Baby Yoda-Shaped Cheesy Tater Tots Are Now In Stores

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If you’re missing the streaming adventures of Din Djarin and his little green sidekick Grogu, still known in the public’s imagination as “Baby Yoda,” there’s good news for your kitchen table.

Farm Rich has released a new frozen product designed to please the palates of “Star Wars” fans: The Mandalorian-Inspired Cheesy Potato Tots are now available.

The Farm Rich food features real cheddar cheese, potatoes and a whole grain-rich coating in its child-friendly snack, which looks like Grogu’s head. The cheesy tater tots became available in May in the freezer aisle at Walmart, and online. They’re priced around $5.99 for a 15-ounce carton, although they currently cost $4.98 on Walmart’s website.

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Of course, if “Star Wars” isn’t your family’s jam, Farm Rich has another cheesy, breaded Disney-related food for your consideration. Disney “Frozen 2” Mac and Cheese Bites are shaped like Elsa’s snowflake and an “enchanted forest leaf.”

These snacks are made with 100% cheddar cheese and macaroni pasta in a whole grain-rich coating. Like the Grogu-shaped tater tots, the mac and cheese bites are available now and are priced around $5.99 for a 15-ounce carton ($4.98 at Walmart).

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Farm Rich has been known to release other fun foods, like their Mickey Mouse & Friends Frozen Mozzarella Shapes last year. At the moment their available lineup also includes mozzarella bites, breaded cheese curds, crispy dill pickles and meatballs.

If you’re all about the Baby Yoda trend, though, you have plenty of options available to show your fan love. From plush “The Child” toys at Build-A-Bear to The Child Chia Pet, this Force-sensitive infant is everywhere. You can even order a Baby Yoda Frappuccino from Starbucks’ secret menu, a matcha green tea and caramel concoction that’s sure to cool you down this summer.

If you miss seeing the little Jedi’s face and his “magic hand thing” on screen, you’ll have to wait some time before you can see it again. “The Mandalorian” doesn’t start production on its third season until 2022, after “The Book of Boba Fett” runs on Disney+ starting this December, creator Jon Favreau told “Good Morning America.”

And when the show returns, of course, there’s no knowing if Grogu will even appear, thanks to the stunning events at the end of the second season. Don’t remember what those were? You may wish to go back and review the TV series again — and have a plate of Farm Rich potato tots while you’re watching!