May the Fourth Be With You! What better way to celebrate Star Wars Day on May 4 than with these 15 awesome Star Wars treats the whole galaxy will love! You'll find Lightsaber pretzels, fudgy Darth Vader cookies, green sherbet Yoda sundaes, and fun Wookiee cookies!


Star Wars S’mores Pops

Star Wars S’mores Pops

If your kids love s’mores, here's your chance to make the entire collection of Star Wars S’mores Pops! Get recipe from Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons.


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Star Wars Treat Mix

The cutest and most delicious looking snack mix you’ve ever seen. Get recipe from Kix Cereal.


Star Wars BB-8 Droid Quesadillas

Star Wars BB-8 Droid Quesadillas

BB-8 Droid Quesadillas only require 5 simple ingredients and come together incredibly quickly for a delicious party treat. Get recipe from Totally The Bomb.


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Darth Vader Roll Out Cookies

Take your cookies to the dark side! Get recipe from Lovin from the Oven.


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Yoda Sherbet Sundaes

The force is strong with these adorable Yoda sherbet sundaes. Create your own Jedi masterpieces using green sherbet topped with green candy ears and marshmallow eyes. Get recipe from Disney Family.


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Chewbacca Cupcakes

Chewbacca is everyone's favourite Wookiee, and he makes a pretty adorable cupcake, too. Use chocolate frosting to make Chewie's furry face; add white chocolate chips for eyes and white gel icing for his toothy grin. Get recipe from Disney Family.


Out of this World Star Wars Treats

Star Wars Cupcakes

Have fun making these Star Wars galactic-inspired cupcakes! Gather a group of kid Star Wars fans, and serve these up during your next Star Wars-themed movie party! Get recipe from Betty Crocker.


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Wookiee Cookies

Whip up some fun Wookiee cookies! Even Chewbacca can't resist oatmeal toffee cookies. Get recipe from Nerdy Nummies.


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Star Wars Lightsaber Pretzels

Make these pretzel snacks with bright, colorful frosting and teach your little ones about the fight against the dark side. Get recipe from Disney Family.


Star Wars R2D2 Treats

Star Wars R2D2 Treats

You could also make these fun treats by covering up some oreos with white chocolate. Get recipe from A Sparkle of Genius.


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Death Star Popcorn Balls

Like the Empire's deadly Death Star, making popcorn balls can be very dangerous. Kids shouldn't make these without the help of an adult! Get recipe from Oh My Disney.


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TIE Fighter Ties

These inter-galactic finger-foods are sure to start a battle in your very own kitchen: a battle over who takes command of the fresh-from-the-oven fleet of TIE Fighter Ties! Get recipe from  Oh My Disney.


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Jawa Vegan Cookie Cupcakes

The sweet little droid-peddlers are out of this galaxy. Just look at those golden eyes! Get recipe from Just Jenn Recipes.


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Princess Leia Oreo Truffles

These Princess Leia Oreo Truffles use Rolos for those iconic Princess Leia buns. Get recipe from The Cookie Rookie.


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Easy Star Wars Treats

It’s super fun to decorate yummy White Chocolate Ding Dongs (or other similar shaped snacks). They end up being extra delicious! Get recipe from A Magical Mess.


Throw an Epic Star Wars Party

Want more? Throw an Epic Star Wars Party

Learn to make appetizers, meals, desserts, and more that will delight first order and resistance supporters alike. Get ideas from the Star Wars website.

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