Bantha milk -- commonly known as blue milk -- first appears in Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope when Luke eats dinner with his aunt and uncle. Upon searching for a recipe, I was able to find a white Russian-inspired blue milk cocktail, but nothing suitable for children or teetotallers at your next Star Wars-themed party. The obvious solution -- dying cow's milk with blue coloring -- just doesn't seem alien enough. Perhaps the blue milk of the Star Wars universe tastes more like this non-dairy concoction, which combines the nutty flavors of soymilk and the sweetness of fruit punch into a creamsicle-like treat.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Yield: 1 serving
- 1 c. (8 oz.) vanilla soy milk, well-chilled
- 1/2 tsp. unsweetened blue fruit punch mix
- 1 tbsp. sugar, or to taste
Combine soy milk, fruit punch mix, and sugar in a jar or container with tight lid.
Shake well, until the fruit punch mix has dissolved completely and the drink is frothy.