Corn holders are a kitchen staple, letting you grab hold of your food without getting any butter on your fingers. Most households only have the same old, yellow corn-shaped holders, but there are so many novel options out there to choose from. Break the mold and try one of these fun alternatives. 

1. GAME TIME 

Enjoy some delightfully themed corn this football season, which will be a healthy addition to your 12-layer dip and football-shaped cheese block. 

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2. SHARK ATTACK 


These sharks look almost as ravenous as you digging into a corncob. 

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3. GET MYTHICAL


These kindly unicorns lend you their horns to jab into the sides of your corn. Dinner has never been so magical!

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4. BECOME A PIRATE (OR NINJA) 


These sword-like holders make it look like you’re eating your food right off a weapon—that's pretty hardcore.

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5. DOGGONE ADORABLE 


Turn your corn on the cob into an extra long wiener dog. 

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6. THROW ‘EM AWAY 


The weather is getting colder, but you might have time to sneak in one final BBQ before the first of many blizzards hit. These handy picks can be thrown away along with the paper plates for a quick clean up. 

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7. BE A LITTLE PIGGY 


Dig in with these farm animal-inspired holders. If you get a little on your face, it just means you’re getting into the spirit.

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8. CORN ON THE BONE 

If you don’t want vegetarians to feel left out when serving ribs at your next barbeque, let them play along with some bone holders. No one will know the difference. 

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9. TAKE THE CORN BY THE HORNS 


These longhorn holders will make you feel like you’re right on a Texan ranch. 

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10. GET FANCY 


These fancy ceramic dinosaurs, created by Lana Filippone, would elevate any party to the next level. Unfortunately, they’re not for sale anymore, but you can check out some other products by Filippone here

11. MAKE YOUR OWN 


Since you can’t buy yourself fancy dinosaur holders, why not make your own? This Instructables page explains how you can recreate your own holders with plastic animals.