No Bake Gingerbread Houses for Kids Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-21 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 16 user ratings
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Book Introduction:

No more complex store-bought kits. No more lopsided barn that was supposed to be Prince Charming's castle. Just fun with the family while constructing fanciful gingerbread houses with graham crackers, frosting, cookies, and candies of all varieties. With No-Bake Gingerbread Houses for Kids, everyone from budding gingerbread architects to accomplished food designers can have fun with this new take on an old-favorite. Every holiday and even ordinary days can be spiced up with the graham cracker building blocks and straightforward instructions that make these creations easy and enjoyable for the whole family!

Beginning with a list of what's needed to create all of these wonderful constructions, Lisa Turner Anderson includes two recipes for Royal Icing and gives tips on how to cut and form the pieces for the sturdiest design able to last for months. Each design-plan includes a gorgeously photographed picture by Zac Williams, along with a list of materials, decorations and a step-by-step guide on construction.

Designs include:

Traditional Gingerbread House Mermaid Palace Dutch Windmill Firehouse Igloo Caribbean Bungalow Dracula's Castle

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