You, Too, Can Eat Like Baby Yoda, but for $50; ‘The Mandalorian’ Child Has Expensive Taste
Here’s what we know about the food that’s inspired by the galaxy far, far away.
Williams Sonoma is selling Baby Yoda-inspired macarons
He loves soup, frogs, and hanging out with his bounty hunter best friend. If Star Wars fans want to try some of Baby Yoda’s favorite snacks from season 2, they can head to the Williams Sonoma website for greenish-blue sweet treats, aptly named Nevarro Nummies™ Macarons.
These were similar to the macarons that little Grogu stole while in the classroom and snuck onto the Mandalorian’s ship. He might’ve thrown up from eating too many, but that didn’t make them look any less delicious.
“Inspired by a sweet moment when a young Nevarro student debated sharing his treats with the Child, 21st-century artisans in California have created these ethereal French-style almond macarons capturing the essence of this scene with Nevarro Nummies,” the description reads.
These macarons aren’t cheap, though, as a pack of 12 costs $49.95. That could be because they’re made in the United States or because they’re shipped frozen with dry ice or chilled with gel packs, depending on the time of year.
There’s plenty of food from a galaxy far, far away in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
For an immersive Star Wars experience, fans can head to Galaxy’s Edge in Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Of course, there are theme park rides, but there are also plenty of foods and drinks inspired by the galaxy far, far away.
At Oga’s Cantina, adult Star Wars fans can enjoy a beverage, some including foam, black salt, and even blueberry popping pearls. There are the iconic blue milk, also known as Bantha milk, and green milk. (These drinks are similar to the blue drink the Mandalorian is served at the Tatooine bar during the beginning of Season 2.)
Baby Yoda eats a few different snacks in ‘The Mandalorian’
Throughout the episodes of this live-action series, Baby Yoda enjoyed a few exotic snacks. During “The Sanctuary” episode, he munched on frogs and sipped on some soup, creating the iconic memes.
In season 2, this character snacked on some eggs that, technically, were not meant to be his food. It worked out fine in the end, with the eggs and their mother being reunited with the father. Baby Yoda and the Mandalorian, however, still have plenty of adventures to go on together.
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