Honeydew milk tea (or honeydew boba or honeydew bubble tea) is a delicious and refreshing drink that is popular among boba heads. Not only is it delicious, but also it's surprisingly easy to make at home!
In this blog post, we're going to discuss what this drink consists of and how it tastes. We'll also provide you with a recipe so you can create your own honeydew milk tea at home!
People sometimes add additional flavors like vanilla, coconut, or almond. It is usually sweetened with condensed milk. You can also add ice cream to the drink for added creaminess and taste.
It is a creamy drink that tastes almost like honeydew juice with hints of green tea flavor. There are also molasses flavors if you use brown sugar boba pearls.
This is a very easy bubble tea recipe to make at home. We recommend using real fruit instead of honeydew powder, for a healthier and tastier drink.
For this honeydew bubble tea or boba recipe, you'll need:
I would say the most important part of this recipe is using fresh honeydew melon. You could use the powdered version, but you will see these powders have many unpronounceable ingredients. So I tend to avoid them.
You could also use tea powder or tea bags, but again, whole fresh leaves yield the best results.
Also, don’t get too hung up on the proportions for this recipe. Melon sweetness can vary, so have a bite before pouring the condensed milk to see how sweet it is. Also, to get to your desired sweetness level, add some of the condensed milk, blend and taste. If you prefer a sweeter drink add more condensed milk.
You could even add some jelly cubes to your bubble tea for added flavor and texture.
Or have you ever tried sea salt crema? Try adding it in your honeydew bubble tea!
Finally, let’s be environmentally conscious and use reusable cups and straws. Try these!
Yes, since it usually has green or black tea leaves.
Taste the honeydew to see if you really need a sweetener! You could replace the condensed milk with oat milk if you don’t need that much sweetness!
You could also replace the cooked tapioca pearls with crystal boba which tends to have fewer calories.
Finally, drink in moderation! 😉
Now that you've learned how to make honeydew milk tea, what are your favorite variations? Let us know in the comments how yours turned out!