Make These DIY Star Wars Inspired Snacks

BY GuruHub Squad
3 months ago
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4. Lightsaber Pretzels
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May the 4th be with you and your tummy with these out of this world sweets and treats. Let our favorite snacks, desserts, and galaxy inspired munchies be the (Death) star of the show.

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1. Chewbacca Donut
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1. Chewbacca Donut

Donut worry Jenn from Just Jenn Recipes has your back on Star Wars Day with these quick and easy Chewbacca donuts. All you need is a dozen maple bar donuts, a couple extra colors of icing and no artistry skills needed!

Check out the full recipe here.

2. BB8 Muddy Buddies
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2. BB8 Muddy Buddies

By adding some BB8 colored chocolate you can transform a bowl of party-ready muddy buddies, into an intergalactic snack every Jedi will enjoy!

Check out the full recipe here.

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3. Tie Fighter Cookies
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3. Tie Fighter Cookies

This one is simple and inexpensive, you only need three ingredients. Cookie thins, mini marshmallows and cookie frosting which you can probably get for under USD 10.

Check out the full recipe here.

4. Lightsaber Pretzels
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4. Lightsaber Pretzels

All you need is white and black melting chocolate, pretzels, and an assortment of sugar sprinkles! If you aren’t feeling the sprinkles texture, substitute with food coloring and mix it into the white melting chocolate.

Check out the full recipe here.

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5. Jabba the Hutt Avocado Toast
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5. Jabba the Hutt Avocado Toast

Taking the avo toast trend to a galaxy far far away. All the way to the planet of Nal Hutta where Jabba the Hutt and his galactic gangster’s hideout.

Check out the full recipe here.

6. Stormtrooper Pretzels
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6. Stormtrooper Pretzels

Did you know that upside down pretzels are the perfect shape for Stormtrooper helmets? We didn’t either but the Scrap Shoppe Blog does!

Check out the full recipe here.

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7. Darth Vader & Yoda Rice Krispie Treats
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7. Darth Vader & Yoda Rice Krispie Treats

Tap into the light and dark sides with this recipe. It’s super simple all you have to do is melt down two different bowls of marshmallows, add the black and green food coloring to the respective bowls, mix in the cereal, and then using a rolling pin to flatten the mixture. Once the cereal and marshmallow mixture is flat, cut with your Star Wars cookie cutters.

Check out the full recipe here.

8. Sarlacc Bundt Cake
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8. Sarlacc Bundt Cake

You won’t be afraid of this Sarlacc! This cake recreation of Jabba the Hutt’s horrific monster will be something you want to sink your teeth into and it won’t sink its teeth into you!

Check out the full recipe here.

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9. Ewok Granola Bars
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9. Ewok Granola Bars

This recipe from Refined Mom will take a bit more chocolate artistry than most of our other favorite recipes. But they will be a cute centerpiece for your May the 4th celebration!

Check out the full recipe here.

10. Stormtrooper Marshmallows
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10. Stormtrooper Marshmallows

Now compared to those Ewok granola bars, no art degree needed here. All you have to do to make these Stormtroopers is plop a jumbo marshmallow on a cake pop stick and draw a couple lines and triangles with a black edible marker.

Check out the full recipe here.

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11. TIE Striker Appetizers
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11. TIE Striker Appetizers

In the same family as the TIE fighter, yet equally as good. This innovative recipe is a play on pigs in a blanket, but instead of a dough 2 Geeks Who Eat use wonton wrappers to keep the shape of the .wings

Check out the full recipe here.

12. Death Star Cheese Ball
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12. Death Star Cheese Ball

That’s no star… It’s a cheese ball too! Grab your Lactaid, because this one is not for the faint of lactose although it is the perfect horderve for your Star Wars Day parties.

Check out the full recipe here.

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13. Princess Leia Oreo Truffles
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13. Princess Leia Oreo Truffles

The Cookie Rookie’s recipe for Princess Leia Oreo Truffles is to die for! They’re so cute and super simple to make.

Check out the full recipe here.

14. Rebel Cookies with Blue Milk
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14. Rebel Cookies with Blue Milk

FTW, blue milk?! Don’t worry it’s just food dye it still tastes the same and if your lactose sensitive like a majority of the population it still works with your choice of milk substitute.

And if you’re wondering where am I supposed to get a Rebel insignia cookie cutter, we got you. Etsy has everything!

Check out the full recipe here.

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15. Death Star Pizza
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15. Death Star Pizza

Come to the Dark Side we have pizza… and hopefully mozzarella sticks! You can make personal Death Star pizzas or if you’re up for the challenge make a giant one to share.

Check out the full recipe here.

Leave us comments about how you’re celebrating Star Wars Day in style.