Dress up Your Baby as Your Favorite Foods! 11 Adorable Food Inspired Baby Costumes

Babies look adorable in almost everything, but these costumes take the cake

Dress Your Babies Up This Halloween as Food!

Whether you’re a food blogger, critic, chef, or just a lover of all things culinary, these baby costumes are the perfect way to show the world your love of food this Halloween. Looking for more options? We have plenty of scrumptious food costume ideas for kids. 

Candy Corn Classic

This classic Halloween candy comes alive with a fuzzy, cute costume for babies. It’s easy to make with a yellow and orange base complete with a white top. Dress the family up as all different types of Halloween candy to complete this costume. Want more candy corn inspiration? Check out other ways to use candy corn, like candy corn whoopie pies

Doughnut with Sprinkles

Get creative by making your baby into a little, chocolate glazed Munchkin! This is a fun, DIY costume that isn’t too restricting. Making some cream-filled doughnuts could be a sweet treat to add to this costume. Family fun could be dressing up as Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts coffee cups to match! 

Gobble up This Turkey

What is more precious than seeing your newborn as the stuffing for your turkey? The best part about this costume is that in a month you can use it for Thanksgiving alongside your roasting turkey

Hot Dog in Stand

Can you think of a cuter way to keep your baby in a stroller than to have them bundled up like a hot dog? This easy makeover to your stroller can be complete with real drinks and food, so your favorite snacks will be with you all night

Ketchup Cutie

Good luck ketching up to this crawler! This cute Ketchup packet would look perfect with Dad as a hot dog and Mom as fries. Even more fun, use this Ketchup packet to inspire your cooking. 

Pea in a Pod

A pea has to be one of the cutest ideas for a newborn. Melissa Joan Hart dressed her son up as a pea in a pod for his first Halloween in 2012. Whip up some warm sweet pea soup to accompany your sweet pea on any chilly October night. 

Ice Cream Sandwich

Not quite a baby, but this DIY costume could work for a child of all ages. Your child sandwiched between two yummy cookies is perfect for any food lover. Get inspired and snack on your favorite ice cream sandwiches to go with the costume. This hysterical costume is sure to be a hit and can combine with a mom dressed as a cone or a dad dressed up as a milkshake.

Red Lobster

If you’re from the Northeast, this is a great way for your baby to represent a local favorite. Maybe Mom could be a lobster trap and Dad could be a lobsterman. Enjoy one of America’s best lobster rolls to get you in the spirit. 

Spaghetti and Meatballs

What is more fun than dressing a baby up as delicious spaghetti and meatballs? With a little yarn and a bowl, it’s easy to create this Italian masterpiece. Pairing your spaghetti baby with a cannoli and a pizza man makes this family costume complete. 

Tiny Taco

Who doesn’t love a good taco? This DIY costume is perfect for a baby who loves to crawl around. With some tissue paper for lettuce and some fabric for your taco, you can easily make this costume. A nice Mexican-inspired family costume could be dressing up as a Mariachi band to go with your taco! 

Tootsie Roll

Wrapping a baby up in this Tootsie Roll costume is an easy way to keep them bundled up and comfy in a stroller. Buying a costume like this is a great option if you don’t have time for a DIY costume! You can even make homemade Tootsie Rolls to give out to your trick-or-treaters.