Or, if you want to go the healthier route, you can make grape lightsabers with a foil-wrapped cork and a bamboo skewer. Personally, I say go with both. If we learned one thing from General Grievous, it's that you can never have too many lightsabers.
You've been wanting to try blue milk ever since you first saw Luke pour himself a glass in the first movie. What does that magical beverage taste like?! If you follow this recipe for Blue Milkshakes, it tastes a lot like a vanilla milkshake...but, you know, bluer.
If you're craving beverages of the more adult variety (not that adults can't drink milkshakes!), you might be interested in a Star Wars-inspired cocktail like The Giggling Yoda. It contains puréed fruit, vodka and ginger ale, and closely resembles the gurgling swamps of Dagobah.
To make these chocolate bars, simply melt down some chocolate and pour it into one of these ice cube trays, let it cool and voilà! You have your very own (slightly morbid) Han-in-Carbonite chocolate bar.
Has a quesadilla ever stolen your heart? No? Well then you've obviously never had a quesadilla that looks like BB-8! Just use some cheddar and dyed cream cheese to add the droid-y details, and enjoy...if you can bring yourself to eat the most adorable quesadilla you've ever seen, that is.
If you want a more savory TIE Fighter, you can use hexagonal cheese crackers (like these), a cube of cheddar and a little bit of cream cheese to craft these beauties. Because one type of cheese is never enough.