Cold Sweet Snack #SMSnotes

Khaofang Sweets
There's a yummy-looking dessert sitting right in front of you. Now what?
Naturally, you eat it!


But because it looks just as good as you surmise it'll taste, you take a quick snapshot of its divine presentation before you voraciously devour it. Sounds accurate, huh?
Now that you've got your dessert, it's time to share it with the world! A little sweet inspiration goes a long way, so here are some captions and quotes that you can freely affix to your resplendent photos of desserts.

Bubble tea, also known as pearl milk tea or boba tea, is a popular Taiwanese beverage that has gained widespread popularity around the world. It typically consists of a tea base, milk (or non-dairy alternatives), sweetener, and tapioca pearls or other chewy toppings. 26 January 2020

Bubble tea comes in a variety of flavors and combinations. It can be customized to suit individual preferences, allowing you to choose different types of tea, milk, sweeteners, and toppings. The result is a refreshing and fun drink with a unique texture and taste.


Tea Base: Bubble tea can be made with various types of tea, including black tea, green tea, oolong tea, or fruit-flavored tea. The tea leaves are steeped in hot water to create a strong infusion.
Sweetener: Sweeteners like sugar, simple syrup, or honey are added to the tea to enhance the flavor and sweetness. The amount of sweetener can be adjusted based on personal preference.

Milk or Non-Dairy Alternatives: Some bubble tea recipes include milk to create a creamy texture and taste. Common options include cow's milk, condensed milk, evaporated milk, or non-dairy alternatives like almond milk, soy milk, or coconut milk. The type of milk used depends on personal preference and dietary restrictions.

Toppings: The "bubbles" in bubble tea refer to the chewy tapioca pearls that are added to the drink. These pearls are made from tapioca starch, which is derived from the cassava root. They are cooked until they become soft and chewy and are then added to the tea. Other popular toppings include fruit jellies, aloe vera gel, coconut jelly, or popping boba (juice-filled spheres that burst in the mouth).

Mixing and Serving: Once all the ingredients are prepared, the tea, milk, sweetener, and toppings are combined. The drink is typically shaken or stirred vigorously to mix the flavors and incorporate the toppings. Finally, the bubble tea is served in a cup with an oversized straw that allows you to sip both the tea and the tapioca pearls.

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