Matcha Bubble Tea Fudge recipe shared by The TeaShed.
Matcha is still one of the most popular bubble tea flavours in many parts of Eastern Asia, where milk bubble tea first originated. Traditionally it is served with black tapioca pearls which is what many people think of when they hear the words ‘bubble tea’. At The TeaShed we have a range of bursting juice bubbles, also known as popping boba, which are a juicy alternative to tapioca.
They are preferred by some (not just us!) as they pop in your mouth with juice rather than having to be chewed. We also have a Matcha Green Tea Bubble Tea Powder which gives you an authentic tasting matcha drink with the ease of making a bubble tea – win, win!
As a general rule, fudge isn’t too difficult to make as it’s just a case of gently melting and a bit of stirring, so this Bubble Tea Fudge recipe would be a great one to try with the kids. You can even choose two different flavours using the drop down boxes of our bubble tea kits to make your own. How about strawberry fudge with passion fruit bubbles?
|Prep Time||Cook Time||Total Time|
|2 hours, 30 mins||30 mins||3 hours|
- 450g white chocolate chips
- 300ml condensed milk
- 2 tbsp butter
- 3 tbsp Matcha Bubble Tea Powder
- 1 tbsp Green Apple Bursting Bubbles
- Line a baking tin with greaseproof paper.
- In a saucepan, gently heat the white chocolate, condensed milk and butter until everything has melted fully. Keep stirring so the mixture doesn’t catch on the bottom.
- Take the pan off the heat and stir in the matcha bubble tea powder until it is well combined, I found it easiest to use a whisk. Stir for a few minutes until the fudge mixture starts to look slightly grainy as it cools.
- Add the Green Apple Bursting Bubbles and gently fold the bubble tea fudge mix until the boba are evenly distributed.
- Transfer the Matcha Bubble Tea Fudge mixture into the baking tray and allow it to cool and set in the fridge for at least 2 hours. Then slice into chunks and enjoy!
Recipe Rating: 4 / 5
We think this matcha flavour pairs really well with the creamy taste of white chocolate, so we’ve married the two together in a marvellous Matcha Bubble Tea Fudge recipe. To cut through the rich, creamy flavours of the fudge we’ve sprinkled in some tangy Green Apple Bursting Bubbles for a little burst of fruitiness.