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3 Ways to Do Green Milk

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Star Wars is filled with a variety of different foods in a variety of different colors, one of them most famous (or perhaps more infamous) being green milk. The green milk craze started following the release of The Last Jedi, where we see Luke Skywalker drink some. I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. Because it's St. Patrick's Day, I thought it might be fun to look at a few different ways you could have your own green milk to celebrate the holiday with some Star Wars flair.


Milk with Food Dye

This is definitely the simplest of the three, and probably one of the more accurate. The green milk used in production for The Last Jedi was just coconut water that wasn't even green on-set, the color was changed in post-production. So if you're trying to be really accurate, I guess you shouldn't dye your milk at all- but for some green-colored fun, you can take some coconut water, milk (or your non-dairy preference) and add a little bit of green food-coloring.


Galaxy's Edge Green Milk

If you're looking for something a bit more like a slush, you can have some green milk Galaxy's Edge style in Disney theme parks. Personally, I prefer it over the blue milk (though both are good). The green milk is a frozen coconut-rice milk blend thats citrusy and delicious. If you're not geographically close enough to a Disney Park, there are many a copycat recipe to be found online if you want to give it a try.


Matcha Latte

Okay, not technically just a green milk BUT I have a matcha addiction and had to include it. Something I love about matcha is getting to go around with my bright green, Star Wars feeling drink that is also delicious and sweet. Matcha lattes are easy to make at home with just some matcha powder and the milk of your choice!


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