While there’s not a lot of craft projects being made in Star Trek, there is a lot of talk pertaining to food. After all, Starfleet officers always need to eat somehow. And most of the time, a ship always has to have a mess hall unless you’re on Deep Space Nine. There, you have Quark’s Bar and Casino which is like Rick’s Cafe Americain in space. That or Mos Eisley Spaceport. Not to mention, there’s probably other places as well with some officers cooking their own food such as Commander Sisko who wouldn’t dare replicate his ingredients. Though spaceships on Star Trek tend to have some food, many would be lost if it weren’t for replication technology. Mess halls also have to account for resident aliens on the ship as well since they might prefer their food prepared differently than what humans are used to. For instance, while Captain Picard might prefer a lobster that’s already been in a pot, Worf would probably want to eat his while it’s still alive. And he might strongly prefer one from his home planet which might seem more menacing than its earth counterpart. This is where replication technology also comes in hand as well. Still, don’t ask me how it works. Nevertheless, outside the Star Trek universe, you have plenty of Trekkies who also have Trek themed parties with Trek themed treats. And this is where I come in. So for your reading pleasure, I give you Star Trek treats from the final frontier.
- Fans of the original series would enjoy these Star Trek cookies.
And it seems to consist of all the main characters. So adorable you’d just want to eat them up.
2. Those who enjoyed “Devil in the Dark” might like this Horta from chocolate crackles.
Yes, it looks disgusting. But it seems way less gross than what you’d see on the original show.
3. Any young Starfleet officer is always going to need what’s in their Star Trek tricorder bento lunch.
Well, a sushi tricorder, some meat balls, and an American cheese Starfleet insignia. Still, that tricorder looks like a work of art.
4. Starfleet jello shots always make great desserts.
Well, for adults 21+ anyway if they contain alcohol. But it consists of colors you’d find on the Starfleet uniforms.
5. These cookies with Starfleet insignia are surely bound to shine.
After all, they’re made from stars and decorated with icing. Kind of clever if you think of it.
6. When it comes to Captain Picard, always bake it so with these cookies.
Oddly, some of the cookies here say, “Bake it so.” Also like the teapots on these, too.
7. This Spock bento lunch is surely the logical choice.
After all, it has a cheese Spock over a sandwich. Still, it’s nutritional content should allow your kid to live long and prosper.
8. These cookies are a must have at any Trekkie’s baby shower.
Yes, I know they’re professionally made. But the sayings on these are so funny.
9. An Enterprise topped cake is great for any party that’s boldly going where no party has gone before.
Like the space motifs on this. Probably made by someone who’s either a professional or has too much time on their hands.
10. This bento gives a nutritious lunch for any young Starfleet cadet in your life.
Well, it’s nutritious all right. Doesn’t hurt that the sandwich is shaped like the Enterprise.
11. No party on the Enterprise could ever be complete without cookies like these.
Since these cookies are of Starfleet officer insignia. Might not be for all alien tastes.
12. No Klingon bash can ever be complete without some Klingon rolls.
Since such bread makes an ideal side dish for a warrior. I’m sure Worf will be pleased.
13. Resistance against this Borg cube cake is futile.
It even lights up. But it’s presented at any Trek themed party, you will be assimilated.
14. Those who like the Doctor from Voyager will surely enjoy this cake of him from his sickbay.
This is especially if your name is Robert Picardo who played the guy. Interestingly enough, the guy initially auditioned for Neelix and add libbed during his audition for the Doctor. However, the Doctor on the show ended up becoming much more popular.
15. At Star Trek parties, it’s not unusual for gingerbread men to be Starfleet security officers.
Because we all know what happens to them on planets in the original series. After all, there’s a reason why a lot of them don’ come back.
16. A cake like this is great for ensuring the Trekkie in your life to live long and prosper.
However, I don’t think the Enterprise topper is edible on this. Still, cool that it lights up if you ask me.
17. On Starfleet, these jello shots seem well suited for any space vessel’s mess hall party.
Only for those 21+ if they contain alcohol. Available in 3 colors. Of course, those who get red shouldn’t beam down to the planet for awhile.
18. Nothing makes a Star Trek party like a Starfleet roll cake.
After all, it’s patterned with Starfleet insignia. What’s not a Trekkie to love?
19. With these Borg cupcakes, you will be assimilated with frosting.
These are clever and adorable. Nevertheless, you don’t say that about the Borg very often since they’re among the most sinister Star Trek villains to date.
