REVIEW: Queen Amidala Chocolate Piñata, Ahsoka Pop, and Millennium Falcon Pop at Disney Springs

The Ganachery is celebrating Star Wars Day with the new Queen Amidala Chocolate Piñata, plus the Ahsoka Pop and Millennium Falcon Pop.

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The Millennium Falcon Pop was already available.

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The other two treats are available through May 31.

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Queen Amidala Chocolate Piñata – $35

Dark chocolate piñata filled with ruby chocolate and raspberry bark (Available May 1 through 31) 

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This has a fun presentation familiar to fans of The Ganachery. It comes in a plastic dome to keep in tact while you carry it off to eat.

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They give you a mallet for the task of breaking the piñata, and even a cooling pack for the bag so your chocolate doesn’t melt immediately.

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The piñata looks gorgeous, decorated to resemble Queen Amidala’s iconic headdress, hair, and makeup from “Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.”

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We almost hate to break it.

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It took several sturdy whacks to get it open, but once open it’s filled with more chocolate. The chocolate is delicious, as always,

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Bring a band of Rebels to help you before it melts, though. This is a lot of chocolate!

Ahsoka Pop – $7.50

Plant-based coconut and blueberry swirl pop enrobed in dark chocolate (Available May 1 through 31)

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The Ahsoka pop is decorated with her face markings.

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It’s a delicious and simple treat, proving The Ganachery never disappoints.

Millennium Falcon Pop – $7

Milk chocolate pop with crisp pearls

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The chocolate is expertly prepared and the candy pearls on the back of the Millennium Falcon pop give it a nice crunch.

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Careful, or you will devour this one in 12 parsecs.

Which “Star Wars” item from The Ganachery do you want to eat? Let us know in the comments.

May the 4th

May 4 is considered Star Wars Day because “May the 4th” sounds like “May the Force (be with you).” It’s celebrated annually by “Star Wars” fans and now Disney and Lucasfilm. At Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, it’s called Black Spire Day, honoring the founding of the Batuu outpost.

This year’s May the 4th collection was released on shopDisney in April and is now available at Disney’s Hollywood StudiosNew Black Spire Outpost tees were also released.

new Dok-Ondar action figure will be available on shopDisney, too. A new Sith wayfinder and Cal Kestis lightsaber hilt were released at Dok-Ondar’s today. A light-up acid spitter orb sipper is available at Ronto Roasters and Docking Bay 7. New Legacy Lightsaber hilts will arrive at Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge throughout the month of May.

Check out the full list of May the 4th food and beverage offerings at Walt Disney World Resort. Read our review of the Wookiee Cookie and Darth Vader Cupcake.

Carrie Fisher will receive a posthumous star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame on Star Wars Day this year.

“Star Wars: Visions” volume 2 and “Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures” will premiere on Disney+ on May the 4th.

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