Fan-Friendly Star Wars Recipes for May the Fourth
May The Feast be with you.
Margo Gothelf · 4 months ago
Star Wars may be set in a galaxy far, far away, but with these recipes, you can bring a little bit of the Resistance right into your kitchen. Get ready for some satisfying treats that are way more tasty than whatever Yoda had stewing in his pot on Dagobah...
Fruity TIE Fighters
Setting out on a long galactic mission? You’ll want some extra fuel. These Star Wars pancake molds from Williams Sonoma come in Darth Vader, R2-D2, and Stormtrooper forms, as well as Yoda, which you can use to make these Yoda pancakes with matcha and cocoa powder. Pay tribute to the great Jedi master while also making a truly delicious breakfast.
Roll right into lunch with these BB-8 Droid quesadillas! Unlike a typical droid, these quesadillas don’t require much work — in fact, you only need five ingredients. Follow this step-by-step guide from Totally the Bomb to construct your own loyal and delicious BB unit.
Ewok Rice Bowl
Ewoks had a controversial introduction to the Star Wars universe, but I think we can all agree that these Ewok rice bowls are awfully cute! Their furry faces and big eyes are an instant draw, and you can recreate that Ewok cuteness at home in a bowl filled with brown rice and topped with fruits or veggies of your choice.
Blue Milk, also known as bantha milk, is an iconic treat throughout the galaxy, especially on Tatooine. The milk, which comes from the yak-like bantha, is supposedly super-rich and thick. Baking Mischief’s sweet and frosty take on the traditional Blue Milk is super simple to make and only requires four ingredients.
Lightsaber Pretzel Rods
See if you have a connection to The Force by making your own lightsaber pretzel rods. Simply melt down some chocolate candy and dip the pretzels in, twisting them around in the process. Will you go to the dark side with a red lightsaber or go green and join the Resistance? The choice is yours.
Nobody likes to run into stormtroopers unexpectedly … unless they’re delicious enough to eat! To make these stormtrooper cupcakes at home, you’ll need a batch of plain vanilla cupcakes, some marshmallows, and an edible food marker in black. It’s a good thing the Resistance likes marshmallows!
Princess Leia Oreo Truffles
These Oreo truffle balls with Rolo hair buns from The Cookie Rookie are the perfect homage to Alderaan’s greatest export. Now you can celebrate a legend with a dessert that tastes as good as it looks.
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