20. It’s very apparent that no Klingon could ever resist the taste of a pie from home.
Of course, I’m sure a real Klingon pie would be much more disgusting. However, I think this one is well made with the Klingon logo included.
21. Fans of the original series might enjoy this cake of a communicator.
Funny how that technology from the future is less advanced than my cell phone. Still, this cake bears a very close resemblance.
22. Nothing brings a Trekkie party to life like these cookies of undead captains.
And I guess Captain Picard is holding his own head. Well, at least they got the uniforms right.
23. No Klingon party could ever be worthwhile without a cake like this.
Yes, this is a Klingon cake. Not sure what it’s supposed to look like. Some fans might though.
24. I guess any member of Starfleet celebrates their birthday with this cake.
Seems about right since it has the Starfleet insignia. Probably professionally made though.
25. If you’re a fan of the United Federation of Planets, then this cake’s for you.
This is pretty cool, too. Like how everything’s lined in gold. Probably didn’t come cheap.
26. Grace your Trek party with this cake of the captain on bridge.
This one is from the original series as you see here. But I’m sure any Trekkie would like it.
27. A gingerbread Enterprise is always said to shoot down candy cane laser beams.
Sure it’s not for eating. But you have to admire how this Trekkie pulled this off. Very creative if you ask me.
28. A great Star Trek cake always has to include Captain Kirk and Spock.
After all, these two guys are really best friends. And the art on this isn’t too shabby either.
29. This cake was brought to you by the United Federation of Planets.
And. boy, this cake seems to have a lot of detail. Probably made from some high end bakery in the galaxy.
30. Resistance against this Hello Kitty Borg cake is futile.
Never have I ever seen Borg assimilation look so adorable. That said, this is kind of disturbing.
31. Looks like this Enterprise bridge cake is a bit bare.
Well, this is from Star Trek: Enterprise. But yes, it kind of looks gray if you ask me.
32. Fans of Deep Space Nine can only dream of a cake like this.
From how it’s detail, it’s certainly professionally made. But it looks really cool, too.
33. Trekkies who like making money might enjoy a cake of a Ferengi.
The Ferengi aren’t really good or evil because they only wish to make money. And they don’t care where the cash comes from either.
34. For those holier than thou Trekkies, this is just the cake for you.
Yes, I know this cake might seem sacrilegious to some. But there are plenty of religious people who enjoy Star Trek and might find this awesome. So to each his own.
35. This Janeway cake will surely go well with the Borg cupcakes.
Okay, Janeway might not be the best Star Trek captain. But this cake is quite awesome if you ask me.
36. Red Shirt Oreos are always a hit at any Starfleet bash.
After all, they seem quite easy to make that they’re almost expendable. Get it?
37. Celebrate a young Starfleet officer’s birthday with this uniform cake.
This one is from Next Generation so you don’t have to worry. In fact, many of the main cast from that show wears one and they usually return from the planet.
38. Any Trekkie dessert platter can’t be complete without these cookies.
These include a phaser, Starfleet insignia, Klingon insignia, the Enterprise, and the Vulcan salute. But they all seem well decorated.
39. A Horta loaf always goes well with a Starfleet biscuit.
Not sure what those gray things are. But this dish looks rather edible for some humans.
40. A gingerbread communicator always makes a tasty Trekkie treat.
Unless if you’re a gingerbread Starfleet officer. Then it’s essential for getting in touch with the Enterprise. Just kidding.
41. Remember, it’s always okay to be Takei.
Well, that’s according to this bento. Those who know about George Takei’s sexual orientation will sure get this.
42. Well, these Star Trek cookies seem like they’re happy.
Except good Spock and evil Spock that is. Also includes a couple of redshirts. I wonder why.
43. Seems like something is bursting from this Starfleet cake you don’t see every day.
Guess this is a mashup of Star Trek: TNG and the Alien franchise. Where’s Ellen Ripley when you need her?
44. Your guests will find it hard to not get greedy with these Ferengi ear rolls.
Okay, they may not bear a close resemblance. But I like this dish. So it goes on the post.
45. No Starfleet party dessert platter is complete without these cake pops.
Each one bears the Starfleet insignia. Comes in 6 types.
46. What could Captain Picard do if he didn’t have scones with his Earl Grey tea?
Okay, he might not have scones with his tea. But if he did, these would be perfect.
