(Inside: Nerds unite! Let’s talk about the new Star Wars movies coming out this year, AND about the awesomely rad Star Wars chocolates I made!)
This year there are two brand new Star Wars movies coming out. Ahhh!
With Solo: A Star Wars Story coming up super fast, I think gifting these totally rad Star Wars Chocolates would be the coolest thing ever!
The silicone mold I have has some of the different fighter ships from the movies, but there are tons more Star Wars themed ones available if these aren’t your style.
You can put these in a gift basket, candy tin, or plastic decorated bag to fancy them up a little, too.
Do you have a Star Wars friend in the fandom? Wouldn’t they just love a gift like this?
If you’re even a little bit of a Star Wars fan you’re probably counting the days until the next one comes out.
Just a little while longer before we get to see Vader in action again.
Wow! I am just so darn excited ya’ll.
I wonder how this will tie into the story because we know with Star Wars it always does.
These little Star Wars Chocolates are going along with me to the theater totally stuffed off in my purse.
I also made a set for a friend who is totally a Star Wars geek (not nerd). I know she will enjoy them.
What’s really neat is if your Star Wars friend has little kids then you can also put a family Star Wars basket together. You can add toys, Star Wars Chocolates, and some other rad Star Wars stuff, like say socks.
Everyone loves Star Wars socks!
We have video on how to make the Star Wars Chocolates along with a recipe below!
Stop by and tell us: who would you gift these to?
And, by the way, I just talked to Darthy-boy and he said you need to pin this.
So, hop to it, padawan.
Star Wars Chocolates
Star Wars Chocolates
- 1 1/2 cups white chocolate candy melts
- 1 container edible gold cake glitter flakes
- 1 star wars candy mold
- Sprinkle gold glitter into the Star Wars mold.
- Melt chocolate at 1 minute intervals until fully melted.
- Pour chocolate into each ship mold. Top with more gold glitter.
- Place in freezer for 20 minutes or until chocolate is hard and dry.
- Remove chocolates from mold.