Inspired by one of my favorite childhood dim sum tofu pudding dessert, "Tau Huay", this refreshing gingery soy iced latte recreates the traditional flavor with an uplifting twist of salted whipped cream topping. The salted whipped cream adds another dimension by contrasting the sweetness of the ginger soy base and enhancing the richness of the beverage. This is a quick and fun base recipe as you can derive many variations to accommodate various palates or occasion. Keep on reading to check out the fun variations suggestions. As a bonus to this recipe, we'll also teach you how to make homemade ginger syrup that can be versatile for other drinks or desserts.
If you haven't heard, Brown Sugar flavored milk tea is all the rave. The dark molasses flavor captivated the bubble tea enthusiasts and you will find every bubble tea house featuring this sweet tooth drink. Well, we've also been really crazy over Oatly because of its rich mouthfeel and delicious flavor but reduced the calories when compared against whole milk. And so, we thought why not create our favorite milk tea with oat-milk? Plus, making it at home means you can control the sugar level and we definitely like our drinks to be mildly sweetened. So skip the commute to Chinatown or wherever the tea house maybe and try your hands on this easy to follow 10 minutes simple recipe.
Note: We have not include the tapioca bubbles, but you may add them at your leisure. Also, we're trying to make this easy to prep so we suggest using the microwave to speed up the process.
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