This article incorporates spoilers for Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2
It’s solely potential that these blue macarons Baby Yoda flagrantly stole and porked his method via in The Mandalorian Season 2’s New Hope-y fourth episode tasted higher popping out than they did moving into, as showrunner Jon Favreau has revealed that they really “didn’t actually have a lot taste.”
Favreau popped up on the ever-popular YouTube collection Binging With Babish this week in an installment the place host Andrew Rea, aka Oliver Babish, tried to recreate the blue snacks, with objectively dodgy outcomes. The Iron Man director defined to Babish how the lovable little macarons entered Star Wars canon, and our hearts, earlier than changing into a river of blue sick that extra precisely mirrored the foodstuff that impressed them – Luke Skywalker’s favourite Bantha milk drink, usually contemporary from the tit.
“Josh, our prop grasp, got here to us and was asking. ‘What do these cookies appear to be?’ If you have a look at the very finish of the episode, below the credit, we like to incorporate a number of manufacturing artwork,” Favreau defined. “So you may see the primary have a look at what we thought it’d appear to be. We needed it to be blue, as a result of it was like blue milk. And the prop grasp ended up baking macarons for it. But not a full macaron, not the sandwich, identical to one half of the sandwich.”