small pearl tapioca

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Weight

Price

1530C244
6.50
15.09

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SKU 1530C244
Weight 6.50 lbs
Price: $15.09
Quantity

Grown in the tropics, the cassava or tapioca plant produces a fleshy edible root stock. A nutritious starch is extracted from cassava and formed into "pearls". Our Small Pearl Tapioca contains no sulfites or other additives. Tapioca pearls are practically flavorless on their own but soak up the flavor of what they are cooked or soaked in. They can be used in desserts and sweetened drinks, and as a thickener in puddings, pies and jellies.

Small Pearl Tapioca is most famous for its use in traditional old-fashioned tapioca pudding, an all-American favorite dessert. Try our delicious tapioca pudding recipe on the back of this package. For a variation, add fruit or chocolate. Cooked Tapioca Pearls are also used in boba tea or bubble tea, a popular Asian drink. For something different, try our Small Pearl Tapioca pearls in savory dishes like vegetable or cream-based soups and dumplings.

Small Pearl Tapioca
Nutrient Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tbsp (11g)
Servings Per Container: 61.00
Amount Per Serving % Daily
Value

Calories
40.00
Calories from Fat
0.00

Total Fat
0.00 g
0 %
     Saturated Fat
0.00 g
0 %
     Trans Fat
0 g
0 %
Cholesterol
0.00 mg
0 %
Sodium
0.00 mg
0 %
Total Carbohydrate
10.00 g
3 %
     Dietary Fiber
0.00 g
0 %
     Sugars
0.00 g
N/A
Protein
0.00 g
0 %

Vitamin A
0.00 %
Vitamin C
0.00 %
Calcium
0.00 %
Iron
0.00 %

* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Ingredients:
tapioca

*Manufactured in a facility that also uses tree nuts, soy, wheat, and milk.



Small Pearl Tapioca Recipes
Tapioca Pudding - Easy Microwave Method
Here is an old-time favorite prepared by an updated method.
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Old Fashioned Tapioca Pudding
Old Fashioned Tapioca Pudding
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Grandmother's Tapioca Pudding
Marylin loves the Tapioca Pearls and created this recipe to replicate the pudding her grandmother use to make.
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