Blue Milk Copycat Recipe!

Because Disneyland is closed indefinitely at the moment, I’ve decided to start making copycat recipes of some of our favorite vegan dishes there. I already made a copycat recipe of the Ronto-less Garden Wrap, and my next one is Blue Milk!

May the 4th is approaching quickly, so I hope that you can celebrate with a homemade Ronto-less Garden Wrap, some Blue Milk, and a Star Wars marathon on Disney+! They just announced that Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker, and some more Star Wars related goodies, will be added to Disney+ on May the 4th as well!

I hope that you enjoy the recipe and that it brings a bit of Disney magic into your home! If you make it, please tag me on Instagram (@happiestveganonearth) and let me know what you thought!

This is not the exact same ingredients as the Blue Milk at Disneyland (you can read the actual ingredients list on my blog here), but rather my own version that is made with ingredients that are more widely available than the actual ingredients.

See the recipe below, and check out the video I made of me making it for visual instructions 🙂

 

 

Servings: 1
Time: 2 minutes

Ingredients for the blue spirulina version:

1/2 frozen banana
1 cup frozen pineapple
1 cup coconut milk from a carton (I used So Delicious Original flavor Coconut Milk)
1/4 cup light coconut milk from a can
3/4 tsp blue spirulina powder*
1 tsp agave nectar

*You may be able to find blue spirulina at a super well-stocked grocery or health food store, but it would be a long shot. I ordered mine online, click here to see which one I ordered. It’s a bit pricy, but a tiny bit goes a long way and you can make some really beautiful smoothie bowls with it as well.

Ingredients for the food coloring version:

1/2 frozen banana
1 cup frozen pineapple
1 cup coconut milk from a carton (I used So Delicious Original flavor Coconut Milk)
1/4 cup light coconut milk from a can
1 tsp blue food coloring*
1 tsp agave nectar

*I used Watkins brand food coloring, which I got at Sprouts. It says on the package that it’s 100% vegetable derived.

Instructions:

Put all the ingredients in the blender and let ‘er rip! You may need to stop and stir a couple of times to get the pineapple to blend properly.

 

I hope you enjoy your Blue Milk and I wish you a very happy May the 4th! Until next time, see ya real soon!

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