Halloween Candy: Star Wars Style Beth Snyder October 4, 2014 Halloween is coming up quicker than you think, especially if you’re planning to rent a costume or have to order anything to accomplish your goal. Me, I’m working as always so I won’t be home to pass out candy (I do, however, get to wear a costume and I’ve got a really fun one already made), but for those of you who will be there for the little ghouls and goblins you will want to be sure you have enough treats on-hand to prevent any tricks being played on you. We always used to put candy in a huge plastic pumpkin, but then I saw these. Even though I’m almost never home, I still may need to buy a set purely for my own amusement. First, as you can see, we have a Darth Vader candy bowl. I’m pretty sure you’ll need to fill it with dark chocolate, or perhaps cookies (they do still have cookies on the dark side, right?). You can pick one up for about $27.00 US. Source: Geek Alerts Darth needs a pal to help him hand out candy, right? Seems like a Stormtrooper is a darn fine choice to me. He’s rather more cute than scary, but then that works… you don’t want to scare them off. Or do you? If the little urchins are afraid of your candy bowls and won’t take anything out of them, then there’s more for you. It’s a thought. This one runs about $33.00 US. Source: Geek Alerts What’s that? You don’t want only evil handing out candy at your house? Well then, how about Yoda? Sure, he’s a little intimidating, but he is on the side of good rather than evil. I’ve always thought he was kind of cute, and in candy bowl holder form he’s even moreso. And he’s relatively cheap! Yoda can be yours for just $21.00 US. Source: Geek Alerts I’m pretty sure this Jawa thought the candy in his bowl was actually robot parts, and he stole them. Or maybe he’s just holding a bowl of water from the moisture farmers? Either way, he’s a welcome addition to the collection. His cost is $33.00 US. Source: Geek Alerts Each one of these candy bowl holders comes with the bowl (although based on consumer reviews the bowls are pretty flimsy and you’d do well to replace them with something else), and each one stands about 21 inches (53 cm) tall. Their backs are all flat, which allows you to stand them against the wall with ease, and they’re made of solid, yet lightweight plastic foam. I also heard a rumor there is a Boba Fett ($23.00 US) and Darth Maul ($35.00 US) to round out the Star Wars candy bowl collection. Share This With The World!