? It seems like just a few months ago that so many of my friends were chipping in to write posts for my blog so I could bask in the wonder of our new baby Harper.  Now here she is, a full blown tween with a boba tea habit.

Jasmine Milk Tea Boba by Greedy Girl Gourmet

Lychee Milk Tea Boba by My Vegan Minimalism

Hokkaido Milk Tea by Aubrey’s Kitchen

Vegan Boba Cake by Rainbow Nourishments

Homemade Black Boba Pearls by Delightful Plate

Fruity Bubble Tea by Kids Activities Blog

Watermelon Fruit Salad with Brown Sugar Boba by The Devil Wears Salad

Strawberry Milk Tea by Moon and Spoon and Yum

Brown Sugar Boba Ice Cream Bars by The Oregon Dietitian

Strawberry Milk Tea by White Kitchen Red Wine

Taro Bubble Tea by The Oregon Dietitian

Chocolate Milk Bubble Tea by The Littlest Crumb

Earl Grey Milk Tea by Entirely Elizabeth

Iced Boba Coffee by Recipes from a Pantry

Vegan Bubble Tea by Plant Based on a Budget

With so many tasty bubble tea recipes, the hardest part of getting your boba fix will be deciding which of these recipes to make first. Happy sipping!

You can find some of my favorite drink recipes here 
Sour Apple Margaritas
Hillbilly Cider
Bomb Pop Cocktails
Blueberry Lime Vodka Sorbet

Watermelon Mint Infused Water

Watermelon Mint Infused Water is one juicy and cool way to make sure you are drinking plenty of water this summer. Made with fresh watermelon and sweet mint, this infused water is sure to become one of your favorite ways to hydrate this summer.

This is sure to be a favorite way to cool off after a day in the hot summer sun. The recipe is so easy to make and tastes amazing.


4 glasses of cold, clean, filtered water

Several sprigs of fresh sweet mint

2 cups of fresh watermelon, cut into chunks or wedges


Fill a carafe with cold, clear water

Cut 2 cups of watermelon into chunks or wedges that will fit into your carafe.

Carefully drop the watermelon into the water.

Add several sprigs of fresh sweet mint to the water.

Give everything a good stir, and gently smash the melon and mint as you stir to release natural flavors.

Store in the refrigerator for 4 to 12 hours.

Serve over ice.

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