Blue Milk: A guide to making Star Wars most well-known beverage

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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.

Next. Star Wars Themed Recipes: The Force Float and an alternate recipe for Yoda Soda. dark

Have you ever made your own Star Wars-inspired blue milk?