Star Wars Themed Food: 22 Recipes & Ideas for Your May the Fourth Be With You Party

If you’ve got a Star Wars fan (or fans) in your home, then chances are there is a Star Wars party in your future. I’ve got more than twenty Star Wars Food ideas for your upcoming party! Some are crazy simple, and others involve a little more skill. Whether or not your hosting a Star Wars “May the Fourth Be With You” party, or a Star Wars Birthday Party for that special fan, these recipe ideas are sure to please!

Star Wars Themed Food



Lightsaber Fruit Skewers

What You’ll Need: 

See how to put it together over at Tried and True Blog!


Star Wars Hot Chocolate

What You’ll Need: 

  • 3/4 cup white sugar
  • 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 cup chocolate chip morsels
  • 1/3 cup boiling water
  • 3 1/2 cups milk
  • 3/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup half-and-half cream
  • Star Wars Mug (optional)

See the directions over at Thrifty Jinxy!

R2-D2 Mickey Mouse Cookies

You don’t need anything too fancy to make these! See all the (very detailed) directions over at Frugal Mom Eh! You can do this! I think it’s easier than it looks!

Star Wars No Bake Storm Trooper Treats

What You’ll Need:

See the (EASY PEASY) directions at Craft Create Cook!

Star Wars Galaxy Bark

What You’ll Need:

See all the instructions at Sugar Spice and Glitter!

Star Wars Ship Peppermints

What You’ll Need:

See all the directions over at Nerdy Mamma!

Star Wars Yoda Cookies

What You’ll Need:

Aside from the usual cookie/frosting ingredients, you’ll need a spider cookie cutter that you can deform (that’s the trick to getting this Yoda Cookie shape!). See all the instructions over at A Mom’s Take!

Star Wars Yoda on Chocolate Candy Treats

You’ll need some Star Wars fruit snacks, white rolled fondant and tools, plus some melting chocolate and molds to create this “master” piece. See the instructions over at Happy and Blessed Home!


Star Wars Cheerio Treats

Aside from the usual ingredients for cereal bars, you’ll use pretzel sticks and blue and red melting chocolate to make the cute light sabers! See all the instructions over at Housewife Eclectic!

 Star Wars String Cheese Storm Troopers

Super easy to throw these together, right? She also has a Death Star Pizza recipe – see it all on Arts & Crackers.

Lightsaber Popsicles

This brilliant idea comes from The Joys of Boys! All you need is some ice pops, and felt! See her post for all the instructions!

Chewbacca Caramel Hot Chocolate

What You’ll Need:

See all the directions over at Midget Momma!

Star Wars Rice Krispies Treats

All you need is some food coloring and Star Wars Cookie Cutters! I like her work around for NOT using black food coloring! Check it out on Mom Endeavors!

Star Wars Yoda Cocoa

You’ll just need:

  • 4 cups of milk of your choice
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 8 oz. white chocolate chips
  • 2 drops of Green food coloring
  • whipped cream
  • 2 Candy Eyes
  • Green sprinkles

See the instructions at Living Off Love and Coffee

 Princes Leia Cupcakes

You don’t need anything too special to make these cupcakes! The hair is created using Wilton Black Icing and tip #4. You could get some chocolate oreos, or use the black icing to hide the white oreo filling.

Yoda and Chewie Star Wars Cupcakes

Savory Experiments has all the directions and supplies you’ll need!

Star Wars Wookie Cookies

Life Anchored

Star Wars Storm Trooper Cupcakes

All you need is some food coloring markers and you’ve got yourself a quick and fun Star Wars treat! See all the deets over at A Few Shortcuts!

Star Wars Stormtrooper Snacks

The Scrap Shoppe Blog  has a fun idea using pretzels and melting chocolate! You’ll just need:

Tatooine Tarts

Thirty Something Super Mom – has a fun idea! She is using Cinnamon Toast crunch as the base for her little crusts. She calls for Star Wars Cinnamon Toast Crunch, but you can’t find that anymore, so regular Cinnamon Toast crunch will work just fine!

Princess Leia Cookies

I found this one on pinterest, and couldn’t find a blog that it was posted to! All you need is wafer cookies and some chocolate candy melts (or even chocolate chips) for this one. Dip the wafers and then add brown M&M’s for her buns. Let them set in the freezer for 20 minutes and then draw faces on each wafer using food coloring markers.

Nutella Tie Fighters

Here’s another fun one I found on Pinterest (original blog unavailable now). But the thought of Nutella S’mores would make anyone happy! Plus these would be quick and easy to throw together!

Hope you have an awesome Star Wars Party with all these Star Wars Party food ideas!


Meal Type: Recipe Roundup, Spring
Categories: Cookies and Treats

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