Blueberry Matcha Bubble Tea Pops!

Blueberry Matcha Bubble Tea Pops!

You guys know how I feel about Matcha powder by now… ALL THE FEELS. I mean we did a whole week dedicated to matcha a few months ago called #MatchaMadness for crying out loud!!

So imagine my surprise when I received my latest Try The World box of goodies from Japan containing… you guessed it MATCHAAAA!!!! You probably didn’t think I could come up with anything else to do with that glorious green stuff did you? 

It’s fine, keep your expectations low folks, because that makes it even more glorious when I crush them in a blaze of powdery green glory… MUAHAHA! BEHOLD!!!!IMG_1080And so, without further adeiu,  BLUEBERRY MATCHA BUBBLE TEA POPSSSS!!!! (full recipe at the end of this post)
IMG_1048INGREDIENTS ASSEMBLE!!! I love the simplicity of this recipe. Matcha powder (in this case lovely sweetened blueberry matcha from myTry The World  Japan box) coconut milk, black tapioca bubbles and honey! Boom!IMG_1049I cooked the tapioca according to the instructions on the package. Mostly because I feel like deep down they’re made from magic and physics and unicorn tears and I didn’t want to mess anything up.IMG_1050Next, whisky-wisk your matcha and hot water until everything is dissolved and combined and having a happy little matcha party in the glass. If you’re plain concentrated matcha you’re going to want to back off on the powder a little bit. It’s strong stuff!IMG_1051Then, into a shaker containing the coconut milk it goes, along with any honey you’d like to add. Listen to your tastebuds, those little guys know whats up! IMG_1052Once you’ve shaken to your little hearts content, fill your molds about 1/4 of the way to add a little padding for the tapioca. 
IMG_1053The amount of tapioca you add is totally up to you, I added a generous scoop. Just don’t add too much or your little pops will fall to bits! THE HORROR!!!  :O !!!!!IMG_1054Top off each vessel of frozen deliciousness and pop these bad boys in the freezer.. And now we wait. Try not to stare at the freezer too hard…
giphy-1…… ಠ_ಠ……. Then finally. After checking dozens of times. THEY’RE READYIMG_1078And that thing happens where you take a bite before you remember that you have to take photos for your food blog. ಠ_
IMG_1079And your’e taking photos as fast as humanly possible because… MELTING!
IMG_1080… and all you want to do is EAT ALL OF THE ICEPOPS!!!

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Blueberry Matcha Bubble Tea Ice Pops!
Yields 8
A frozen bubble tea popsicle
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
2 hr 30 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
2 hr 30 min
  1. 1 Can Coconut Milk
  2. 2 TBSP Hot Water
  3. 4 TBSP Blueberry Matcha Powder (TryTheWorld Japan Box) OR 2 TBSP Pure Matcha Powder
  4. 1 Cup (uncooked) Black Tapioca Pearls (Boba Pearls)
  5. 1 TBSP Honey (optional)
  1. Cook Boba Pearls according to the instructions on their package, drain, and coat in simple syrup or honey and refrigerate until cool.
  2. Whisk together hot water and matcha powder until fully dissolved.
  3. In a shaker, or jar with a secure lid, shake together matcha concentrate, coconut milk and honey (to taste).
  4. Fill popsicle molds 1/4 with the coconut matcha mixture and add a small scoop of boba on top
  5. Fill the rest of the way with coconut matcha mix and freeze until, well.. frozen! (mine took about 2.5 hours)
  1. Freezing time will vary depending on your freezer, so you can always make these bad boys the night before. If you are using a sweetened matcha powder you may not need any extra honey or sweetener so be sure to taste before you freeze!
  2. Good luck!

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