Out-of-This-World Breakfast Coming to Milk Stand at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

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Galaxy's Edge breakfast options

If your first priority when you visit Disneyland or Disney World right now is to snag a Rise of the Resistance boarding group, it means you can expect to be up before the sun (two suns, in the case of Batuu). Never fear, though, Disney has you covered with new breakfast options coming to the Milk Stand at Walt Disney World’s Galaxy’s Edge!

Mom and daughter at Galaxy's Edge Milk Stand
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The immensely popular counter service kiosk at Disney’s Hollywood Studios will be adding several breakfast entree options to its menu, which has so far consisted of blue and milk and green milk in both alcoholic and nonalcoholic varieties. Before we dive into the new breakfast menu, be warned that the first new offering we’ll be covering certainly sounds like it came from another galaxy. 

Drum roll please….Green Milk Bread Pudding for $6.49. It’s certainly a unique idea and we’re sure the Disney World menu specialists have done plenty of testing, but the jury is still out on this one. If all else fails, blue and green milk with shots are now going to be available in the morning.

The other two breakfast options coming to the Milk Stand are more standard fare. The Saka Farm Egg Bite, presumably courtesy of Kat Saka’s Kettle’s proprietor, will consist of an egg-white bite topped with spicy tomato sauce, crumbled feta cheese, and garlic bread crumbs. This protein-packed savory option will cost $6.99.  

Morning at Galaxy's Edge
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The last option is a Wampa Yogurt Cup. This will feature vegetarian-friendly coconut milk yogurt will be made with green milk and topped with seasonal fruits. This refreshing on-the-go meal will be priced at $6.49. The full menu can be seen below. 

Milk Stand breakfast menu
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If you’re not craving any of Hollywood Studios’ Milk Stand’s new breakfast dishes, quick service restaurant, Docking Bay 7, has a long-standing morning menu that includes Mustafarian cinnamon rolls, the Bright Suns breakfast platter, and Tuggs’ overnight oats with fruit.

The Docking Bay 7 menu is available at both Disneyland and Disney World. We’re still waiting for word on whether or not the Milk Stand in Anaheim will start serving breakfast soon. 

Mustafarian lava roll from Galaxy's Edge
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Next time you find yourself waking up at Blackspire Outpost, say “Bright Suns” with breakfast on Batuu!

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