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Star Wars Blue Milk Recipe (Galaxy’s Edge Copycat)

Have you had Blue Milk at Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios? You can make your own version of this Disney World beverage at home!

You’re sure to enjoy our Star Wars blue milk recipe, whether you want non-alcoholic for the kids or alcoholic for the grown-ups!

a glass of blue bantha milk with an overlay that reads, "Galaxy's Edge Blue Milk Copycat Recipe"

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While many people have favorite rides at Disney World, most people who have visited the theme parks also have favorite food and drinks, too!

Maybe you love the iconic snacks of Disney World (I know I do!). Or maybe the Disney drinks are more your style.

Perhaps you have a favorite beverage, such as Epcot’s violet lemonade that makes an appearance during the Flower and Garden Festival.

Galaxy’s Edge in Hollywood Studios is home to many beloved beverages that you can recreate at home! I love this Tatooine Sunset recipe for its bright and refreshing flavors.

And if you’ve ever been to the Milk Stand in Galaxy’s Edge in Walt Disney World, you’ve probably had blue milk or green milk.

Today, we’re sharing our take on the popular blue milk recipe, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic variations.

What is Blue Milk?

Star Wars fans will likely remember that Blue milk, also known as Bantha milk, was seen in the Star Wars movies as a common drink available on Outer Rim planets such as Batuu, Lah’mu, and Tatooine.

Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker, has said the beverage he had to drink while filming tasted terrible. Lucky for us, that doesn’t have to be the case!

If you haven’t had it before, Blue Milk is a plant-based beverage sold at the Milk Stand in the Galaxy’s Edge area of Hollywood Studios.

screen shot of the menu at Galaxy's Edge Milk Stand, showing the descriptions of blue milk and green milk

It’s a non-alcoholic Star Wars beverage made with a blend of rice milk and coconut milk, with fruit flavors infused.

It’s also available as a Blue Milk Cooler for adults, which includes the addition of Bacardi rum.

Oga’s Cantina also serves a Blue Bantha, which is a non-alcoholic blue milk and a vanilla sugar cookie.

side view of a glass of copycat star wars blue milk garnished with whipped cream and cherry.

How to Make Blue Milk

It’s easy to make Blue Milk at home, and the recipe can be easily tweaked based on your preferences.

For our version, we’re adding vanilla ice cream instead of milk for a cool and creamy sweet treat–sort of like a Galaxy’s Edge blue milk smoothie or milkshake.

Ingredients You’ll Need:

How to Make It:

Blend. Combine all ingredients in the jar of a blender. It’s a good idea to start out with just a couple drops of blue food dye–you can add more afterward if you want a more pronounced color.

Blend until smooth and creamy!

Serve. Divide between glasses, then top with whipped cream and a cherry for a special treat!

Frosty Star Wars blue milk topped with whipped cream, sugar, and a cherry

Where to Find Ingredients

Finding vanilla ice cream and pineapple juice should be pretty easy! But you may not be familiar with finding some of the other ingredients.

Passion fruit juice is sold in many grocery stores–Goya and Welch’s brands are fairly easy to find. Some brands are sold in the refrigerated section, while others are in the shelf-stable juice aisle.

For the syrups, I love using Monin syrups in my beverages. These are readily available on Amazon.

You can get this coconut syrup, and either rock melon syrup (which I also use in my Tatooine Sunset recipe) or watermelon syrup.

bantha milk served in a glass and topped with whipped cream and a cherry

Notes and Adaptations:

  • If you want a boozy version, omit the coconut syrup and add 2-4 ounces of coconut rum to the blender.
  • If you prefer a thinner beverage, you can use milk (coconut, rice, or dairy) in place of the ice cream.
Yield: 2 servings

Star Wars Blue Milk Recipe (Galaxy's Edge Copycat)

a glass of homemade Star Wars blue milk

This cool and creamy Blue Milk recipe will help you feel like you're at Galaxy's Edge in Hollywood Studios!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 1 cup pineapple juice
  • 1/2 cup passion fruit juice
  • 1 Tablespoon lime juice
  • 3 TBSP Coconut syrup*
  • 2 TBSP Melon syrup
  • Blue food coloring
  • *Optional for Alcoholic Version: 2-4 ounces coconut rum instead of coconut syrup
  • Optional Garnish: Whipped Cream and Maraschino Cherries


  1. Combine all ingredients in the jar of a blender (start with two drops of blue food coloring and add more as needed).
  2. Blend on high until creamy.
  3. Divide between glasses and top with whipped cream and a cherry, if desired.


  • If you want a boozy version, omit the coconut syrup and add 2-4 ounces of coconut rum to the blender.
  • If you prefer a thinner beverage, you can use milk (coconut, rice, or dairy) in place of the ice cream.
  • You can get this coconut syrup on Amazon, and either rock melon syrup or watermelon syrup.
  • Nutrition Information:



    Serving Size:


    Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1155Total Fat: 30gSaturated Fat: 23gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 60mgSodium: 336mgCarbohydrates: 193gFiber: 6gSugar: 143gProtein: 7g

    Nutrition information is automatically calculated and is not guaranteed for accuracy.

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    a glass of Star Wars blue milk topped with whipped cream and a cherry. An overlay reads, "Frosty Star Wars Bantha Milk Recipe"
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