Taro Root Powder Mix
Taro root powder mix is ideal for making sweet and creamy taro bubble tea, smoothies and other drinks. The flavor of taro root is very unique and comes from a starchy root similar to the potato. Some people describe taro root powder mix as having a sweet and nutty vanilla taste. Finally, you can enjoy the traditional flavor by making your own homemade milk tea and treats.
Taro Milk Tea Recipes
Taro Root Tea (16 oz.) – Into a BLENDER add: 5 oz of water or milk, 3 oz of taro powder and a full cup of ice (16 oz cup). Blend until smooth.
Iced Taro Root Tea (16 oz) – Into a CUP add: 2 oz of taro powder and 5 oz of hot water (stir until dissolved). Pour into a cup full of 14 oz of ice.
Shaken Cocktail (16 oz) – Into a COCKTAIL SHAKER add: 8 oz of water or milk, 3 oz of taro root powder and a full cup of ice (16 oz cup). Shake vigorously (about 20 seconds).
Hot Taro Root Tea (8 oz) – Into a CUP add: 2 oz of taro root powder and 6 oz of hot water or steamed milk (stir until dissolved). There are approximately 2 tablespoons per ounce.
Ratings & Reviews
Tasty, but shame on me for not realizing its a "mix" with a ton of sugar. I was hoping for just the powder to make lower sugar milk teas at home.Vincent, Boston, MA
I love taro flavor so I love this taro root powder mix.Estelle, San Bruno, CA
Way too sweet for me.Margaret, Laurel, MD
So yummy! I got hooked on taro bubble tea when I lived in a bigger city with a tea shop. I’ve since moved to a small town, and I love that I can make this at home. The taste is just as good, if not better.Angela, Martin, TN
Sugar, Non-Dairy Creamer, Non-Fat Dry Milk, Natural & Artificial Flavors Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)
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Store at room temperature for up to 1 year.
Country of origin: Taiwan