Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Gingerbread Houses

I know this is a little late but, it's probably better to be late than never!
One of the ways we celebrated Christmas this year was to make good ol' gingerbread houses! After heading to the library to find a really good recipe, we started the fun process.

First mix up the ginger bread dough:

Then roll out the pure yummy-ness.
It's always good to snitch a bite or two just to make sure it is good dough!

Cut out the sides and roof of the house --or in our case -- multiple houses.

Then bake and cool. After that, it's time to whip up some frosting!
Assemble the houses.

Oh, of course you can't forget all the yummy toppings!

Invite some friends over to help, and start creating your own masterpiece.

Alaythia and Nathanael's finished artwork.

Anna and Charissa's sugarcoated house and yard.

The finished product!

"Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good;
Blessed is the man who trusts in Him!"
Psalms 34:8

- Post by Hannah


Rebekah said...

Looks like so much fun!

Hiswayserves said...

Delicious! Looks like fun! We haven't done that for a long time, though we did have lots of leftover gingerbread cookies from Christmas.
Thanks for posting it.

Can't wait to see posts of wedding preps!

God bless! Rebecca K.

Lily Marie said...

I love gingerbread houses. ;) Those turned out great!

Emily said...

Thanks so much Hannah! Those houses look like a complete success!!!!

Amy said...

I always love to make gingerbread houses. They look really good.=)

Bloombunchboys said...

looks like y'all had fun!
we made Gingerbread Houses a few years ago,we wanted to do it this year but didn't get around to it.


Anonymous said...

Mmmmmmmmmmmmm! Yummy!!!!!!!! :P
~Elizabeth Lindsay

JoyfulJewels4Jesus said...

Looks SO delicious and like lots of sibling fun! The dough looks yummy...may I have a taste? =)


Anonymous said...

Thanks for finally posting!!! Looks like you had a great, fun time!!! Nice pictures!


Anonymous said...

AW!!! Cute!!!

A.J. said...

Pure yummyness! :D Looks lovely.

Anonymous said...

how cool!!!!I LOVE making gingerbread houses:)