Snap, Crackle, & Pop Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

Snack, Crackle, and Pop are three rambunctious elves that are best known for being the mascots for Kellog’s Rice Krispies. Their names were derived from a Rice Krispies radio ad, and are onomatopoeia for how Rice Krispies sound.

Snap, Crackle, and Pop wear distinctly different clothes. Snap has on a chef’s hat, a yellow button-down shirt, and denim pants. Crackle wears a red and white beanie, a light blue sweater, and denim pants. Last, but not the least, Pop prefers a nutcracker’s coat and trouser and a toy soldier’s hat. Here’s everything you need to look like Snap, Crackle, and Pop.

How to Make Snap Costume

Snap Crackle Pop Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Chef’s Hat Look like you know your way around the kitchen with this chef’s hat.
2 Yellow Long-Sleeved Button-Down Keep everything light with this yellow, long-sleeved, button-down shirt.
3 Regular-Fit Denim Pants Be able to move with regular-fit denim pants.
4 Brown Dress Shoes Pair your smart button-down with brown dress shoes.
5 Red Scarf Make everything more casual with a red scarf.
6 Costume Set Don’t want to DIY? Get this Snap costume set instead.

How to Make Crackle Costume

Crackle Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Light Blue Long-Sleeved Shirt Crackle prefers a more laid-back style with this light blue long-sleeved shirt.
2 Regular-Fit Denim Pants Match your shirt’s casualness with this pair of regular-fit denim pants.
3 Red Sneakers Look cool with a pair of red sneakers.
4 Red and White Beanie Relaxed and casual, Crackle loves wearing his red and white beanie.
5 Costume Set Have an effortless time with your outfit, and get this Crackle costume set.

How to Make Pop Costume

Pop Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Nutcracker Coat and Trouser Set Look very dapper in this nutcracker coat and trouser set.
2 Black Knee-High Boots Of course, you need to pair your smart outfit with smart, knee-high boots as well.
3 Red Toy Soldier’s Hat Look festive in this toy soldier hat.
4 Elven Ears Don’t forget to wear elven ears for all three mascots.
5 Costume Set Skip the DIY-ing with this Pop costume set.

About Snap, Crackle, and Pop

Snap, Crackle, and Pop were originally designed by Vernon Grant in the early 1930s.

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