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A Wookiee Cookie a Day Keeps the Sith Lords Away

I’m one of those people who takes pleasure in flipping through cookbooks—as long as I have something to munch on simultaneously, of course. Even as a kid I enjoyed them, my all-time favorite being Wookiee Cookies: A Star Wars Cookbook. Talk about creative! From “Dark Side Salsa” to “Hoth Chocolate”, this book covers all the edible Star Wars basics.

Or so I thought. Thanks to all you creative culinary craftsmen/women out there, it turns out that book is just the tip of the ice planet. Here are fourteen of my favorite Star Wars food finds!

1. Light Saber Pretzel Sticks

 

What a simple way to satisfy an eager young group of Jedi Knights.
 

Recipe: I Should Be Mopping the Floor.
 

2. Padawan Pizzas

 

Because alliteration. And because these are really, really clever!
 

Image: Rama Hughes via Flickr
 

3. That’s No Melon…

 

This isn’t so much a recipe as it is an unbelievably great idea. Isn’t it, though?
 

Image: Silverisdead via Flickr
 

4. Molten Lava Cake

 

Okay, no, this isn’t lava cake. Not technically. Believe it or not, under all that frosting and broken chocolate lies a giant rice krispie treat!
 

Recipe: One Perfect Day
 

5. Han Jell-O

 

You can’t have a Star Wars party without Han Solo… even if he is frozen in carbonite.
 

Recipe: One Perfect Day
 

6. There’s a Yoda in my Soda

 

This lime sherbet/7-Up combo is a sure crowd-pleaser, no matter which galaxy your crowd may hail from.
 

Recipe: Here Comes the Sun
 

7. Obi-Wan Kabob-ies

 

Say the name out loud. Now say it without laughing. You can’t, can you?
 

Recipe: Catch My Party
 

8. Chewbacca Donut

 

Donuts just got a whole lot chewier. These aren’t that hard to make either!
 

Recipe: Laughing Squid
 

9. Princess Leia Cupcakes

 

Cupcake designs can be complex. These, however, are both doable and delicious, thank goodness.
 

Recipe: Dimple Prints
 

10. Yodamole and Trooper Scoopers

 

Here you’ll find a good recipe for guacamole, or your local grocery store should carry it.
 

Image: Kitchen Fun With My Three Sons
 

11. Tasty Tie Fighters

Aren’t these the cutest little things?
 

Image: Catch My Party
 

12. Wookiee Cookies

 

Choose your favorite oatmeal cookie recipe, then follow the instructions found on Stuck With Pin’s blog. It’s that easy!

Recipe: Stuck With Pins
 

13. Star Wars Macarons

 

Macarons can be tricky to make, but if you can get them just right, the results are out of this world.

Recipe: Semi Sweet Designs
 

14. Disney Star Wars Cookies

 

To celebrate the marriage of Star Wars and Disney, I’ve included these oh-so-geeky cookie designs. My heart’s melting!
 

Recipe: Semi Sweet Designs

With a little imagination, you can bring your favorite Star Wars icons to the table. May the fork be with you!
 

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