Fans of iced bubble tea who don't enjoy the taste of tapioca will appreciate the jello bubble tea. Instead of the starchy pearls, gelatin is made into tiny circles and placed at the bottom of the drink.
The jello is made the same way as it is instructed on the package -- the only difference is that you don't leave it in the fridge to solidify. After an hour, take it out and use a straw to lift up the liquid and drop little bubbles into a bowl full of ice. The ice will freeze the little bubbles and then you will be able to strain all the frozen water.
With so many flavors to choose from, the jello bubble tea will leave you wanting to drink tea every day.
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