Feeling hot and bothered? What’s new. Living right smack on the equator brings us with a high degree of humidity and sun, making us constantly craving iced desserts and beveragesto quench our thirst and cool off in the heat.
Our favourite Singaporean Solution: Bubble Tea
Here’s some homemade drink desserts to save the trouble of leaving home on a lazy day and save the money.
Let’s go through a few recipes tried and tested by Singaporeans:
Classic Oolong Milk Tea
Time is essence, you only need 3 minutes.
- 90ml of cold sugar-free brewed oolong tea
- 60ml fresh milk
- 2 teaspoons sugar syrup
Mix them together and shake well, add toppings to survive.
But what is a bubble tea without pearls? Cooking of tapioca pearls may take up about 30 minutes.
Our solution: Milk Pudding by Taste N’ Time.
Taste N’ Time’s milk pudding comes in variety of flavours to choose from: Matcha, Mango, Strawberry, Chocolate, Banana and even Coconut flavour. Also, it is made of natural ingredients and every pudding containing 5 food basic groups with vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12 and folate.
Have it with bubble tea or straight from the packet, this milk pudding is an easy dessert great for kids and even adults any time of the day!
If pudding is not your cup of tea, don’t worry. We’ve got fruit smoothies to quench your thirst amidst and leave you feeling refreshed!
Made naturally with fresh fruits and no nasties, you can easily pack it in your bag to enjoy on-the-go, whether it’s after school for the little ones, or a nice treat after a gym workout. Order up here today!