47. Star Trek cupcakes like these are surely hard to resist.
These also consist of stuff you might find from the original series. Even a green girl and tribble. Adorable.
48. This Trekkie cake is bound to be a chocolate lovers delight.
Since it has chocolate icing, chocolate chips, and M&Ms. And it looks so delicious as well as easy to make.
49. I guess this cake has phasers set to stun.
However, the uniform seems like it’s from The Next Generation. So I’m a little confused.
50. This bento lunch will help any Vulcan kid live long and prosper.
Then again, Vulcans are vegetarians. But this is a great edible Spock tribute if you ask me.
51. Resistance to these Borg jello shots is futile.
The official recipe contains alcohol so it’s for those 21+ only. However, I’m not sure if the Borg would eat these though.
52. Fans of TNG’s “Conspiracy” episode might enjoy a plate of meal worms and parasite bread.
Don’t worry, the meal worms are pasta. However, I do like the breaded crabs though. So creative.
53. For Worf, a dish of Klingon octopus is just the ticket.
Yeah, Klingon food looks like that but more disgusting. After all, Klingons eat their meat live and bloody.
54. Fans of the original series will find sugar cookies like these quite delightful.
Well, these consist of members of the main cast on Enterprise. And they’re so adorable in frosting.
55. For fans of “Amok Time” this is the cake just for you.
Not sure if Kirk and Spock’s fight scene is appropriate cake material. However, I understand that some Trekkies might not care.
56. Grace your Starfleet dessert platter with a quality redshirt cake.
After all, it’s most likely the most expendable Star Trek cake available. As I know what happens to redshirts.
57. Seems like this Enterprise boldly came with more meat than it did before.
I think this is an Enterprise meat sculpture. So unfortunately, it’s not for eating and won’t help you live long and prosper.
58. Nothing makes a better addition to a Trekkie party than a gingerbread enterprise.
Yes, this is another gingerbread Enterprise. But this one is covered in icing while the last one wasn’t.
59. Wish your guests to live long and prosper with this Star Trek cookie platter.
Comes with uniforms, Starfleet insignia, and Spock. And all cookies are covered in icing.
60. Of course, any Trekkie doctor is bound to enjoy this Dr. McCoy cake.
Yes, this is professionally made and some of the decorations aren’t edible. But it’s pretty funny and in the true Dr. McCoy spirit.
61. These Starfleet tarts are certain to make any Enterprise party a hit.
Guess they have 3 different fillings like strawberry, lemon, and blueberry. And are all shaped like Starfleet insignia.
62. Guess this bento carries a phaser lunch set to stun.
Well, it contains a phaser sandwich and stars at least. But that’s beside the point.
63. Andorian fans will definitely want these cupcakes at any party.
And these seem especially easy to decorate since they only require white icing and blue antennae. Not sure if the antennae are edible.
64. I bring a cake of the starship Enterprise boldly going where no cake has gone before.
I guess this cake was meant to display. But it seems someone couldn’t resist to take a bite out of this thing.
65. Wonder where the Enterprise is going on this cake.
I hope it’s to a planet that’s able to support some kind of life. But as far as the original show goes, you’ll never know.
66. Anyone at Starfleet Command will surely approve of these cupcakes.
Because they come in all 3 uniform colors and have chocolate Starfleet insignia. But I like them anyway.
67. These Star Trek pancakes are part of a complete breakfast.
I guess someone spent too much time on these because they sure look like the characters. I don’t know why such dishes even exist.
68. As we all know, these Star Trek gingerbread cookies can’t be beat.
Let me guess, the one in the red shirt isn’t Scotty. How was I to know that?
69. A bento lunch like this is certain to be Starfleet approved.
Well, it consists of stars and the Starfleet insignia. But I think kids will be sure to love this.
70. Fans of Captain James T. Kirk should always have a cake like this.
For we all know that Kirk has rock hard abs. And once he gets in trouble on the planet, the shirt comes off.
71. At any Starfleet party, you can’t resist these cupcakes.
After all, they’re chocolate and have the Starfleet insignia on them. Look so delicious.
72. Fans of TNG will certainly find this Data bento lunch delightful.
Of course, Data will probably won’t eat this because he’s an android. But this is quite cute.
73. I guess this cake seems to come with its own scanner.
This one has to be from TNG due to the uniform style. Then again, I’m not sure what that gadget is.
