Giant Junk Food Statues

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Giant Pie Slice
Kyle, TX
Giant Apple Pie [gone]
Philadelphia, PA
Happy Donuts
Palo Alto, CA
Voodoo Doughnut
Portland, OR
This Giant Pie Slice is over the entrance of the Texas Pie Company which has been since 2000. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

This Giant Apple Pie was located at a Tastykake outlet store. It was just down the road from the former Tastykake bakery building. It was removed and sold in 2022.

The giant donut at Happy Donuts is suspended from the ceiling. For more, see this website.

This Voodoo Doughnut shop is the original which opened in 2003. This giant donut was installed on the wall by 2005. The first photo above was taken in 2008. Sometime between 2010 and 2014, it appeared that this same donut had been remodeled and was installed on the ceiling. The second photo above is from 2015. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

More Giant Pies:
Cherry Pie (Charlevoix, MI)

More Giant Donuts:
Puck's Donuts (Phoenix, OR)
Donut Signs (various cities)

Giant Bagel
San Francisco, CA
Giant Bagel
Grand Junction, CO
The Giant Bagel in San Francisco is about six feet in diameter. It is installed above the entrance of The Bagelry which opened in 1975. [map]

There was another Giant Bagel in San Francisco.

This Giant Bagel in Grand Junction hangs above Main Street Bagels. The store opened in 1995. [map]

More Giant Bagels:
Saint-Simon Bagel Plus (Saint-Simon, QC) [gone]

Giant Pretzel
Reading, PA
Giant Pretzel
Lititz, PA
The Reading Pretzel is installed in front of the Sturgis' factory and retail outlet. [map]

The Lititz Pretzel stands in front of Sturgis Pretzel House which opened here in 1861. For more, see this website. [map]

Giant Box of Fudge
Acme, MI
This Giant Box of Fudge is installed on the roof of Doug Murdick's Fudge. It has been there since 1965. The store's original location opened in downtown Traverse City, MI in 1964. [map]

Box of Chocolates
Henderson, NV
Candy Cane
Albuquerque, NM
Salt Water Taffy
Beach Haven, NJ
This Box of Chocolates is about seven feet tall and is located inside the Ethel M Chocolate Factory. It represents the original, 16-piece chocolate assortment box which is still being produced.

This Candy Cane is located at Buffett's Candies. The store opened in 1956. The candy cane was installed in 1958 as a temporary Christmas display. It is about 16 feet tall and made of metal pipe. [map]

This giant piece of Salt Water Taffy stands in front of Lucille's Candies. [map]

More Giant Candy Canes:
Universal Welding (North Pole, AK)
Barbara Fritchie Restaurant (Frederick, MD)
Lammes Candies (Austin, TX)

Hey Cupcake!
Austin, TX
Hey Cupcake! [gone]
Austin, TX
Hey Cupcake! started out as a walk-up cupcake stand in 2007. In 2008, the business moved to a different location with this Airstream trailer. This giant cupcake revolves on top of the trailer. There was another cupcake on the roof of the company's more traditional retail store. It was removed in 2019. I don't believe there are any retail locations now. The trailer with the cupcake on the roof is now located at Mueller Lake Park. It is also moved around for catering and other special events. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

More Giant Cupcakes:
Colossal Cupcakes (Cleveland, OH) [map]

Cream Puff
Las Vegas, NM
Gingerbread Pavilion [gone]
Livingston, IL
Birthday Cake
Fairfield, OH
Birthday Cake
Lakeland, FL
This Cream Puff is eight feet tall and is believed to be the world's largest. It is installed on the facade of Charlie's Spic & Span Bakery & Cafe. [map]

This Gingerbread Pavilion was located at the Pink Elephant Antique Mall. This photo is from 2010. The structure was gone by 2013.

The Birthday Cake in Fairfield is installed inside Jungle Jim's International Market. This store features many other unique displays as well as animatronic statues. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

The Birthday Cake in Lakeland serves as a water tower for Publix supermarkets headquarters. The tower was built in 1982 and is 155 feet tall. The 8-foot-tall candles are lit at night. [map]

More Giant Birthday Cakes:
Hughesville, MD [gone]
Elysburg, PA
Seattle, WA [vintage; gone]

Kissmobile Cruiser
Hershey, PA
The Kissmobile Cruiser is 26 feet long and 12 feet tall. The Hershey's Kisses themselves are 7 1/2 feet tall. The first Kissmobile was created in 1997, borrowing the concept of the famous Wienermobile. The Kisses have been repainted over the years to promote different flavors of the company's candies. A second Kissmobile Cruiser was built in 1999. One Kissmobile travels the northern and southern states while the other travels the midwestern and western states. For more, see this website. [map]

Hershey Bar & Hershey's Kiss
Niagara Falls, ON
Pep-O-Mint Life Savers
Gouverneur, NY
This giant Hershey Bar & Hershey's Kiss are located at the Hershey Store. [map]

This giant roll of Pep-O-Mint Life Savers was installed here in 1987 to honor Edward John Noble. Noble was born in Gouverneur and co-founded the Life Savers company. He also invented this round, tin foil wrapper design. This sculpture was one of five which were originally installed in Port Chester, NY at the Life Savers' manufacturing plant. The building was constructed in 1920 and it sounds like these giant rolls were there from the beginning. The plant closed in 1985 and the giant rolls were removed. I don't know what happened to the other four. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

More Giant Junk Food:
Giant Popcorn (Jasper, IN)
Giant Cinnamon Roll (Rochester, IN) [map]
Giant Popcorn (Salem, NH)
Giant Cannoli (New York, NY) [gone]
Giant Popcorn (Charleston, SC) [gone]