Baking a Gingerbread House is a December tradition in the Little Scandinavian household. We would gather the family around 2 weeks before Christmas, for a baking and decorating session. The finished result will then be on display in the Kitchen throughout the festive period before brutally ending it’s days 3rd day of Christmas by being smashed (yes, with a hammer) into pieces by Dad and then eaten by the children. A fun tradition, that the children very much look forward to.
Here’s a bit of inspiration on Scandinavian style Gingerbread Houses
© Photo 1 Swedish Gingerbread house by Martha Stewart. Photo 2. Gingerbread House by Cox and Cox
When hosting a Christmas Party, why not surprise your guests with these decorative tiny Gingerbread house that perches on the rim of your guests mug? See the DIY tutorial here: notmartha.org
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