Monday, July 8, 2013

Boba Thai Tea Pops

It’s popsicles time!

It doesn’t matter what kind, the healthier version with fruit or the creamier and sweeter version loaded with cream and sugar.   I believe there is no one could deny an ice cold Popsicle when the weather has become brutally hot like this.

I am a sucker for a good ice cold pops!   And forget the calories counting for this one.

Let’s start making popsicles for this summer with the high calories and sweetest Thai Tea popsicles.   If you like to drink the oooh-sooo-sweeet Thai ice tea, with or without boba, this Thai tea pops would not disappoint you, especially when having it after a long hot day, and especially after having spicy food like my last post – Yum Moo Yor! 

What you need: can be made up to 12 2-oz size, but I only made 8

6 cups filtered water
3 tbsp. Thai tea mix (I used Pantai brand)
1/4 cup sweet condensed milk (more or less as you desired)
1/2 cup black boba tapioca pearls – optional

How to:

- Brew the tea with your normal coffee maker
- Stir in sweet condensed milk and let it cool
- Cook the tapioca pearl according to the package - Fill 1-2 tablespoons of cooked tapioca pearl into the Popsicle molds, follow by the cooled tea. Place the Popsicle sticks to each one and freeze them in the freezer for at least 6-8 hours or overnight


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