Oreo Cookies And Cream Boba Tea

Oreo Cookies And Cream Boba Tea

I adore bubble tea, especially those flavored with chocolate, Oreo cookies, and strawberries. So, of course, I had to create a recipe that combined all of those flavors! This Oreo Cookies And Cream Boba Tea has only six ingredients and is super creamy, flavorful, and (most importantly) full of delicious boba! Even though it contains rich and flavorful ingredients, it is also very refreshing.

I experimented a lot to find the perfect combination of ingredients for this recipe, so trust me when I say it’s perfect. This will be one of your favorite bubble teas, especially if you enjoy a creamy combination of Oreo cookies and vanilla ice cream!

Why I Love This Recipe

As you can see from my introduction, I am completely obsessed with this bubble tea. It has the ideal proportion of Oreos to milk, only requires a few simple ingredients, and is ready in 10 minutes! Additionally, this recipe is very adaptable; if you prefer a particular variety of Oreos, such as Golden Oreos, you can use them and still get the same delicious results. You can also experiment with caramel, pecan, and strawberry ice creams to create novel and intriguing flavor combinations. This will give the dish a more chocolatey flavor.

Milk Tea Vs Bubble Tea Vs Boba Shake

These may appear confusing to some, as they did to me at first, but here are some distinctions:

A milk tea is a drink that combines milk, tea, and ice. This base is usually topped with boba and other toppings (such as jelly, custard, or popping flavor pearls).
Boba tea and bubble tea are both variations on the same milk tea, with the addition of chewy tapioca balls and other toppings.
A bubble shake, also known as a boba shake, is a bubble tea that has been blended with ice or ice cream to create a milkshake-like consistency.
The boba tea I’ve created here is a cross between a traditional boba tea and a boba shake — it’s light enough to be a bubble tea but not quite thick enough to be a bubble shake. It’s the ideal combination of creaminess, cookies, and milk tea!

Best Ingredients To Use

Milk. You may utilize any kind of milk (ex. plain, skim, or plant-based).
Oreo biscuits. You are welcome to substitute your favorite Oreos for the traditional Oreo cookies I used in this recipe.
Ice cream flavoring. A good base that adds creaminess and extra flavor is vanilla ice cream. Because strawberries and chocolate Oreos go so well together, you can also use chocolate or strawberry ice cream.
Robert Pearls These can be purchased online or in a variety of Asian retailers. I also have instructions for making tapioca boba pearls at home. I chose quick-cooking tapioca pearls for this recipe because I didn’t want to have to wait very long to enjoy this tea.
Supplementary Ingredients (Tea & Fresh Strawberries). Although green tea is an option, I advise using black tea because it blends well with milk and the other ingredients. Although they are not required, fresh strawberries will give the dish some freshness and sweetness.

Ingredient Substitutions

Sweetener. To coat your boba pearls, you can use maple syrup or coconut sugar as an alternative sweetener. Various Boba Pearls This recipe calls for quick-cooking pearls, but you can use your favorite type of boba instead. Simply follow the cooking instructions on your package! Gluten-Free. To make this recipe gluten-free, use gluten-free chocolate Oreos. Most tapioca pearls are gluten-free by nature; however, double-check the ingredients of a specific brand.

What If I Don’t Have A Blender?

If your blender breaks down or you don’t have one, it won’t cause any issues. Crushed Oreos should be left in the milk and ice cream for 10 minutes, or until they soften and start to dissolve. Then, combine everything with a spoon!

How To Serve Boba Tea

Serve the boba tea right away. If that is not an option, ensure that it is consumed within an hour. If you leave boba pearls in cold milk for too long, they will firm up and become too chewy — the drink will still taste good, but the boba will be too chewy.

Oreo Cookies And Cream Boba Tea

Preparation time: 5 minutes

Cooking time: 3 minutes

Servings: 1


For the boba:

  • ¼ cup tapioca pearls
  • 2 tbsp brown sugar

For the milk tea:

  • ½ cup milk
  • 3 Oreo cookies
  • 1 scoop vanilla ice cream
  • Handful of crushed ice cubes, for serving


  • 4 fresh strawberries, cleaned and sliced


1. Boil 2 cups of water, then add the tapioca pearls to make the boba.

2. Once the water has boiled again, cover it and let it simmer for three minutes. After 2-3 more minutes, turn off the heat and leave it to rest.

3. Tapioca pearls should be taken out of the water and put in a bowl with brown sugar. Gently stir to incorporate the sugar.

4. Create the milk tea by blending milk, vanilla ice cream, and Oreos. Add the fresh strawberries now if you’re using them.

5. Blend the mixture up until it’s smooth.

6. To serve, combine some brown sugar and boba in a glass.

7. Add ice on top of the boba before adding the milk-Oreo concoction. Dispense and savor!


  • You can serve the milk tea as is, or garnish it with some whipped cream, sliced strawberries, and crushed Oreos.

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