TIE Fighter Chips

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Yesterday, we witnessed the creation of a delicious Death Star. The journey to a galaxy far, far away continues with TIE Fighter Chips!


The TIE fighters wings are made from whole wheat Triscuts - though there seemed to be several octogon shaped options in the cracker aisle, so really whatever you prefer will work.


Triangle shaped crackers can also be used to represent the more modern Imperial designs - like the ship that's flown by Kylo Ren.


The centers of the ships can be any sort of block cheese you like. I used pepperjack and sharp cheddar and cut the cheese blocks into smaller cubes. If you can find pre-cut cheese cubes, those work just as well too.


So far, we've had a very successful Star Wars themed week - and there are even more Star Wars recipes on the horizon, so stay tuned!

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TIE Fighter Chips

  • Number of Servings: 24
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
TIE Fighter Chips

Ingredients

  • 1 box crackers (triangle, sexagon or octogon shapes)
  • 2 blocks sharp cheddar cheese (or precut cheddar cubes)
  • 2 blocks pepperjack cheese (or precut pepperjack cubes)
  • 8 oz cream cheese, room temperature

Mouth Feel

Salty
Savory
Sour
Bitter
Sweet
Spicy

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Instructions

  1. Cut the cheese blocks into 1x1" cubes. Spread a tiny bit of cream cheese onto the side of a cracker to act as "glue" then press a cheese cube gently onto the cream cheese. Repeat with a second cracker on top. Chill for 10 minutes then serve right away to avoid soggy crackers. May the Force be with you!
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