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How to Make Delicious Taro Ball Milk Tea Bowl Cake at Home? - Microwave Recipes

How to Make Delicious Taro Ball Milk Tea Bowl Cake at Home?

Q: Can I use a different type of milk for this recipe?
A: Yes, you can substitute with other types of milk like soy or almond milk, but it might slightly alter the flavor.

Q: How do I know when the bowl cake is fully cooked?
A: The cake is done when there’s no white core, and it doesn’t flow when tilted. Make sure it’s steamed until firm.

Q: Is it necessary to cool the bowl cake completely before demolding?
A: Yes, it’s essential to allow the cake to cool completely to prevent it from sticking and ensure it retains its shape.

Taro Ball Milk Tea Bowl Cake


  • 100g Bowl Cake Powder
  • 100g Pure Milk
  • 80g Granulated Sugar
  • 2g Black Tea
  • Appropriate amount of Taro Balls
  • 300g Water
  1. Prepare all the ingredients.
  2. Make Milk Tea: Boil 2g of black tea with 300g of water to extract the flavor.
  3. Filter out the tea leaves, add 100g of milk, mix well, and let it cool.
  4. Cook Taro Balls: Boil the taro balls in water until cooked, then cool in cold water and set aside.
  5. Prepare Batter: Mix 100g of bowl cake powder with 200g of the prepared milk tea to make a batter.
  6. Heat 200g of milk tea with 80g of sugar until boiling, then turn off the heat.
  7. Quickly mix in a spoonful of the batter into the hot milk tea, stirring rapidly until it reaches a thick consistency.
  8. Combine the remaining batter.
  9. Steam the Cake: Once the steamer is ready, pour the batter into bowl cake molds, add taro balls, and steam on medium-high heat for about 10 minutes.
  10. Ensure to stir the batter before each use. The steaming time may vary; the cake is ready when it’s firm without a white core and doesn't flow.
  11. Allow the cake to cool completely before demolding to avoid sticking.
  12. Enjoy the bouncy texture and rich tea flavor of your homemade taro ball milk tea bowl cake.
  13. Make this clean and hygienic treat at home and skip the street stalls!
  14. Try it out if you like!
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  • Calories: Varies based on serving size
  • Rich in Carbohydrates
  • Contains Dairy