Making a healthy boba tea at home without tapioca pearls can be a delicious and nutritious treat. Here’s a step-by-step guide to creating a refreshing boba tea using products from


  1. Tea: Choose your favorite tea from Jomott, such as green tea, black tea, or herbal tea.
  2. Sweetener: Use a natural sweetener like honey, agave syrup, or stevia.
  3. Milk: Opt for a healthier milk alternative such as almond milk, oat milk, or coconut milk.
  4. Fruits: Fresh fruits like strawberries, mango, or blueberries for added flavor and nutrition.
  5. Ice: Crushed ice or ice cubes.

Optional Ingredients:

  • Chia Seeds: For added texture and nutrition.
  • Jelly: Natural fruit jelly or agar-based jelly as a substitute for tapioca pearls.


  • A pot for brewing tea
  • A blender (optional, for fruit smoothies)
  • A large glass or mason jar
  • A straw (preferably a reusable one)


  1. Brew the Tea:

    • Bring water to a boil and steep your chosen tea from Jomott according to the package instructions. Usually, this will take about 3-5 minutes depending on the type of tea.
    • Once brewed, let the tea cool to room temperature or refrigerate it for faster cooling.
  2. Prepare the Sweetener:

    • While the tea is cooling, prepare your sweetener. Mix honey, agave syrup, or stevia with a small amount of hot water to dissolve it completely. Adjust the sweetness to your taste.
  3. Mix the Base:

    • In a large glass or mason jar, combine the cooled tea with your choice of milk. The ratio is typically 2 parts tea to 1 part milk, but you can adjust based on your preference.
  4. Add Fruits:

    • If you want a fruity boba tea, blend fresh fruits with a bit of water or milk to create a fruit puree. Add this puree to your tea and milk mixture.
    • Alternatively, you can simply add chunks of fresh fruit directly into your drink.
  5. Add Ice and Sweetener:

    • Add ice cubes or crushed ice to the glass.
    • Pour the sweetener mixture into the tea and stir well.
  6. Optional Add-ins:

    • If you like, add chia seeds or fruit jelly to your drink. Chia seeds can be soaked in water for about 10 minutes before adding to the tea for a fun, chewy texture.
  7. Serve:

    • Insert a straw and enjoy your healthy homemade boba tea!


  • Experiment with different teas and fruit combinations to find your favorite flavors.
  • Using natural sweeteners and fresh fruits not only enhances the taste but also boosts the nutritional value of your boba tea.
  • For a creamier texture, try blending the tea with frozen fruits instead of using ice cubes.

Enjoy your homemade healthy boba tea! 🍹