Blue Milk (Quick, simple version)
This final version is one that I came up with this past May 4th that was simple, yet delicious. Basically all you need is vanilla-flavored milk (or a milk-like beverage) and some blue gel dye.
I used Nestle Quick’s® brand for mine, but almond, soy, or oat vanilla-flavored milk could all serve as excellent substitutes. Next, add in a few drops of blue gel dye, shake/stir, and enjoy.
Optionally, you can add some cinnamon, nutmeg, or other spices to give it a flavor more reminiscent of desert cultures. You can also serve it warm to make it more like a chai or cold—it’ll be good either way.
So, there we go. The experience of enjoying Star Wars’ most famous beverage all without having to travel to a galaxy far, far away. And, you don’t have to risk getting pummeled by any Tusken Raiders for trying to milk one of their banthas. By the way, I wouldn’t advise that. Those sand people are awfully temperamental folks.
I hope you enjoy these, and if you do/don’t, let us know. Also, if you’re looking for some more tasty treats please check out the link below to my other recipe for Yoda Soda.
Have you ever made your own Star Wars-inspired blue milk?