The Most Adorable (and Doable) Star Wars Recipes Online
The Internet is understandably abuzz with excitement regarding Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and some of our favorite online food bloggers have gotten especially creative when it comes to celebrating the newest film in the Expanded Universe. From cocktails to appetizers and, of course, desserts, these recipes should be your secret power for your Star Wars party. May the Force (and the food) be with you.
What better way to celebrate the new Star Wars film and its new characters than to make some yummy BB-8 cookies?
Jedi Mind Trick
The Force is strong with this blue cocktail. All you need is some dry vermouth, a splash of gin, and a lemon twist for garnish.
Chewie Caramel Corn
There's no better movie food than popcorn. Sweet, salty, and overwhelmingly snackable, Chewie caramel corn is a must have for parties.
Inspired by the blue milk from Tatooine, these blue milkshakes are an easy way to geek out.
Star Wars Devil's Food Chocolate Cake
While the devil's food cake base itself could be stretched to embody Darth Vader's dark side, the Star Wars cereal coating is what makes this Star Wars cake one of the prettiest — and most delectable — Force-inspired treats.
This R2-D2 cupcake recipe proves that you don't need to be a decorating pro to nail a Star Wars dessert — the icing decorations are simple to make but make a huge impact and clearly channel the spirit of R2-D2.
Princess Leia Oreo Truffles
These chocolaty Princess Leia truffles are so easy to make and are sure to knock the socks off of any true Star Wars fan.
Tusken Raider Cookies
These Tusken Raider cookies come to life via two main parts: the madeleine cookie and the icing decorations. The combination of the vanilla base and peanut butter frosting makes this dessert as appetizing as it is thematic.
Light Saber Chocolate-Covered Oreos
These chocolate-covered Oreos adorned with light sabers are perfect for anyone who's not quite sure what side of the Force they're on.
Star Wars Push Pops
These cake push pops come in three variations: R2-D2, C-3PO and Wicket. These desserts are interactive, fun, and guaranteed to be adored by both adults and kids.
TIE Fighter Treats
All you need are a couple packs of 100-calorie Oreos, some minimarshmallows, and a bit of melted chocolate to create these edible TIE fighter treats. If TIE fighters taste this good, we might just be tempted to go over to the Dark Side . . .