Master Baker Leverages The ‘Force’ To Help Create Star Wars-Themed Macarons

Just when we thought macarons couldn’t get any better, this baker went on to turn these delightful confections into our favorite pop culture characters. California-based baker Katrina Moon has been making a name for herself with her adorable treats. Her most striking confectionery creation so far are her Star Wars macarons which feature cute versions of popular Star Wars characters.

Baked goodies in the form of Baby Yoda, Chewbacca, Ewoks and Jawas are a real treat for the eyes. And we’re pretty sure they taste as pleasant as they look. Each cute character is easily recognizable as Moon made sure to include all the vital details on each confection. Baby Yoda, for example, comes in notable brown robe along with its long ears and green skin. Chewbacca, on the other hand, has his iconic bandolier slung from his shoulder. And the Ewok has its signature hood along with its green spear.


This Baker Creates Cute Star Wars Macarons That Are Too Cute To Eat

Each macaron measures 3 inches in height which is the average size of regular macarons. Moon reveals that she uses fondant, royal icing, color dust and gel color for the decorations. She also uses matcha green tea Pocky sticks for the Ewoks’ spears. These popular characters in their chibi versions would surely melt every Star Wars fan’s heart, and make them drool at the same time. But these sweet treats may be too cute to eat. Can you possibly bite Baby Yoda when he’s giving you that innocent smile? We highly doubt that.

Aside from the Star Wars treats, Moon has also created other equally impressive edible pop culture characters. There’s Baymax, Snoopy, Winnie the Pooh, Pikachu, Totoro, Minions and many more.


“Each batch of macarons typically takes me anywhere between seven to 15 hours spread over two to three days. Since I work full time during the day, at night is the only time that I can bake.”, she reveals.

Follow her on Instagram to see her entire portfolio of adorable confections and to keep up to date with her latest creations.