Edible Housing

Otherwise known as Gingerbread Houses.  I’m not sure if these were made of gingerbread or not but they certainly took some effort and a lot of candies…and they did smell so delicious.  You just never know what you may come across on the Friday after Thanksgiving when you are in a mall.  No! I did not go for that shopping frenzy – we arrived much later in the afternoon.  I wanted to hit a couple of stores that they have back in Missouri that they don’t have where I live now.

Have you ever made a gingerbread house before?  Eaten one?

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18 Responses to Edible Housing

  1. manonlesko says:

    Hansel and Gretel would go nuts 😀 These look amazing!

  2. dhphotosite says:

    ZOWEE these are quite elaborate! I’ve never made one, but I have nibbled on a few. We used to make gingerbread men when we were kids at Christmas time.

  3. bulldog says:

    Now that cannot be eaten they are too beautiful…

  4. Those are fantastic! Ours do not ever look that way. But we faithfully make one EVERY.SINGLE.YEAR.-Ashley

  5. DeDivahDeals says:

    Yes, when our sons were younger we HAD to make a Gingerbread house…now, they’ll probably sleep through Christmas!

  6. ChgoJohn says:

    These are incredible, Teri. Gingerbread houses just weren’t a “thing” in my house nor were gingerbread men. We did have plenty of ravioli, though. It all balances out. 🙂

  7. jDevaun says:

    Ha! Edible Housing…I love that!

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