Star Wars fans are sure to love this fun. themed party menu! Kids and adults will appreciate the puns and the taste of these Star Wars food ideas. I am sharing the party menu I created for my son’s birthday party as well as several other Star Wars recipes to make sure your celebration is out of this world!
HOMEMADE STAR WARS PARTY MENU
WHEN TO SERVE STAR WARS-THEMED FOOD
There are so many reasons to cook up some delicious Star Wars food! Make a meal with a Star Wars theme for:
- A Star Wars birthday party
- Star Wars Day (May Fourth)
- Star Wars movie night
- The season premiere of a new Star Wars show on Disney+
STAR WARS PARTY FOOD IDEAS
I am a confirmed themed party food nerd, so I made sure that all the menu items for the Star Wars party had appropriately dorky names based on Star Wars characters, locations, and more. The food was all relatively low-maintenance and inexpensive too, from the burgers to the no-bake cookies. I hope you can take some of these ideas and use them for your Star Wars party!
Vader Taters – French fries from a local diner
Storm Trooper Scoopers – Scoop-shaped corn chips and salsa
Carbonite Jello – I trapped my son’s Han Solo toy in some Carbonite Jello by mixing blue raspberry and orange jello together. It was a little more green than I would have liked, but it was still pretty cool.
Yoda Soda – A special swampy green punch made of a 2 liter of lemon-lime pop and a half gallon of lime sherbet. The result looked very much like a Dagobah swamp but was surprisingly tasty.
Dark Side Chocolate Cake – Dark chocolate cake from a box because I can’t bake cakes from scratch
C3P Oreo Ice Cream – Cookies ‘n’ Cream ice cream
Wookie Cookies – Standard peanut butter and chocolate no-bake cookies that vaguely resemble everyone’s favorite sidekick, Chewie
Qui Gon Jin-gerbread Stars – Pillsbury refrigerated gingerbread cookies cut into stars and sandwiched on either side of BetterCreme frosting
Endor Trail Mix – A sweet, Ewok-themed snack made from a combination of sugar pop cereal, mint M&Ms, yogurt-covered raisins, and chocolate graham bears (meant to look like Ewoks).
time, in vanilla instead of chocolate. I frosted the cake and filled all the Qui-Gon Jin-gerbread Stars with the one carton of frosting.
I decorated the cake with Wilton Darth Vader and Yoda decorations and my son’s name. I will share how I created my son’s name in chocolate later today.
Since I am such a naming nerd, I came up with a few more Star Wars menu items that we did not end up using:
- Luke Skywalking Tacos
- Boba Fettuccini Alfredo
- Jabba Juice
- Pada –Wontons
- Darth Maulted Milkshakes
- Admiral Ack-Bars
SIMPLE STAR WARS SNACKS AND DESSERT IDEAS
If you are looking for one-off Star Wars food ideas, I found these adorable options:
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