Star Wars Sandwich Cutters and Tin Lunchbox
If you thought sandwiches with the crusts cut off were fancy, get a load of sandwiches in the form of Star Wars Tie Fighters or the Millenium Falcon. With the help of Star Wars Sandwich Cutters and Tin Lunchbox, you’ll never go dark side of eating square sandwiches in paper bags again.
Made of stainless steel, the sandwich cutters (taller than the average cookie cutter) are ready to make a clean cut through egg-salad, grilled cheese and PB&J sandwiches. The plastic on top of the cutters provides comfortable padding for your hands when you cut out your sandwiches. Notice how the colors of the plastic match those on the retro tin lunchbox? The box also features your favorite characters in classic poses. Use it to store food, the cutters, Star Wars action figures or keepsakes.
If you use the creative force, you could easily stamp out some cookies, pancakes, waffles, tortillas, flatbreads, pizzas, watermelon, tofu, jello and more into Tie Fighters and Millenium Falcons, using the cutters.
Star Wars Sandwich Cutters with Vintage-Style Tin
Transform your Jedi’s favorite sandwiches into high-energy fuel for lunches, snacks and parties with Millennium Falcon and Darth Vader’s TIE fighter sandwich cutters. Created by the Jedi Kitchen Council to celebrate the Rebel Alliance’s victory over the evil Empire, these cutters are fun and easy to use — just press and cut.
- Set of two sandwich cutters- one of each shape.
- Limited-edition vintage style tin.
- Stainless steel and plastic cutters.
- A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
The set of Star Wars Sandwich Cutters and Tin Lunchbox is exclusive to Williams-Sonoma, and just so happens to be on sale for $9.99. If you like the cookies in the above picture, check out our post on the Star Wars Cookie Cutters.
If you’re looking for more funtastic Star Wars food gadgets for your geeked-out kitchen, here are some other suggestions: Light Saber Chopsticks, R2-D2 and Han Solo Carbonite Ice Cube Trays, Lightsaber Popsicles Set and Darth Vader Shaped Lunchbox.