Disney unveils 2024 Star Wars May 4th themed treats and galactic goodies

Apr 15, 2024 in "Star Wars Galaxy's Edge"

Posted: Monday April 15, 2024 2:45pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Walt Disney World Resort is introducing a range of Star Wars May 4th themed food and drink items at Disney's Hollywood Studios this May.

Visitors can look forward to trying new offerings such as the non-alcoholic "Jettison Juice" and the "Mossberry Biscuit," which includes ube and matcha icing. These items will be available at select locations around the park, including ABC Commissary and Dockside Diner, with mobile ordering options to ease access. Additionally, Disney Springs will feature exclusive treats like the "Stormtrooper Petit Cake" at Amorette's Patisserie.

Here is the full 2024 Star Wars May 4th Treet line-up for Walt Disney World.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

ABC Commissary, Backlot Express, PizzeRizzo, and Rosie’s All-American Café

(Available May 4 through 31; mobile order available)
  • Jettison Juice: Minute Maid Lemonade and watermelon served with a glow cube (Non-alcoholic Beverage)

Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

(Available May 4 through 31; mobile order available)

  • Mossberry Biscuit: Biscuit topped with ube and matcha icing, ube micro sponge cake, sprinkles, and dehydrated blueberries (New)

Dockside Diner

(Currently available through May 31; mobile order available)
  • Princess of Alderaan Shake: Salted caramel shake topped with whipped cream, edible glitter, and mini cinnamon rolls

Milk Stand (Available May 4 through 31; mobile order available)

  • Polystarch Puffbread: Croissants topped with blue and green milk craquelin served with yuzu-passion fruit-coconut dipping sauce (New)

Rosie’s All-American Cafe (Available May 4 through 31; mobile order available)

  • Mustafarian Puff: Red cream puff with cookies ‘n cream custard filling topped with chocolate cream cookie crumbs

Oasis Canteen, Sunshine Day Bar, Tune-In Lounge, and The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge

(Available May 4 through 31)

  • Cosmic Rum Punch: Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, Bacardí Superior Rum, pineapple juice, Minute Maid Lemonade, grenadine, and a glow cube
    Lightsaber Churro

Anaheim Produce, Grand Avenue, Market, and Churro Cart

(Available May 4 and 5 at Anaheim Produce, Grand Avenue, and Market, and May 4 through 31 at Churro Cart)

  • Lightsaber Churro with chocolate sauce

Disney Springs

Amorette’s Patisserie

(Available May 1 through 6; mobile order available)

  • Stormtrooper Petit Cake: Layers of chocolate chiffon, vanilla bean mousse, dark chocolate ganache, and cherries (New)

The Ganachery

(Available May 1 through 31)

  • Death Star Ganache Square: Ruby chocolate with 65% dark chocolate (New)
  • Rebellion Ganache Square: White chocolate blended with dragon fruit enrobed in dark 65% chocolate (New)

COMING SOON! to Walt Disney World Resort

Salvaged Stormtrooper Helmet Bucket (New) Limit two per person, per transaction; no discounts apply)

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Sirwalterraleigh26 days ago

…winner

HauntedPirate26 days ago

You may want to hit F5 on that browser window, I think something got stuck. ;)

Sirwalterraleigh26 days ago

I’m still in the queue for the annual passes I hear the crowds have been huge this spring 😱

HauntedPirate26 days ago

Gotta create the perception of huge lines. FOMO then drives people to do stupid things, like spend money on overpriced merchandise that isn't worth their time or money if they are thinking rationally.

Sirwalterraleigh26 days ago

lol…big wait for that stuff? 😂

DCBaker26 days ago

Virtual Queue information for May the 4th merchandise has been added to My Disney Experience.

Sirwalterraleigh27 days ago

Or lack of demand due to diminished product and appeal at higher prices with no value… My apologies… It’s this “too soon” or “too real”? 🤔

Sirwalterraleigh27 days ago

Well the good news is she never screws anything up

MisterPenguin27 days ago

Or they know they have enough staff to handle a bigger crowd...

MagicHappens197127 days ago

Not saying I agree lol I was just adding some details. From a branding perspective I kind of understand why they did it then. But now? No. I feel like when Marvel & Star Wars were first purchased Disney (and the studios) had a different perspective on their assimilation into the brand. It seems as though they wanted them to be identified separately, and that is no longer the case

Tha Realest27 days ago

Why have Jedi Mickey when you can have Vi Moradi wandering around SWGE, often alone and uninterrupted?

MagicHappens197127 days ago

I believe this was a decision steered by Kathleen Kennedy as most of the rules surrounding park appearances are set by Lucasfilm Story Group.

prberk27 days ago

I also remember that Star Wars Weekends had Mickey dressed as Luke and Minnie dressed as Leia, and the others dressed up in Star Wars garb as well; but once Disney bought Star Wars, I remember that an edict went down that that could no longer happen. They wanted the SW characters to remain consistent and not parodied by the Disney characters. Made no sense, but that seemed symbolic of taking the fun out of it, as I think they ultimately did.

HauntedPirate28 days ago

#ThanksBeToBob