Le Creuset Star Wars cookware
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May the Fourth is almost upon us which means it’s as good a time as any to summon the force to your kitchen. Whether you consider yourself a padawan or jedi knight when it comes to culinary mastery, this selection of Star Wars-themed cookware and accessories is a must for any fan.

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BB-8 Instant Pot Duo, $79.95 from Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma

Prepare dinner at lightspeed with the help of an adorable Instant Pot cosplaying as BB-8. This incredibly versatile kitchen droid can handle anything from “Rey’s Portion Bread” to soup Baby Yoda would happily slurp up or even a whole roasted chicken if porg is out of stock.Buy Now

Le Creuset Han Solo Carbonite Roaster, $360 from Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma

I know you’ll love this eye-popping roaster from French cast iron experts Le Creuset. Though not actually made of carbonite, it’s certainly top of the line and is ideal for rib roasts or a golden as C-3PO Thanksgiving turkey.Buy Now

Le Creuset Darth Vader Dutch Oven, $316 from Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma

Succumb to the Dutch side with this sinister but sturdy 5.5-quart cast iron oven. Whether its stew, risotto, or no-knead bread, it can be used for so many cooking preparations during your time in quarantine and for years to come.Buy Now

Star Wars Cookie Cutters (set of 8), $29.95 from Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma

Serve up a fresh batch of Chewie chocolate chip or matcha green tea-infused Yoda cookies for your next movie (or “Mandalorian”) marathon. If you’ve been meaning to put your frosting skills to the test, here’s your opportunity.Buy Now  

Mini Lightsaber Spatula Set, 2 for $17.95 from Sur La Table

Sur La Table

Whether you’re an actual kid or a kid at heart, these nonstick silicone spatulas will make flipping pancakes and serving up eggs less of a battle. Unfortunately you’ll have to make your own lightsaber noises.Buy Now  

Darth Vader & Stormtrooper Panini Press, $39.50 from Sur La Table

Sur La Table

Searing heat applied with pressure? We’d like to think Darth Vader, or any Sith for that matter, would get a particular thrill out of this impressionable sandwich griller. It’s perfect for paninis or the ultimate PB&J.Buy Now  

Le Creuset Millenium Falcon Trivet, $16 from Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma

If your dish is hotter than the Millennium Falcon’s engines after a particularly brisk Kessel Run, it’s going to need a safe landing spot. Consider this 8” trivet, shaped like Han Solo’s beloved Corellian YT-1300f light freighter, which is made of high-quality silicone and heat-resistant to 482 degrees.Buy Now  

Chewbacca Toaster, $34.99 from Target


If your tummy is grumbling louder than an angry Wookiee, get cooking with this flashy toaster highlighted by Chewbacca’s signature bandolier. There’s no better way to get your morning started than with slices of bread emblazoned with the head of Han Solo’s best bud.Buy Now

Star Wars Ice Cube Molds, 7 for $18.99 from Amazon


Turn your home into a funky cantina with these versatile ice molds that are also great for expanding your chocolate and Jello galaxy. If you can’t afford a live band, let this be your kitchen soundtrack.Buy Now

Death Star Herb Grinder, $14.99 from Amazon


Here’s a must-have if you’re a sci-fi geek who also happens to love cooking with freshly ground herbs and spices. (No comment on its potential darkside uses).Buy Now

Galaxy’s Edge Cookbook, $17.59 from Amazon


Galaxy’s Edge, Disney’s magical gateway to the Star Wars universe, happens to offer some of the best food in all the Land and World.  If you can’t make it out to the parks but need to satisfy your craving for Fried Endorian Tip-Yip and more otherworldly fare, here’s your chance.Buy Now

Header image courtesy of Le Creuset

David is a food and culture writer based in Los Angeles by way of New York City. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, CBS Local, Mashable, and Gawker.
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