Satisfy Your Cravings With 25 Food Halloween Costumes
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Satisfy Your Cravings With 25 Food Halloween Costumes

Halloween is the change to embody that which you hold nearest and dearest, whether that’s Taylor Swift’s #squadgoals with the most epic group costume ever, your cat, the ’90s or your favorite meal. If you’re a serious foodie (or you just love chowing down on Halloween candy once a year), you can’t go wrong dressing up as a yummy treat. From trendy superfood to sugary treats, here are 25 deliciously easy food-related costumes that are sure to make you — and your baby and your dog — the toast of the night.

1. Sriracha and Taco: While you wait for the long-anticipated taco emoji, at least you can dress up your little one like your favorite meal. (via Brit + Co)

2. Cotton Candy: Get on a sugar high with this pretty pink pouf. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to live in a cloud, here is your answer: pretty freaking awesome. (via Aww, Sam)

3. Gumball Machine: Pick up a bag of colorful ping pong balls and pull out that glue gun. If you get lucky enough to find the perfect red skirt and belt at a thrift store, this costume costs almost nothing. (via Studio DIY)

4. Hawaiian Punch: You can’t go wrong with a bit of punnery on Halloween. Hawaiian… punch! Get it? Yeah, it’s pretty clever. (via Brit + Co)

5. Birthday Cake: It doesn’t have to be your birthday for you to wear this sugary costume. Foam hoops form the base, and there is zero sewing involved. (via The Effortless Chic)

6. Popcorn Costume: Glue or tape red stripes to a white dress and add some yellow balloons for a quick and easy costume that will get you major compliments. (via Aww, Sam)

7. Fruit Salad: Get your squad together for some fruity goodness. Mix it all together or go as a solo strawberry — you can’t go wrong with these colorful costumes. (via Brit + Co)

8. Three Tiered Cake: Have your cake, but don’t eat this paper one. Pick your favorite flavor and decorate it with streamers and paper. Or just rock that headband and go as sexy cake. (via Aww, Sam)

9. Fro Yo: The hardest part about this costume will be deciding on the must-have toppings. Gummy bears, sprinkles, or animal crackers? All of the above, obviously. (via Studio DIY)

10. Cop and Donut: Whoever said babies aren’t accessories hasn’t seen this adorable costume. Seriously. Don’t you just want to nibble that cute little donut? (via Brit + Co)

11. Baby Cotton Candy: It’s going to be hard to resist cuddling up to this fluffy cloud of cuteness. Let’s just hope they leave the hat on long enough for you to get in a mini photo shoot. (via Style Me Pretty)

12. Gumball Machine: Do baby bumps get any sweeter? A nice round tummy is practically a required accessory for this costume. (via Brit + Co)

13. Upside Down Ice Cream: If you’d rather go the temporary route with your costume, this one is a winner. Grab some double-sided tape and stick big sprinkles all over your fluffiest dress, then top the whole thing off with a cone hat. (via Treasures and Travels)

14. Fruit Slice Umbrella: Remember that fruit salad earlier? If the weather doesn’t look like it’s cooperating on Halloween night, your rain gear doesn’t have to bring your costume game down. (via Studio DIY)

15. Usher and Popcorn: Yep, that is actual popcorn hot glued to that cute little hat. Ah, the power of the glue gun. (via Brit + Co)

16. Cheeseburger: Yeah, that’s right: burgers are the new sexy. (via A Thoughtful Place)

17. Cookie Monster: This costume is a win because you get to carry cookies around as your accessory AND wear a snuggie all night. (via Brit + Co)

18. Captain Kale: Take your obsession with everyone’s favorite superfood to the next level with this very green costume. And who doesn’t want to wear a cape for Halloween? (via The Kitchn)

19. Martini Dog Costume: Get your pooch in on the foodie fun by dressing him up as your favorite drink. You might owe him some dog treats after making him wear that cone all night though. (via Brit + Co)

20. Cookies and Milk: Do you and your S.O. go together like, well, cookies and milk? Stick some cookies onto a neutral dress with sticky tape for a speedy costume DIY. (via Brit + Co)

21. French Baker: Oh la la, this costume is adorable. Lose the traditional white poofy hat and go for French-girl chic. Bonus: You might already have most of these pieces in your closet. (via Emma Magazine)

22. Double Stuffed Oreos: You’ll need your other half to make this costume. Glue black fabric around a hula hoop and then do your best Oreo drawing. Don’t worry, as long as it says “Oreo,” people will get it. (via Aubrey Jo)

23. Donut Dog: Donut let your pooch make you feel guilty for putting them in a costume. This one is perfect if they aren’t a fan of having things on their head. (via Brit + Co)

24. Milkshake: Because your milkshake brings all the boys to the yard. Sorry (not sorry) if that’s stuck in your head now. This is one of those perfect costumes for transitioning from work to Halloween party. (via Studio DIY)

25. Sushi Squad: If you’ve put off your costume until the last minute, this easy DIY is for you and your squad. Just be prepared for late-night sushi cravings later. You’ve been warned. (via Brit + Co)

Which is your favorite food costume? Are you dressing up in something delicious this Halloween? Share your costume ideas in the comments below!