The Best Dessert Toppings To Use This Summer


Bubble Tea, sometimes called boba tea, is made with tea, milk, sugar, and tapioca pearls. You can experiment with tastes and textures when adding bubble tea toppings to desserts. The following are a few well-liked  toppings:

These are just a few ideas on how you may use bubble tea toppings on desserts. To discover your favourite flavour combinations, feel free to try out a variety of combinations!


Tapioca Pearls 

A classic bubble tea garnish. However, these chewy balls can be added to cakes, puddings, or even ice cream. They are even easier to make with our new quick-cook tapioca pearls which only take 10 minutes to prepare! They are available in strawberry, as well as original brown sugar.

Coconut Jelly

Fruit-flavoured coconut jellies can give desserts like cheesecakes, trifles, or fruit salads a soft texture and a burst of fruity flavour. Choose from our selection including lychee, mango, strawberry, apple, pineapple and grape-flavoured coconut jellies.



Our finely chosen, premium fruit jams are produced by a skilled Taiwanese jam manufacturer. These jams are rich in texture and flavour due to a high level of juice and pulp with seeds added to them. They are excellent as a spread for toast or waffles, and when added to yoghurt or ice creams. Our range includes flavours such as strawberry, passionfruit, mango and peach.


Popping Boba

When eaten into, these tiny, juice-filled balls explode with flavour. They can be added to desserts like yoghurt parfaits, ice cream, or even cakes for a flavour boost. They are available in a variety of fruit flavours including passion fruit, mango, pineapple, green apple, strawberry, and many more.



Our high-quality range of seed snacks including pumpkin, sunflower, and watermelon seeds add a crunchy texture and unique taste to any frozen yoghurt or puddings or mixed into fruit salads or granola.


Grass Jelly

The Chinese Mesona plant is used to make this particular form of jelly. It adds a unique flavour and texture to desserts like puddings and shaved ice. It can also be served alongside sweet syrup or coconut milk to provide a refreshing treat this summer!


Aloe Vera

The calming effects and somewhat sweet flavour of aloe vera is well-known. It can be blended into smoothies for a cool touch, or added to desserts like sorbets and fruit salads.


Coffee Jelly

Made with coffee and gelatine, coffee jelly has a taste that is slightly bitter, which makes it the perfect addition to sweeter desserts such as ice cream or yoghurt.


Red Bean

Sweetened red beans can be added to pancakes, ice cream, buns, and other Asian delicacies like tangyuan.