Foodie Friday: DIY Boba

Okay, as you well know, I’m a fan of boba. (See this previous post for my explanation and to watch the Bobalife video!)

Anyway, there are now chains popping up with an all-you-can-eat style. That means you pick a tea and add whatever ingredients you want. You can go crazy with bobas, jellies, puddings, etc. My plan of action was to choose, say, three ingredients at the most. Nope, went way overboard! Here’s the result:

DIY boba

I like the idea of getting more bang for your buck. In the end, though, all those different flavors mix together too much. Lesson learned: It’s better to stick with just one or two ingredients.

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  1. You’re probably right to stick to one or two ingredients in your boba. But have you ever tried the Filipino treat, halo halo, or better yet, halo halo especial? The mixture of many ingredients works very well in a halo halo.

    • Jennifer Chow says

      You know, I’ve never had halo halo. I have had Malaysian bo bo cha cha, which does the plethora of ingredients quite well.

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