Star Wars Day is coming up and what better way to celebrate than with some Blue Milk?! Blue Milk was first seen in Star Wars: A New Hope (the first-ever Star Wars movie). In the Star Wars universe, the milk comes from an animal called a Bantha. Guests can get Blue Milk and Green Milk at the Milk Stand in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Since the parks are closed and we don’t have any Banthas to make this milk for us, we’ve got 5 recipes we can make at home.
Classic Blue Milk
- 1-1/2 cups whole milk
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- ½ teaspoon vanilla
- blue food gel dye
- Stir together the milk, sugar, and vanilla.
- When the sugar is dissolved, stir in a drop of blue food gel dye until combined.
- Keep in the refrigerator until ready to drink.
Blue Milk Smoothie
Blend some frozen bananas and honey with your Classic Blue Milk and you’ve got a great drink to start your day!
Blue Milk Latte
Add blue milk to a cup of strong coffee and top it off with a little bit of milk foam to create your very own Blue Milk Latte.
Boba Blue Milk Tea
Combine black tea with blue milk and add a scoop of cooked tapioca pearls. The boba add a sweet, almost snack-like component to your afternoon tea.
Blue Milk Milkshake
Who can resist a delicious milkshake? Blend up vanilla ice cream, blue milk, and a dash of vanilla to create the ultimate ice cream fountain treat.
Which Blue Milk recipe are you looking forward to trying?
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