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R2-D2 Cookie Jar: Chocolate Chips and Microchips

by Paul Strauss

There’s one thing you can say about R2-D2. He’s fiercely loyal, and will always do what’s needed to protect your stuff. So why wouldn’t he be the perfect guardian of your precious Tollhouse cookies?

I was just minding my own business (shopping online) this morning when I came across this great R2-D2 cookie jar. The hand-painted ceramic R2 stands about 12-inches tall and flips his lid, letting you put all your tasty baked morsels inside the little droid.

Now go figure that there’s a warning on the product page that reads: “The Star Wars Collectible Cookie Jars are intended for decorative and collectible purposes only. They are not intended to hold cookies or any kind of food item.” I don’t know about you guys, but I think I’ll take my chances on contracting lead poisoning if I can keep my cookies in R2’s head.

Cookiehead R2-D2 can be found over on Amazon for $39.99.

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Comments (2):

  1. Ravynne says:

    Hee hee. My mother actually has an old one from 1980 that sits upright. It’s ceramic and yep, the head comes off, and it has a rigid plastic liner insert inside. It’s wonderful to see sitting in her kitchen in a place of honour – she even puts a santa hat on it at holiday time.

  2. Marcus says:

    Nice! I wonder if you can find one of these in Germany somewhere.

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