9 Bubble Tea Snacks In Singapore From $2 If Drinks Aren’t Enough To Satisfy Your Obsession

9 Bubble Tea Snacks In Singapore From $2 If Drinks Aren’t Enough To Satisfy Your Obsession

Food Lifestyle
ByRachel on 27 Nov 2020 Senior Digital Editor

Can we ever get enough of bubble tea? Obviously not! As if quirky new flavours like red velvet and watermelon aren’t enough, we BBT-crazy folks are clamouring to buy anything new that’s flavoured after the drink. To quote Miley Cyrus, we can’t stop, and we won’t stop.

Here are 9 bubble tea snacks in Singapore - from mochi to ready-to-eat sandwiches and even popcorn - for when mere beverages aren’t enough to satisfy your obsession. Many of these come with real pearls as well!

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Read on to find out more about these bubble milk tea snacks in Singapore!

#1: Bubble tea gummy chocolate

brown sugar bubble tea ball gummy candy Singapore
Photo from @rice_world via Instagram

Can’t get enough of pearls? The Brown Sugar Bubble Tea Ball candy from Taiwanese brand Seven Seven is almost like the real thing - but perhaps even better. It’s basically a chewy brown sugar gummy coated with milk tea chocolate, and it’s super addictive.

Find out more about the Brown Sugar Bubble Tea Ball candy in our full article.

#2: Bubble tea popcorn

Crusty's bubble tea popcorn Singapore
Photo from Crusty's

Bubble tea popcorn might sound a tad weird at first, but if you think about it, it’s almost like caramel popcorn - but with an added punch of sweetness. Various brands have their own rendition, one of which is Crusty’s Bubble Tea Popcorn ($4.50), which comes generously dusted in red tea seasoning.

Tong Garden bubble tea popcorn Singapore
Photo from Tong Garden

Another popular alternative is Tong Garden Bubble Tea Popcorn ($5.10, bundle of 4).

#3: Bubble tea stick ice cream

Wall's Tealive bobalicious bubble tea ice cream Singapore
Photo from Wall’s

Need something cold to refresh you that isn’t a drink? Try the Wall’s x Tealive Bobalicious ice cream with real pearls which costs just $2. Find out more about where to get it in our full article.

Xiao Mei brown sugar bubble tea ice cream Singapore
Photo from Xiao Mei

There’s also the highly-raved Xiao Mei Brown Sugar Boba Ice Cream ($42.90 for 4 boxes), which comes in boxes of 4. Looking at those swirls of brown sugar, it’s safe to say that these are chock full of flavour.

#4: Bubble tea seaweed

Tao Kae Noi bubble milk tea seaweed Singapore
Photo from @sakuraaaaaaaa via Instagram

Adventurous enough to try sweet seaweed instead of the usual savoury ones? Tao Kae Noi has Bubble Milk Tea Crispy Seaweed, which you can get for just $2.70 from FairPrice supermarkets. It’ll certainly be interesting to see how the sweetness of the bubble tea flavour blends with the inherently salty seaweed!

#5: Bubble tea cakes

Bubble Milk Tea Cake earl grey singapore
Photo from @thehungryrabbittt via Instagram

Most of us are familiar with Taiwan’s famous pineapple cake squares, which are popular souvenirs among tourists. Well, a bubble tea version of this exists, in the form of Bubble Milk Tea Cake ($3 for 5 pieces). Infused with earl grey tea, black sugar, and real chewy pearls, this particular one is exclusively available at 7-Eleven.

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Bamboo House bubble milk tea cake Singapore
Photo from Bamboo House

There’s also the Bubble Milk Tea Cake ($6.90) by popular Taiwanese brand Bamboo House (竹葉堂), which you can purchase via their Official Shopee Mall retailer.

#6: Bubble tea almonds

Tom's Farm bubble milk tea almonds Singapore
Photo from Bukalapak

You’ve munched on the Honey Butter and Wasabi almonds from Tom’s Farm, now get ready for their Black Sugar Milk Tea Almonds ($8.99). Instead of mere powdered seasoning like the rest, these come coated in milk tea-flavoured chocolate and are the perfect snack for when you’re craving something sweet.

#7: Bubble tea sandwich

pearl milk tea sandwich sando 7-Eleven Singapore
Photo from @goomedo.singapore via Instagram

Fruit Sandos have been in trend for a while now (check out our article on a Japanese cafe at Orchard that sells them), but local brand Goomedo Sando takes things up a notch with their made-in-Singapore Pearl Milk Tea sandwiches ($2.80) which you can purchase at 7-Eleven.

They also have Peach and Chocolate Banana versions if you’d rather have something fruity.

#8: Bubble tea mochi

Royal Family bubble milk tea mochi Singapore
Photo from Taobao

We’re spoilt for choice when it comes to bubble tea mochi, with both Royal Family Bubble Milk Tea Mochi ($5.90) and box sets of Bamboo House Bubble Milk Tea Mochi ($6.90) to choose from. Both are similar in nature, with chewy mochi skin encasing a gooey milk tea centre.

Bamboo House bubble milk tea mochi Singapore
Photo from Diffmarts

Both brands hail from Taiwan and are available at FairPrice supermarkets.

#9: Bubble tea gelato pint

Bubble tea gelato pint Ice Cream Cookie Co Singapore
Photo from @icecreamcookieco via Instagram

Those who like their ice cream richer and creamier can go for bubble tea gelato instead of regular stick ice cream, and homegrown brand, The Ice Cream & Cookie Co., has just the thing for you. Their Bubble Milk Tea Gelato ($12.90) comes in a whole pint - share it or binge-eat the whole thing by yourself as you watch your dramas!

True to the real thing, this comes with chewy mochi pearls.

Don’t forget to take advantage of our exclusive Shopee promo when purchasing these items!
【8% off min $25 spending. Code: GIRLSTYLE8
From now till 30 NOV. Capped at $2. Start shopping here.

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Text by: GirlStyle SG


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