It doesn’t look like much, but The Millennium Falcon Waffle Maker will make the best breakfast in the galaxy.
When you’re looking for a creative dinner in less than twelve parsecs, look no further than Chewbacca Noodle Rolls.
Brought to us by Jenn Fujikawa, the spring rolls are made possible with buckwheat noodles to create Chewy’s fur, seaweed and kamaboko for his face and ammo belt, and sweet chili sauce for dipping.
Check out the “how to” here. Make a few for yourself, and then laugh it up, fuzzball.
Tea time just took a dark turn, with the Darth Vader Tea Kettle. Brought to us by The Fowndry, the evil tea-maker is not only sleek and menacing, it’ll whistle when your tea is ready.
Think of this as being summoned to the dark side. Unless you take milk in your tea, then there’s a new hope. Available for pre-order here.
Stormtroopers may be mindless drones, bred for little more than serving the Empire — but their helmets sure do make some pretty toast.
The Stormtrooper Toaster, by Hammacher Schlemmer, will put a char on your bread anytime you place it in his noggin. The Stormtrooper even prints an Empire symbol on every slice — just so you never forget where your bread is buttered.
Regardless of how you feel about Porgs and The Last Jedi, you have to admit that the puffin/penguin/ewok hybrids were pretty darn cute. The best part, is that their puffiness is begging to be recreated in rice ball-form, and Disney Parks has made this happen.
The Porg Bento showcases the cutest rice ball in the galaxy. Although, we’re not sure Chewbacca would be into this meatless version, you can find out how to make your own with the video below.