The Force Awakens has created a whole new generation of Star Wars fans, almost 40 years after the original movies exploded into the theaters. This doesn’t just mean new toys and games, it means Star Wars birthday parties, and bakers everywhere are coming up with brand new recipes dedicated to these fantastic movies and their characters.
Star Wars Cupcakes
Using mini cupcakes for heads and regular ones for the bodies, along with a bit of fondant and icing, these little droids are easy to make and look fabulous.
Princess Leia Cupcakes
A simple face drawn on a cupcake becomes the beautiful Princess Leia when a couple of Oreo cookies are added to the sides to create her classic hair buns.
A bit of creative frosting, a couple of candy eyes and a chocolate chip nose creates an adorably simple Wookie cupcake.
Storm Trooper Cupcakes
An easy Stormtrooper cupcake topper can be made using only a large marshmallow and a black edible marker.
Star Wars Cookies
An oatmeal cookie becomes a Star Wars treat with a chocolate frosting face, and some white chocolate pieces for Chewbacca’s trademark ammo belt.
Star Wars Macarons
Different colors and flavors of macarons and cream centers can be used to make a variety of Star Wars themed treats when coupled with some decorative frosting.
A bit of skill with a piping bag and different colored icing can turn a simple sugar cookie into a Jedi’s weapon of choice.
Star Wars Cakes
Chocolate Stormtrooper Cake
Layers of chocolate cake and white chocolate cream filling make this delicious cake tower, with macarons and chocolate shavings surrounding the Stormtrooper topper.
May the Force Be With You Cake
Black and purple airbrushing, buttercream stars, and fondant lettering turn a two-tiered cake into a Star Wars themed dessert, complete with authentic figures battling all around.
Sarlacc Bundt Cake
Bring the deserts of Tatooine into any home with a caramel Bundt cake, centered with a tasty madeleine cookie Sarlacc monster, and accented with almond spikes and teeth.
Star Wars Drinks
White chocolate cocoa colored blue, topped with whipped cream, decorated with silver stars and served in a glass rimmed with black sanding sugar simulates a favorite Star Wars droid.
Star Wars Blue Milkshake
Recreating the blue milk in A New Hope may seem boring, but adding a bit of blue food coloring to a thick vanilla milkshake gives it a tasty new twist.
Rebel Alliance Strawberry Float
This drink is completely dairy-free, to keep all those little Jedi’s with sensitive tummies sipping happily at the delicious strawberry and chocolate goodness.
There are so many characters that sometimes it is hard to choose a favorite, but these tasty treats it easy to create the perfect snack for any Star Wars fan. And if necessary, combining a few different Star Wars birthday party desserts to satisfy everyone’s tastes is easy to do, and can only make a party that much more amazing.