In the spirit of the blog and eating healthy, we think you should be dress-up as a fruit or vegetable for this Halloween!
Fall is in the air, which means it is time to start thinking about what you will dress up as for this Halloween.
Dress-up toddlers like a fruit or vegetable costume
Here are some great ones, for example:
- Pineapple fruit costume, (See right toddler pic)
- green asparagus,
- an aubergine,
- a fat purple grape using balloons,
- toddler cheese costume
- or create your very own homemade scarecrow costume (of Oz) with a splash of blood painted.
There are hundreds if not thousands of Halloween costume ideas to experiment.
Right now, see the Mega Halloween costume sale at Halloweencostumes.com
You could start by finding ideas from our plant-based diets post and let your imagination surprise you.
Also, visit and see for yourself our Fruit and Vegetable Halloween costume ideas Pinterest board for thousands more. We can guarantee that you’ll find some great Halloween’ costumes for women, couples, kids and babies.
Before we go on…
When was the first Halloween?
Halloween began as a European Celtic festival. The old written books described that the early days of Halloween traditions originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear evil costumes to scare the ghosts off.
Fun fact: Halloween include multiple activities such as: apple bobbing, divination games (ways of foretelling one’s future) and much more.
Hallows’ Eve, it is tradition to reflect in the eating of certain plant-based foods, this would include: apples, soul cakes, potato pancakes, etc.
And then… it’s in North America that Halloween festivity has really taken off. Hallowe’en was brought by the Irish and Scottish immigrants when they first arrived in the States early 1800s. The vegetable costume arrive a bit later on.
It’s good to know that modern day trick-or-treat didn’t really catch on in some parts of the United States until begin 1920s. And to this day it remains hugely popular. Funny enough, more popular there than in Europe.
Hope this short history moment could help you understand how it all started.
If you missed the link above, we’ve also started a Pinterest page with Fruit and Vegetable Halloween costume ideas. You’ll see the large, fun variety of costumes.
From the turnip, to the evil pumpkin, to the dyi Halloween costumes for women.
I particularly like the pineapple costume, and the carrot baby costume is adorable.
Which is your favorite veggie/fruit adult costume? Do you have what it takes to make a fruit or a fancy vegetable costume at home? You can also pick further ideas from our recipes and posts
I think that’s a yes, and we believe in you!
Enjoy the Fruit & Vegetable costumes board and let your creative juices flow!
P.S: Check our Halloween fun fact infographic
Happy Halloween to you, family and friends!