Halloween is just around the corner and it's time to start thinking seriously about what or who you want to be. Are you a food lover, but don’t want to dress up as food? Are you obsessed with Food Network stars or Michelin-approved chefs?Then these masks are for you! Choose one of the celebrity chefs on our list for your Halloween costume and enhance your costume with something that the chef might cook.
Celebrity chefs are so fun to dress up as because people will recognize you, but you won’t have to worry about someone having the same costume as you. Whether it’s Julia Child or the pizza rat, we have the most hysterical 2015 food masks. Be sure to do your research, so every little detail can help show your friends what famous culinary hero you’re impersonating this Halloween. You can also turn any of these costumes into a family affair and dress everyone up as a separate food star. Some of these food celebrities are spooky in their own right, but add in a butcher knife or a cast-iron pan and your Halloween costume will freak everyone out.
Put on a white chef's jacket to impersonate this Italian chef from Modena. This year, Bottura's Osteria Francescana was ranked S. Pellegrino's the second-best restaurant in the world — and of course he has three Michlin stars — so you know he's high on our list. Go to your Halloween party with some spooky mummy meatballs to perfect this look.
With his multiple television shows and more than 20 cookbooks, Jamie Oliver makes a great subject for a Halloween impersonation. Polish your English accent, put on a flannel, and wear a television-star smile behind your mask to be a convincing Jamie.
Dress up as this famous food television host to celebrate your love for his shows, like Adam Richman’s Best Sandwich in America and Man Finds Food. Make up some of your own favorite sandwiches to enhance this costume. Dress in your best suit and tie to impersonate this celebrity.
To dress as this iconic food celebrity, the number-one entry in The Daily Meal Hall of Fame, don a curly wig, buttoned down blouse, and long apron. Serve up something from her famous cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking, to impress all of your friends at your Halloween party.
This Food Network star, known for her show Barefoot Contessa, makes for an easy, quick costume this Halloween. Put on some pearl earrings and a scarf to complete Ina’s look. Use your fun facts about Ina Garten to impress your friends this Halloween, and have them dress up as other Food Network stars to make this into a group costume! How easy Is that?
This television show host and chef is well-known for his decade-and-a-half as a Food Network star, which makes him a great choice for a Halloween costume. Sport a bomber jacket and carefully coiffed hair and jingle some car keys if your favorite show is The Great Food Truck Race. Throw a food truck-themed Halloween party, where all of your guests bring food inspired by their favorite mobile eateries.
Rick Bayless, known for his show, Mexico: One Plate at a Time, inspires great food to go with his visage. Bring quesadillas or nachos to your Halloween host to celebrate this celebrity’s Mexican cooking. Be sure to dress in your white chef’s jacket to let everyone know who you are.