The Star Wars Cook Book: Wookiee Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-05-18 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 214 user ratings

" Fun! The recipies were pretty cool, and the pictures were fun too! My brothers favorite picture was Han-Bugers. WARNING!! Do not read this when you are hungry " said.

" YUM, Wookiee Cookies for the win! " said.

" ha ha ha ha....wookie cookies!!! if you love star wars, get these just for kicks. some of the recipes seem worth it, though i haven't actually made anything from them.... " said.

" I registered a book at! " said.

" As a cookbook, this is okay. Nothing out of the ordinary, and you could find better recipes online (Brownies, sundae..etc).However, it's a good novelty item, so. Get it if you're a fan of Star Wars. " said.

" This was an awesome gift from someone I care about deeply about two years ago as a Christmas gift. I love this book so very much though I have yet to make any of the recipes as I always forget I have it. The pictures are great and the whole books is just amazing with such good looking food. I need to use this more often. " said.

"Much like the recent Rogue One film, I went into this cookbook wanting to love it. But, much like the movie, the contents were boring and uninspired. "Hoth Chocolate," for instance, is milk, sugar, cocoa powder and vanilla extract. Or, you know, an extremely basic recipe for hot chocolate.

This cookbook was clearly intended for third-graders, but that's no excuse for the unoriginality. With a Star Wars cookbook, the authors could have included literally ANYTHING. You have license do to whatever you want. But no, you went and made the most exotic or interesting ingredient in "Han-Burgers" Worcestershire sauce.

+ One star for referencing relatively obscure characters ("Bossk Brownies") and for including stickers
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"The names of the recipes are clever and cute, and the photos of Star Wars action figures interacting with the food are awesome!
My kids were thrilled to check this book out!
A few of the recipes are pretty basic, but there are also several that may inspire kids to try something a little different (for example, one of my kids ate pancakes with pineapple rings cooked into them, and another ate chili that had garbanzo, and black beans in it).

So far, we have tried the Crazy Cantina Chili, the C3PO Pancakes, and of course, the Wookiee Cookies.
The cookies were nothing special, I've made the chili multiple times, and my eldest continues to ask for pineapple in his pancakes.
I still plan on trying the Yoda Soda, the Princess Leia Danish, the Twin Sun Toast, and the Mos Eisley Morsels.

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