74. An Enterprise cake like this is sure to make a fine centerpiece at any Starfleet party.
Well, this looks quite intricately decorated. But it took a lot of time on someone’s hands at the bakery.
75. This 3 layer Borg cake is said to be impossible to resist.
Because resistance to this cake is futile. We know since Captain Picard learned the hard way.
76. Klingon fans would be delighted if a dessert platter contained a cake of a Klingon bird of prey.
That is a cake of a Klingon ship. Best to board this with caution since we know what Klingons are like.
77. Guess this bridge cake is from the Next Generation.
And it seems to have more people on the bridge than some of the other bridge cakes. Wonder why that is.
78. Fans of Deep Space Nine might also enjoy a cake of The Defiant.
Well, this kid seems to. Still, I know it’s not a classy ship like the Enterprise. But it doesn’t have to be.
79. Seems like that Star Trek alien dog has a treat of its own, too.
And it seems to bear a rather close resemblance. Still, there weren’t a lot of good special effects during the 1960s. They had to make do with what they had.
80. Let’s see how this Voyager cake stacks against the Borg Cube.
Well, they apparently seem to be the same size. Guess these two cakes were for a big party.
81. In this part of galaxy nobody could resist these tribble bites.
Because these are bound to cause trouble. However, Klingons are known not to like them.
82. A Star Trek cake like this is said to be a Trekkie’s dessert delight.
Contains the Enterprise, the Vulcan salute, and the 3 Starfleet uniform colors. What more can a Trekkie want?
83. These Star Trek cookies are sure to please at any party.
These seem to be based on the original series. Nevertheless, they seem so adorable an almost impossible to resist.
84. When it comes to Star Trek parties, you can’t go wrong with a cake and these cupcakes.
Well, these tend to be more or less inspired by the reboot movies. But at least the cake has Kirk and Spock together.
85. This pull away cupcake cake is brought to you by a bakery in Starfleet.
Yes, I know I have a lot of cakes on this post. But sometimes you have to make do with what you have.
86. Well, at least this cake has a Stardate.
However, I’m not sure what this means. Not sure how they come up with these things in Star Trek.
87. This Enterprise bento will sure make your kid the envy of other Starfleet cadets.
This one also has an Enterprise sandwich as well as stars. But it doesn’t seem as thick as the last one I put on this post.
88. Guess this starship wants to blow up the Borg cube.
However, I’m not sure if that ship will have any success. Because under the Borg, resistance is futile.
89. These gingerbread Star Trek cookies will surely rock any party at Starfleet Command.
Well, these do tend to have a real homey feel to them. And don’t seem to take too much icing.
90. A Star Trek bento like this may wish you to live long and prosper.
After all, it says so on the sandwich with cheese. Still, it’s quite creative.
91. Shoe your love for your favorite Trekkie with this cookie platter.
I guess these cookies are professionally made and are from TNG. Still, they’re quite sweet if you ask me.
92. There are no better chocolates aboard the Enterprise than these candies.
Yes, these are Star Trek chocolates. And yes, some are sure to find them awesome.
93. Seems like this cake really reaches for the stars.
Well, it seems to be the Enterprise surrounded by space, the final frontier. Not sure if the Enterprise is edible on this though.
94. When you can’t get an Enterprise cake, a shuttle one would do just as well.
And this seems like a rather nice cake. However, you don’t really see the shuttles on the show very often since they tend to beam up a lot in the transporter.
95. When it comes to Enterprise cakes, nothing beats homemade.
And it seems like whoever made this, did a very good job. Like the icing detail.
96. A redshirt cupcake is always easy to make.
So easy that they always seem expendable at parties. Of course, I think these might be from Next Generation. But you see what I mean.
97. I guess a cake like this encourages one to boldly go where no man has gone before.
It might be made from a sheet cake, but it’s quite clever. Of course, you know the rest of that sentence.
98. Fans of the Next Generation might enjoy this set of cupcakes.
Well, TNG wasn’t the best Star Trek series. But these cupcaeks are so cute. Like Data with his cat.
99. This set of cookies was made especially for Mr. Sulu.
George Takei received these cookies for his 75th birthday from a bakery. Quite nice of them since I found this on Pinterest.
100. Finally, I’m sure no officers has seen cupcakes like these at Starfleet.
These use buttercream icing by the way. And they’re all in 3 different colors, too.