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Halloween Costumes for the Foodie in All of Us

Halloween is upon us and I don’t know about you, but I haven’t chosen a costume yet. In the true spirit of Baked Magazine, we’re coming at you again with some easy and awesome food inspired costumes.  Here are Foodie Costumes Part Two!

1. Spice Girls (This one is for the ladies, but guys, if you’re feeling it, be my guest!)

Not only is this costume food inspired, but it’s also a pun, and who doesn’t like puns? Get a group of five of your friends together and each of you pick a spice: cinnamon, nutmeg, paprika, etc. Next, dress as a spice jar – when I used this costume idea, we modeled our costumes as McCormick spices. Wear black and with fabric paint write your spice name on your shirt, dress, or whatever you choose to wear. Then wear a red hat (my group chose berets) and tie a red ribbon around your neck that says McCormick, for example, or whichever spice company you choose. Personalize your costume any way you like, but your foundation for “Spice Girls” is all set.


2. Krispy Kreme Donut and Krispy Kreme Baker

Have one friend wear a white shirt and speckle with different colored  fabric markers as sprinkles. You could even buy a pool inner tube and paint it as whatever color you want your donut to be. Make a shirt for the baker that has the Krispy Kreme logo and get a Krispy Kreme donut box from a local store that sells them. If you can’t find a Krispy Kreme box, you can make easily make one too. Maybe throw on an apron, and your donut/baker duo is good to go!



3.    Deviled Egg

Decorate a white shirt as a half of an egg (draw a yellow yolk in the center) and wear white bottoms, as well. Throw on some devil horns, a devil tail, maybe a devil staff and you are a deviled egg, my friend.



Try out these costumes this halloween, and you’ll be sure to impress all of your foodie friends!

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About Baked Magazine

Baked is Syracuse University’s student-run food magazine. Founded in 2011, Baked aims to widen food options for SU students by introducing kitchen amateurs to cooking, highlighting local businesses and eateries, and connecting readers to the greater Syracuse food community. It publishes one issue each semester.

One comment on “Halloween Costumes for the Foodie in All of Us

  1. Teresa Sabga

    LOL at Spice Girls!

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