The sky in this lunch is made out of red cabbage and the sand is made out of pita and hummus. This Jawa is made out of tofurkey and has a black rice face.
These Darth Vader sandwiches are filled with jam.
R2D2 and C-3PO are made out of rosemary bread and are filled with olive oil and red pepper flakes.
Chewbacca is made out of soba noodles with a nori, black bean, and tomato face.
Yoda’s eyes are made of green M&M’s.
Princess Leia has hair made of tortilla.
Yoda’s head is a turkey sandwich.
This lunch is complete with a Darth Vader sandwich and red lightsaber cupcake pick.
This lunch has a Princess Leia sandwich with soybutter and jelly, an R2D2 sandwich with jelly, and R2D2 gummies.
This lunch consists of a Millennium Falcon sandwich and Vader’s TIE Fighter cinnamon pie crust for dessert.
This PB&J Yoda head sandwich is floating in a sea of space-shaped goldfish crackers.
This Stormtrooper is made out of monterey jack cheese with nori detail, the sky is made out of rice and sesame seeds, and the death star is a dyed boiled egg.
This TIE Fighter sandwich has strawberry jam in it.
This is a PB&J sandwich with cheese accents.
This is a turkey and cheese sandwich topped with an R2D2.
Princess Leia is a cheese sandwich with rosy cheeks made out of jelly. Her hair is made out of almond butter sandwiches.
This Ewok is made out of rice and has a seaweed face.
Some of these Star Wars sandwiches are made with peanut butter and some of them are made with soy ham.
IMPORTANT: You can buy Star Wars-themed pancake molds and cookie cutters here.
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