Non-Dairy Smoothie Inspired by Blue Milk at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge
Pour the blue Glacier Ice Gatorade into the ice cube trays. Put them in the freezer to get solid. Remember, you want to freeze them for about 5 hours.
Pour 2 cups of sweetened vanilla rice milk in a blender.
After 5 hours, take your Mickey ice mold (or Star Wars ice mold) from the freezer and pop out the frozen blue Glacier Ice Gatorade Mickeys!
You need about 1.5 cups of ice to make the copycat Blue Milk recipe a smoothie consistency. Measure your cubes to see how many you need.
Pour one scoop of the Gatorade Glacier Ice powder into the blender. The Galaxy's Edge version of blue milk claims to have a berry flavor. This Gatorade powder has a hint of berry flavor as well, so it is a pretty good match! (If you've chosen to forego the Gatorade ice cubes, then you'll want to add 1/2 scoop to the measurement).
Blend everything together until it is nice and smooth. Pour into a glass and enjoy!