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Easy Star Wars Stormtrooper Snacks

Star Wars fans will love these easy Star Wars Stormtrooper snacks! You just need 2 ingredients and an edible marker to create this fun treat!

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I am re-sharing this fun treat from 2015 in honor of May 4th (as in, May the Fourth be with you!) and also because Disney+ is sharing the final Star Wars movie today!

We might even be having a little Star Wars themed shindig at my house today. Let me know if you are, too!

Easy to make Star Wars Stormtrooper Pretzel Snacks
It’s my son’s 7th birthday!

AND he’s having a LEGO Star Wars birthday party.

So obviously we need a cute and tasty treat to serve our guests.

And nothing screams Star Wars like these Stormtrooper treats!

They will be a fun, personalized addition to our Star Wars themed party food table.

I am sharing these super easy to make Stormtrooper Pretzel Snacks!

These are going to be really fun to serve up at our Star Wars birthday party next weekend.

Check out my quick 2-minute video that shows you just how to make them and grab the recipe in more detail below.


Yield: 4 dozen

Easy Star Wars Stormtrooper Snacks

Easy to make Star Wars Stormtrooper Pretzel Snacks

These Stormtrooper pretzel snack will be a big hit with Star Wars fans!

Prep Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes


  • White melting chocolate
  • Small hard pretzels
  • Black edible marker


  1. Melt a handful of chocolates in a microwave safe bowl by heating for 30 seconds at a time until melted.
  2. Dip pretzels in chocolate and place on a wax paper-covered baking sheet.
  3. With a small spoon, fill in the holes of the pretzel with more melted chocolate and cover the top of the pretzel as well.
  4. Place the cookie sheet in the refrigerator for 10 minutes to allow chocolate to harden.
  5. Once chocolate is hard, draw stormtrooper face on pretzels with edible marker.
  6. Serve immediately or seal in a plastic bag and place in the refrigerator for up to a week.

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Easy to make Star Wars Stormtrooper Pretzel Snacks
These are so easy to make, you guys!!

And pretty yummy to eat (I did sneak a couple).

I can’t wait to serve them at our Star Wars birthday party!

My little guys already loves them.

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Wednesday 3rd of October 2018

This right here is a reason that i’m glad that the internet was invented! I’d never heard of bark until last christmas, but this has all of my favourite things, i must make it this year!!!

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Monday 19th of March 2018

Good information. Lucky me I discovered your website by chance (stumbleupon). I have book-marked it for later!


Friday 22nd of September 2017

Not sure if it's the brand of melting chocolate Inised or what but I couldn't get them to be smooth. Any suggestions? We're in Hawaii so it's hard to find ANYTHING here!!

Michele McDonald

Saturday 23rd of September 2017

I have found the adding the TINIEST bit of cooking oil to to the melted chocolate can smooth it out if you are having issues with it. I was afraid it would effect the taste, but it does not. :)

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Tuesday 13th of September 2016

I tried this but the edible marker stopped working after a few lines because the melted chocolate keeps rubbing off, even after being chilled. Suggestions?

Michele McDonald

Wednesday 14th of September 2016

The chocolate definitely needs to be as cold as possible to work. Keep a paper towel handy to dab off any condensation that builds up on the chocolate as it warms. Also, try wiping the marker on the paper towel periodically to keep the ink flowing well.

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