Your wallet awakens: 5 great gifts for hungry Star Wars fans


Star Wars ice cream
Brooklyn's Ample Hills creamery is making two flavors: The Light Side (marshmallow ice cream with homemade crispie clusters and "a smattering of handmade cocoa crispies to represent the dark side still lurking within the light"); and the Dark Side (ultra-dark chocolate ice cream with espresso fudge brownies, cocoa crispies and white chocolate pearls "to represent the light still hiding in the dark, waiting to burst through").
4-pack (two pints of each flavor), $36

The Star Wars Cookbook
Who could resist Greedo's Burritos, Boba Fett-ucine, Tusken Raider Taters or Wookiee cookies (cookiees?)
Used copies available on Amazon from $6.82 up

Darth Vader toaster
"I find your lack of jam disturbing."
ThinkGeek, $49.99

Light-up Star Wars Chop Sabers
As Qui-Gon Jinn said, there's always a bigger fish. Handle it with these nifty eating utensils (they come in Luke blue or Vader red).
ThinkGeek, $14.99

Death Star ice molds
You may have "a very bad feeling about this," but as long as you keep Red Five away from your cocktail, it ought to be OK.
Kotobukiya, available at Newegg for $9.95 but shop around

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