Pearls, bobas, bubbles, tapioca balls — no matter what you call them, the addiction to those tiny balls sitting at the bottom of your milk tea, waiting to be sucked up through an oversized straw, is real. And if you’re looking to have a drink at the ready when the cravings call, check out these nine bubble tea recipes .

1. Peach and Plum Bubble Tea: Want to wow guests at your next party? This will do the trick. The combo of peaches and plums with tea and lemon will have guests coming back for seconds and thirds. (via My New Roots)

2. Fruity Bubble Tea: Got kids? They can help with this one. With a packet of tapioca beads and jello, this fruity bubble tea packs a sweet punch. (via Kids Activities Blog)

3. Tapioca Pearl Milk Tea: Tea enthusiasts, how about a little honey and tapioca to switch up your drink? Take out your favorite tea, drop in tapioca and squeeze in honey for a unique twist. (via Kirbie’s Cravings)

4. Strawberry Mango Bubble Tea: Floating in a blend of strawberries, mango and almond milk, these tiny boba pearls are refreshing and cool. (via Vanilla + Lace)

5. Classic Bubble Tea: You can never go wrong with a classic, and this one hits the spot. Black boba beads, black tea and milk create this heavenly concoction. (via Food52)

6. Honeydew Bubble Tea: Of all fruits, honeydew is one of the best for making drinks. Sure, it’s great to snack on for breakfast, but it’s even better when pureed with green tea and boba pearls. (via Munchin With Munchkin)

7. Chai-Coconut Milk Boba Popsicles: Fall may be here, but that doesn’t mean the end of summer desserts! Throw out those plain chocolate pops and test out these spicy chai-coconut ones for an autumnal take on the popsicle. (via Boulder Locavore)

8. Strawberry Boba Slushie: You’ll have a berry good time making this slushie ;) Frozen strawberries, crushed ice and tapioca beads set off this firework of fruity flavors. (via A Beautiful Mess)

9. Bubble Iced Coffee: Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about the coffee lovers! Exchange that ol’ morning coffee for this cold and creamy drink. (via Hummingbird High)

Do you love bubble tea? Which recipes do you want to try? Let us know in the comments below!