May the Fourth Be With You: 8 Star Wars Treats for the Whole GalaxyKelsey Banfield
So it’s official: Star Wars day is just around the corner. What better way to celebrate than with a few awesome Star Wars treats? Just the other day I made cinnamon buns that reminded me of Princess Leia’s hairdo, and then I found some cool cookies on Babble. It turns out there are a whole host of Star Wars cooks and bakers out there. There’s no tastier way to celebrate the fourth of May!
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Yoda’s Green Sherbet Sundaes 2 of 9
The force is strong with these adorable ice cream and marshmallow treats! Make them immediately you must.
Princess Leia Cupcakes 3 of 9
Jenn made the most amazing foods for her Star Wars party (including a hilarious Han Solo in carbonite Jell-o). But these Princess Leia cupcakes are my personal favorite!
Photo credit: Jenn Fujikawa, used with permission
Star Wars Roll Out Cookies 4 of 9
These awesome brownie roll-out cookies are the perfect kid-friendly Star Wars dessert for May 4th. Slip a few in your kid's lunchbox for an extra-special daytime treat!
Photo credit: Kim Nguyen, used with permission
Chewbacca’s Wookiee Cupcakes 5 of 9
As if you needed another reason to love Chewbacca, he now appears in the form of super-cute cupcakes. These are sure to be a hit with both kids AND adults at your Star Wars party!
Princess Leia Buns 6 of 9
These awesome cinnamon rolls look just like Princess Leia's hair buns! Make them for your kids on Saturday morning — just make sure you tell them not to pin them in their hair.
Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Stormtrooper Mickey Cake 7 of 9
Star Wars + Disney = the coolest dessert ever created. The addition of Mickey ears makes this Imperial stormtrooper much less threatening, don't you think?
Blue Milk 8 of 9
I have always had a fascination with blue milk, and now the fine people at Castle & Cooks have come up with a way to transform it into a tasty adult cocktail. I've GOT to try this on May 4th!
Photo credit: Jesse Lyons, used with permission
TIE Fighter Cookie and Pretzel Light Saber 9 of 9
Let your kids reconstruct favorite battle scenes with these cool TIE fighter cookies and pretzel light sabers!
Photo: Macki Cayloma