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    28 Food-Themed Things For Anyone Who's Always (ALWAYS) Hungry

    Stuff you can't eat (even if you wish you could).

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    1. Measuring spoons that will make baking easy as (cherry) pie.

    The leaf is an egg separator!

    Promising review: "As an avid baker and kitchen gadget lover, this makes a great addition to my kitchen. I use it pretty much every night. It's safe for the dishwasher and puts a smile on my face." —Reyna F

    Get them from Amazon for $16.

    2. A sandwich bowtie for people who want to ham it up at their friend's wedding.

    Get it from rommydebommy on Etsy for $69.70.

    3. A pair of matching sweaters for you and the friend who completes you.

    Get the peanut butter or jelly sweatshirt from Iconic Duo for $42 (available in sizes S–L).

    4. A food journal so you can reminisce about all your favorite meals, like that one really good cheesesteak you had last week with the perfect cheese to meat ratio.

    Get it from Amazon for $1.54, Barnes & Noble for $1.99, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

    5. A giant burger pillow sure to give you delicious dreams.

    Get it from Cotton On for $49.99 (also available in doughnut form).

    6. A briefcase grill for people who think barbecuing is serious business.

    Get it from Amazon for $50.99+ (available in two colors).

    7. A fruit slice cooler bag so you can keep your drinks cool for the summer.

    Promising review: "This adorable bag was larger than I anticipated and perfect for its intended purpose. Its outside is smooth vinyl and its inside is almost like a soft cooler, perfect for the beach or pool. It won't be damaged by a wet bathing suit or damp towel." —Camilla

    Get it from Amazon for $32 (also available in lemon).

    8. An avocado pool float that would be a pit-y to miss out on this beach season.

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99 or Urban Outfitters for $28.

    9. A shrimp or croissant neck pillow for taking delicious naps while traveling.,

    Get the shrimp for $8.49 or the croissant for $9.99 from Amazon.

    10. A darling tobacco pipe that's absolutely radishing.

    Get it from MudHedz on Etsy for $28.

    11. A tortilla swaddle and cap for when your food baby becomes a REAL baby.

    Get them from Uncommon Goods for $48.

    12. A pack of Jelly Belly lip balms so you can feel like you just ate some 'beans whenever you want (without the cavities).

    Get eight from Amazon for $11.99 or six from Firebox for $19.69.

    13. Macaron bath bombs for anyone who's ever wished they could bathe in desserts.

    Promising review: "At first, I was a bit hesitant to purchase these bath bombs because they were a bit pricey. However, I decided to spoil myself a little bit (why not). These bath bombs smell amazing and have a powerful soothing aroma. The perfect treat after a long, stressful day! They make my skin feel so smooth and hydrated, and the scent is lovely! These are some of the more luxurious bath bombs out there. It makes it SO worth the money — trust me!" —❤️ Renee H ❤️

    Get eight from Amazon for $19.99.

    14. A helpful notepad you can fill in so no meal is left to chance.

    Promising review: "As a busy, working mom, this is fantastic! I keep an on-going list of groceries needed on the right side (I modify mine based on what store I am going to) and then what's for dinner on the left side. I have four teenagers and there is always someone who is asking, "what's for dinner?" so this does the trick as now they just need to look at the list! Perfect for the busy family and LOVE the magnet on the back!" —Lauren T.

    Get it from Amazon for $5.64.

    15. A food-patterned dress, because if you can't play with your food, at least you can wear it.

    Jan Faukner / Via, Jan Faukner / Via

    Get the asparagus pinafore for $99 (available in sizes XS–XL) or the cheese shift for $99 (available in sizes XS–XL) from annanemone on Etsy.

    16. A pizza nightlight to light your way to the fridge for your midnight snack.


    Promising review: "This pizza nightlight has improved my quality of life in ways that I can't even begin to express... Maybe through song lyrics: 'And you light up my life / You give me hope to carry on / You light up my days and fill my nights with pizzaaaa.'" —amidge

    Get it from Amazon for $9.75.

    17. A hydrating balm with all the sweetness of caramel but none of the stickiness.

    Promising review: "I just love how smooth it feels on my lips by itself or when I put a dab of it over my matte lip so it doesn't look so dry. I can't help but roll my lips because it feels so smooth and soft." —RadiantSkin816

    Get it from Sephora for $18.

    18. A realistic popcorn pin for people who go to the movie theater just for the concessions.

    Get it from monochromatiques on Etsy for $27.88+ (available in two finishes).

    19. Cookie Sutra — a book perfect for couples looking to (ginger) spice up their love life.

    Promising review: "I bought this for a bachelorette party and it has a HUGE hit!!! The bride didn't want the typical bachelorette gag gifts, so this was perfect. It gave everyone a good laugh, without offending anyone! The pictures are super cute and the little faces are hilarious." —sand yo

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

    20. A pizza pouch, because sometimes you need both your hands free to properly gesticulate about how much you love food.

    Promising review: "This is hands-down the best money I have ever spent. All my friends are super jealous and but haven't Googled where I bought these, so at least in my friendship circle, I am the exclusive holder of the pizza pouches. The pizza pouches are shaped like triangles so if you are an illuminati conspiracy theorist, this may not be for you." —Jason Trujillo

    Get it from Amazon for $4.99.

    21. A peachy duvet cover you'll be pining for.,

    Get the pineapples from Amazon for $56.99 (available in twin or full/queen sizes) or the peaches from Urban Outfitters for $89+ (available in twin or full/queen sizes).

    22. A squeaky pet toy that will make both you and your dog really hungry.

    Promising review: "This is the second toy from this maker I have bought and I LOVE them. More importantly, so does Lola! They last forever and she gets so excited. The best part is that she hasn't been able to tear it apart yet. I decided I was going to buy her a new one each month until she has them all. :)" —Reynold Wang

    Get it from Amazon for $6.41+ (available in six foods).

    23. An alphabet onesie to introduce your child to the joys of food early.

    Get it from Food52 for $25 (available in sizes 3 months–18 months and six foods).

    24. A teeny-tiny bowl of ramen you don't want to miso out on.

    Promising review: "These are adorable! (Adorabowl?) I ordered one for myself, as a little addition to my keychain and it’s so cute that I ordered three more! They’re random, so I can’t wait to see what I get next! Definitely recommend this item. Five stars! Well-made and really looks like soup!" —Rb

    Get a randomly selected style from Amazon for $2.29.

    25. A kitchen towel that beets all the competition.

    Get it from TheNeighborgoods on Etsy for $18.

    26. A pair of doughnut slippers we have a ~sprinkling~ that you might enjoy.

    Get them from Amazon for $12.99 (available in sizes S–XL).

    27. A French fry purse so you can have some spuds to match your duds.

    Promising review: "I love this purse!!! The purse itself is actually well made, seems sturdy, and fairly spacious." —Hannah

    Get it from Amazon for $10.69 (also available in two other shapes).

    28. A pair of pasta holders to use when your oven mitts are too farfalle away.

    Get them from Amazon for $14.99.

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