Just like “The Star Wars Cookbook: Wookie Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes,” this cookbook is targeted to children more than adults and it’s more of a parody instead of using recipes found in the movies. Unlike “Wookie Cookies”, though, it focuses on breakfast and brunch recipes and it covers two of the newest Star Wars movies: Episode VII “The Force Awakens” and Episode VIII “The Last Jedi.”
Most of these recipes are fairly easy and quick to throw together, and the instructions are very clear and well-written to prevent any confusion. I found a few to be a bit more challenging, however, to both put together and to understand. For example, I had to take a look at what the Starkiller Pancakes should look like in order to understand their instructions, and even then it was challenging to make them look good.
I was a little disappointed with the Stormtrooper Standoff recipe, which was basically just boiling an egg and drawing on it, but it does include clear instructions for a child who has never boiled an egg before.
All the recipes I tried were either cheap or average in cost. Most were cheap overall, but there were more “average” costing dishes than the Wookie Cookies cookbook.
With a couple of exceptions, the food (and drinks) was very tasty! Almost all of it ended up with an 8, 9 or 10 out of 10. Overall I enjoyed the recipes in this cookbook more than the Wookie Cookies cookbook, and ended up saving 7 recipes: