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Star Wars Blue Milk Recipe

Posted on November 30, 2015

You may remember the scene where Luke Skywalker pours himself a refreshing glass of cold, sweet blue milk. For Star Wars fans, the excitement intensifies as the opening of the new Star Wars Epic, “The Force Awakens” approaches.

What better way to ease the agony of waiting, but to indulge in a delicious rendition of blue milk, the ubiquitous blue-colored liquid produced by female banthas, wooly mammoth like Star Wars creature. Luckily this rich, refreshing drink is available throughout the galaxy and on most planets. Now it is available on our own home planet earth! And even more incredible is the fact that you have the opportunity to drink blue milk from an exclusive Zak! Star Wars glass. It just tastes better from an official Star Wars vessel.

Though we don’t have a Dex’s Diner nearby, we can create the perfect Star Wars – like dining experience with a nutritious Blue Skywalker Smoothie. Get set to view “The Force Awakens” by building your Star Wars muscle mass and endurance. Remember, blue is the new black, and may the force be with you! Here is the recipe:

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Star Wars Blue Milk Recipe Instructions

star wars blue milk recipe



  • 1/2 large ripe banana
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 2/3 cup Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1/2 cup ice


  1. Blend until smooth. Drink and the force is with you.

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