14 Top 'Star Wars' Food Items to 'Awaken' Your Taste Buds (PHOTOS)

Rosy Cordero | Dec 17, 2015 Food & Party
14 Top 'Star Wars' Food Items to 'Awaken' Your Taste Buds (PHOTOS)

There's no denying that the arrival of the new Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens, has unleashed a galaxy of product tie-ins. You only have to hit your nearest supermarket to see Darth Vader and company staring back at you from everything from water bottles to soup cans.

Check out the top 14 food products available to add to your pantry.


Image via General Mills

  • Light Side & Dark Side Ice Cream


    Are you Team Luke or Team Darth? Luckily you don't have to choose with with ice cream offerings from Ample Hills Creamery, featuring Light Side marshmallow flavor and Dark Side ultra-dark chocolate flavor. Mix and swirl! The packaging features original artwork and two quarts of delish-ishness.

  • Jelly Belly Gift Boxes


    Image via Jelly Belly

    Jelly bean maker Jelly Belly has very sweet treats you can gift to the big Star Wars fans in your life. Their 20-flavor gift boxes feature a variety of the brand's traditional flavors as well as a bevy of sparkly ones for a special galaxy look.

  • Coffee-Mate Creamers


    Image via Nestle USA

    Star Wars mania is not just for kids. Coffeemate offers five limited edition looks for its regular creamer flavors. Darth Vader will take you -- where else? -- to the dark side as he wraps the Espresso Chocolate creamer bottles while R2D2 sticks to French Vanilla. 

  • Star Wars Cereal


    Image via General Mills

    The force awakens...your appetite! These limited edition General Mills Star Wars cereals, complete with keeper boxes, feature fruit fruity flavored ships, light sabers, Yodas, stormtroopers and R2D2s.

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  • Go-Gurt


    Image via General Mills

    Kids will enjoy taking opening up their lunch boxes to find images of C-3PO or R2-D2 emblazoned on their Yoplait Go-Gurt. But who are we kidding? We're keeping our own in the office fridge. Hands off!

  • Kraft Mac N Cheese


    Image via The Kraft Heinz Company

    Maybe if we eat Yoda-shaped Kraft mac-and-cheese we'll absorb his enlightenment? Hmm. Nice that would be.

  • R2-D2 Sugar Cookies


    Image via General Mills

    Behold a holiday party treat that blows Christmas tree cookies out of the water: Pillsbury R2-D2 sugar cookies. Not exactly a dead ringer for the Star Wars robot, but still. Robot cookies.

  • Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks


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    All your favorite Star Wars characters and ships, including Yoda, Clone Trooper, Jedi Starfighter, R2-D2, and C-3PO, are here to give you a massive sugar high, via Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks.

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  • Cheez-Its


    Image via Walmart

    Chewbacca, Stormtrooper, X-Wing, R2-D2, Millenium Falcon, and C-3PO are all stamped on these fun limited edition Cheez Its.

  • Campbells Canned Soup


    Image via Campbells

    Andy Warhol would have loved these beautifully rendered Campbells soup cans that are good enough to keep as cool art.   

  • Chocolate Mpire


    Image via Mars

    The force will be with your taste buds with these special M&M's featuring Star Wars imagery on one side.

  • Oranges


    Image via Disney

    Leave it to Disney to get your excited about a movie with produce. These oranges are just oranges but putting The Force Awakens' rotund new droid on the label is a pretty clever way to give fruit a new spin.   

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  • Honey Maid Cookies


    Image via Honey Maid

    These old-school cookies get a bit of a facelift thanks to Yoda and his co-horts.

  • 'The Star Wars Cookbook'


    Image via Barnes and Noble

    Bonus: Make your own Star Wars-inspired food, with The Star Wars Cookbook. Inside, you'll find recipes to make C-3PO Pancakes, Jedi Juice Bars, and Obi-Won Kebabs.


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