Make your face the face of your favorite foods with these costumes.

By Charlie Heller
Updated October 17, 2017
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Can't decide on a Halloween costume? Why not go as one of your favorite (or least favorite) food mascots? Straddling the line between lovable and "weirder and weirder the more you think about it," the world of food mascots includes everything from a bunny burglar, to a very intense-looking fast food king, to the real-life relatives of restaurant chain founders.

If you don't have time to cook up your own duds, don't worry: Food & Wine has rounded up all the food mascot costumes you can buy. Unfortunately, there is somehow no good Mr. Peanut costume out there, but otherwise, you should be covered.

Toucan Sam Costume

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Follow your nose, wherever it goes, towards this costume recreation of the bird that's graced Fruit Loops boxes since 1963.

Toucan Sam Costume, $50 on

Lucky Charms Leprechaun Costume

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They'll always be after your Lucky Charms once you don the jacket, pants, scarf, shirt, hat, and shoe covers included here.

Lucky Charms Leprechaun Costume, $51 on

Trix Rabbit Child Costume

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While they shouldn't steal any candy, kids can look like the Trix-thieving Trix rabbit in this child-sized outfit.

Trix Rabbit Child Costume, $25 on

Wendy's Wig

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Dress up as one of the few food mascots to be based on an actual human, Wendy's founder Dave Thomas' daughter Wendy, with this signature red wig (though you'll need the clothing to go full Wendy).

Wendy's Wig, $25 on

Kool-Aid Guy Costume

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Oh yeah—for whatever reason, this may not be labeled quite right (he's the Kool-Aid Man), but this costume certainly looks the part.

Kool-Aid Guy Costume, $31 on

Colonel Sanders Suit

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Another one of those rare human and real person-based mascots, though the actual Colonel Sanders was probably stranger than his fictionalized counterpart.

Colonel Sanders Suit, $54 on

Chester Cheetah Costume

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It is indeed dangerously cheesy to put this incredibly well-made Chester Cheetah costume on, but like Cheetos themselves, you may find the risk worth it.

Chester Cheetah Costume, $350 on

Mr. Owl Costume

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How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? Now you can fail to answer just like the animated Mr. Owl!

Mr. Owl Costume, $50 on

Keebler Elf Costume

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Enjoy the candy-filled holiday as a cookie-creating elf, specifically Erner J. Keebler, complete with a giant Keebler Fudge Stripe in hand.

Keebler Elf Costume, $27 on

Hamburger Helper Hand Costume

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While you may still be reeling from the recent revelation of how the Hamburger Helper Hand's skeleton is shaped, yours should fit in this one just fine.

Hamburger Helper Hand Costume, $40 on

Tony the Tiger Costume

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This costume is more than good... it's a pretty accurate representation of Frosted Flakes mascot Tony the Tiger!

Tony the Tiger Costume, $96 on

Burger King Mask

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Become The King. The Burger King. Take the mask and crown. Rule over burgers forever. Or for Halloween at least.

Burger King Mask, $13 on

Adult Yellow Clown Costume

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While not technically a food mascot, this "adult yellow clown costume" bears a resemblance to a certain famous clown, and it's not Pennywise.

Adult Yellow Clown Costume, $60 on