Another season of Mandalorian is coming out and what better way to celebrate Baby Yoda than to watch it with your friends and family enjoying these Mandalorian recipes.
Delicious finger foods, entrees, desserts, and drinks, it does not get better than this. So sit back, enjoy all the yummy food and the show.
Delicious Mandalorian Recipes
We have gathered the yummiest recipes from across the galaxy to make your Mandalorian experience as delicious as possible. Some of these recipes are based around The Mandalorian and Mandalore, others just come from the Star Wars universe.
Mandalorian Finger Foods
Start off with an appetizer like these Star Wars Constable’s Caps. These are perfect because mushrooms are known to grow wild on Mandalore. This stuffed mushroom recipe is absolutely delicious, and fairly simple to make.
Rings of Hudulla
In case you didn’t know, the planet Hudalla is a giant gas planet orbited by the largest rings in the galaxy! Which is why these Rings of Hudalla make the most delicious appetizers! Onions, bacon, brown sugar, and hot sauce, this makes for the perfect sweet and spicy combo!
Baby Yoda Nachos
Want something a little more down to earth? Then try these delicious Baby Yoda nachos! They are traditional nachos, but the guacamole, peppers, and olives are shaped to look like Baby Yoda.
Baby Yoda Devilled Eggs
Nothing is cuter (or more yummy) than these Baby Yoda devilled eggs. They’re green, with green ears, but the egg white carriage carries around the adorable Baby Yoda right to your mouth.
Mandalorian Dinner Recipes
Spicy Mandalorian Stew
Once your guests are done with their appetizers they will be ready for dinner and you can’t have a Mandalorian party without this Spicy Mandalorian stew! This stew is meaty, spicy, and full of fragrant herbs. It will definitely be a crowd pleaser.
Braised Shaak Roast
If you have little Baby Yoda’s of your own or anyone with a sensitive palette than this Braised Shaak Roast may be the better option. It includes mushrooms from Mandalore along with tender Shaak roast (pot roast), carrots, kale, and pasta.
Fried Endorian Tip-Yip
Fried Endorian Tip-Yip will be anyone’s favorite! It’s fried chicken over potatoes and mixed vegetables with a zesty gravy. It is one of my favorite Star Wars meals!
Polystarch Puffbread Recipe
What goes better with roasts, fried chicken, and stew than bread? This Polystarch Puffbread recipe will go great with all the dinner recipes. Plus, it is super easy and quick to make. It is very similar to a drop biscuit.
Mandalorian & Baby Yoda Dessert Recipes
Mandalorian Uj’alayi Cake
This Mandalorian Uj’alayi cake looks delicious. It has various nuts, candied peels, dried fruits, and herbs, as well as honey, and butter, in it. All of which make a fruity rich dessert that may or may not need a dollop of vanilla ice cream to cut the sweetness. This would be a perfect way to end a great meal.
Baby Yoda Cake Pops
You can’t have a Mandalorian party without Baby Yoda! These Baby Yoda cake pops are almost too cute to eat. I said almost! Who wouldn’t eat these chocolate cake pops?
Baby Yoda Macarons
I really can’t decide which desserts are cuter between the Baby Yoda cake pops or these delicious Baby Yoda Macarons. These are simple to make, cute, and have a scrumptious raspberry buttercream filling in the middle, yum!
Baby Yoda Rice Krispie Treats
Oh the cuteness of our favorite no-bake treat…as in crispy rice treats! These Baby Yoda Rice Krispie Treats are surprisingly easy to make and absolutely adorable from Desert Chica.
No-Bake Baby Yoda Cookies
These no-bake Baby Yoda cookies are so easy to make and tasty! All you need is fondant, green candy melts, M&M’s, Nutter Butter cookies, and whole almonds. They’re super easy to make and everyone will love them.
Mandalorian Themed Drinks
Star Wars Blue Milk
Blue Milk is one of the most well-known drinks in Star Wars, so I think it is safe to say the Mandalorian has drank it one time or another. This Blue Milk recipe is creamy, fruity, and has just a touch of vanilla!
Baby Yoda Soda
This green Baby Yoda soda is perfect for everyone! It is full of lime juice, sherbet, and sparkling water, and has the perfect amount of sweetness. It is wonderfully refreshing after eating so many Star Wars themed foods.
Baby Yoda Mocktail
While this is technically a Yoda mocktail, it looks close enough to our favorite Force wielding baby that we can call it a Baby Yoda Mocktail.
This does have a “grown up” recipe in it, but specifies that “…to make it into a mocktail simply add…mellow yellow/mountain dew. Anything that is green in color will work perfectly in this recipe.” Then you’ll add blueberries and limes!
Want More Delicious Baby Yoda Ideas?
Make your breakfast out of this world with this Baby Yoda waffle maker.
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