You can buy Baby Yoda’s blue macarons from ‘The Mandalorian’ for $49

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The macarons are officially called ‘Nevarro Nummies.’ Disney Media Distribution
  • You can now buy the macarons Baby Yoda steals from a classmate in chapter 12 of “The Mandalorian.”
  • Williams Sonoma is selling a pack of 12 “Nevarro Nummies” for $US49, although postage and packaging will raise that price to around $US60.
  • Williams Sonoma’s product description reads: “For authentic galactic flavour, each exquisite treat is artfully hand-piped with a rich, creamy vanilla filling.”
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You can now buy the macarons that Baby Yoda eats in chapter 12 of “The Mandalorian,” but you’ll have to pay $US50 to dine like the child.

In the episode, titled “The Siege,” Baby Yoda is left in school while Mando, Greef Karga, Cara Dune, and Mythrol head to an Imperial base to take care of some business. While there, Baby Yoda sees another child eating a space snack — and they look a lot like teal macarons of some description.

The Child uses his force powers to steal the treats while his classmate isn’t looking.

Well, you can now buy the same treats yourself.

Williams Sonoma is selling the macarons, which are officially called Nevarro Nummies, for $US49 for 12. You’ll have to pay for post and packaging, too, so the price will be closer to $US60 altogether.

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Williams Sonoma sell a pack of 12 ‘Nevarro Nummies’ for $US49. Williams Sonoma

The Williams Sonoma product description reads: “Inspired by a sweet moment when a young Nevarro student debated sharing his treats with the Child, 21st-century artisans in California have created these ethereal French-style almond macarons capturing the essence of this scene with Nevarro Nummies┢. For authentic galactic flavour, each exquisite treat is artfully hand-piped with a rich, creamy vanilla filling.”

However, Baby Yoda did end up throwing the macarons back up when aboard Mando’s Razor Crest, so make sure you don’t devour all 12 of the highly-expensive sweet treats at once.

Williams Sonoma also states that “this is a made-to-order item and cannot be returned,” so you better be pretty certain you want to spend this amount of money on these “Star Wars” macarons before placing your order.

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Williams Sonoma’s Baby Yoda iced cookie. Williams Sonoma

If you don’t want to spend that much, however, but still want a Mando-inspired snack, Williams Sonoma also offers a Baby Yoda iced cookie — one for $US9.95.

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