Los Angeles Pastry Chef Makes ‘Star Wars’-Inspired Sweets

This dark chocolate is meant to lure you to the dark side

Darth Vader is fittingly made with dark chocolate.

Star Wars has been taking the world by storm with the trailers and sneak peeks of the new movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens, premiering in theaters on December 18. In anticipation of the movie, a pastry chef in Los Angeles will be selling Star Wars-inspired sweets.

Josh Graves is the pastry chef of Faith & Flower and is making a limited batch of truffles in the shape of iconic Star Wars paraphernalia, including the Death Star, Millennium Falcon, Stormtrooper, and Darth Vader’s helmet.

All items are intricately detailed and take 15 to 20 minutes to make. The Millennium Falcon chocolate in particular takes 16 hours to make and requires a specific mold.

There is a $23 off-menu plate with a candied honeycomb, French macarons, biscotti, Han Solo frozen in carbonite, and a green lightsaber made out of absinthe candy and dipped in chocolate.

The chocolate and candies will be available through December.