Confession. I love little Yoda (better known as Baby).
And apparently I also like to cook food that looks like little Yoda!
Is there a new one? I give you my report on Yoda baby food (so far) .
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First, my delicious recipe for Baby Yoda Avocado Eggs! (Potentially tastier – or at least sweeter – than traditional chicken eggs).
Next are these simple Yoda cookies for the kids! They require a minimum of glazing, and that’s never bad.
Well, the next two are not technically Baby Yoda products, but they are inspired by the Mandalorian! So I think they should get an honourable mention.
This Mando pumpkin pie is perfect for Autumn and Thanksgiving – and I promise it will look hard! I have a design that will make this dessert easy for you and impressive for your guests.
The last honourable mention (technically not a Baby Yoda recipe) refers to these Banthak biscuits baked with chocolate cream and peanut butter! Drink a glass of bantam milk and it’s the perfect tattoo snack.
As you can see, I have been very busy preparing Baby Yoda and Mandalorian treats that I can enjoy watching (and reviewing) new and old episodes of The Mandalorian at Disney+.
And this week was no exception. I’ll give you another meal in the shape of little Yoda, he makes everything cute.
This is my recipe for parties and meetings like (well, when we were allowed to meet as a group….). I’ve been longing for it lately, so it was the perfect recipe and snack for our new episode of Mandalorian chant!
Star Wars Inspired Yoda Spinach and Artichoke Bites for Children: Mandalone
This is what you need:
- A 14-ounce pot with quail coloured artichoke hearts, dried and cut into small pieces.
- 10 ounces of frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained.
- 8 ounces cream cheese, softened
- 1 teaspoon garlic
- 1/2 hour garlic salt
- 4 tablespoons parmesan cheese.
- 1 1/2 cm grated mozzarella cheese
- 2 tins of chilled croissant shaped bread dough
- Cooking spray
- Cupcake casserole
This recipe makes about 12 servings.
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
Now start making the stuffing. Put in the middle bowl soft cream cheese, Parmesan cheese, garlic, garlic salt, 3/4 cm ground mozzarella (the other half will be used later) and a few pepper mills to taste. Mix the ingredients together.
Thaw the frozen spinach bag, drain the excess liquid and place it in the bowl.
Drain the artichokes and cut them into small pieces. Add to bowl and stir.
Then unroll the cooled sickles on the cutting edge.
Cut the dough into small squares so you get four of half of the dough.
Lubricate the cupcake baking tray by spraying a lot as you do in the cupcake holes and on the baking tray – it’s so important!
Place one of the small squares of dough in the cupcake hole. Cut out two small, thin triangles from the excess dough and place them on either side of the Baby Yoda ear holes. (It is best to keep your ears thin, because this dough will expand and develop during cooking)!
If extra dough sticks over the edges, just push it into the cupcake hole to get a clean shape.
Fill each bite of Yoda with a few spoons of spinach mix and a little on the ears. On every bite of Yoda with the rest of the chopped mozzarella cheese.
Bake for 15-17 minutes or until golden brown.
Let the spinach bites cool down for a few minutes, but take them out of the cupcake tin and put them in the fridge while they are still hot! This is very important, because unfortunately I haven’t done it in the past and the bites stick to the pan.
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