I have never read the tale The Brother’s Grimm, but I know one thing for sure, I’d love to live in their gingerbread castle any day of the week.
The candy covered turrets were amazing.
Can you spot the jolly fondant guard? A tower made out of sugar cubes and candy stars?
Check out the glistening rock candy. My teeth ache just looking at this.
A pretzel awning, jelly bean rocks, and walls made of gingerbread. You couldn’t ask for anything more if you tried.
If you are a local, you can stop by the Seattle Sheraton Hotel to view the 2012 Gingerbread Village. There is a suggested donation of $5 and all proceeds benefit the JDRF Northwest Chapter.
If an enormous gingerbread house seems a little intimidating, Amazon has the Nordic Ware Gingerbread House Bundt Pan on sale right now. All you’ll need to do is bake the gingerbread and sprinkle a little powered sugar over the top and you’re done.
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