There’s lots to love about Halloween, but costumes might just be our favorite part. Halloween gives you license to assume any form, even the form of your most terrifying enemy: gluten!
There are so many ways to put together a gluten-free (but gluten-full!) Halloween costume, depending how much time you have or how crafty you are! We’ve collected a few of our favorite food-themed Halloween costumes from around the web, plenty of choices for you, your children, and even your pets.
Of course, this is just the beginning, there is a flood of ideas out there for creative costumes. And any of these cute costumes could be turned scary with the help of a little fake blood or some make-up “sutures” – gluten-zombie, anybody?
This is a particularly frightening costume, with it’s toothsome
grimace. Full instructions, along with a video of the costume in
action, are available from Indy Mogul on Instructables.
It doesn’t matter what age you are. Halloween can be fun!
Isn’t this a really adorable little cupcake? Images and
directions are available on Coolest Homemade Costumes.
Oreos, definitely a favorite treat for some. But you can tame
your nightmare! More pictures and a few remarks about how
the costume was made are available on Project Denneler.
Or how about this doughnut costume? Full directions,
along with several pictures, are available on Studio DIY.
Bread doesn’t make you quake in your boots?
How about egg??? It’s a deviled egg. Get it?
The costume was created by Flickr user txkimmers.
You can even get your pooch into the act!
This costumed wonder pooch was found on
Blog of Serendipity, and is just such an easy costume to make.
How about a spaghetti monster costume?
The costume itself is self-explanatory and was created
using several skeins of noodle and meatball colored yarn.
Rosa N, who created the costume, has pictures and some directions available.
Isn’t this S’more Costume wonderful? A family costume can
be so much fun, to make and to wear! Full directions, along with
progress and finished costume pictures, can be found on Cheerios and Lattes.