Tiny, bite-size gingerbread houses are a cute treat to serve at Christmas.
bite-size gingerbread houses
more gingerbread fun
- Gingerbread edible cookie dough in jars
- fun Gingerbread Bundt cake
- silly gingerbread man marshmallows
how to make bite-size gingerbread houses
ingredients you will need:
gingerbread cut-out cookie recipe
royal icing recipe
Toblerone chocolate bars
supplies you will need:
dough scraper or knife
white food coloring
disposable decorating bag
Tips on supplies and ingredients
Use any preferred recipes for the cookies and icing, or follow the links above to my favorites.
Find the dough scraper and disposable decorating bags in the craft store.
For food coloring, I prefer Americolor Soft Gel Paste in Bright White. See below for links.
step one: bake your cookies.
Prepare gingerbread dough, chill, and roll about about 1/8 to 1/4-inch thick on a floured surface.
Cut out rectangles 1 x 1/2 inches. To do this, I lightly scored a grid on the dough with a knife and used my dough scraper to cut out the rectangles.
Bake on a parchment paper-lined baking tray according to the recipe (you may have to reduce the time by a couple minutes since these are so tiny) and let cool completely.
step two: prepare your icing.
Prepare royal icing according to the recipe and tint white with the food coloring.
Fill a disposable decorating bag with the icing and close tightly with a rubber band.
step three: stack your cookies.
Break apart the pieces of Toblerone chocolate and set aside.
Snip about 1/4-inch from the tip of the decorating bag. Pipe to cover the top of a rectangle cookie.
Top with another cookie.
Pipe more icing on top of the stack and set a piece of chocolate on top. If desired, sprinkle with confectioner’s sugar.
Let dry overnight.
the giveaway and blog hop
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3. Gingerbread Angle Ornament by Haniela’s
Susan S says
Fun ideas and a wonderful give-away! Thank you 🙂
Shannon W says
So glad I stumbled on your blog! Love the holiday cookie ideas!
Jaan L says
You are my go to cookie blog. My son loves every cookie I have made with your recipes. Thank You.
I so wish I could get my act together and actually do a gingerbread house BEFORE the christmas season starts!
What a fabulous giveway!
Wow,I wanna win all this stuff…awesome!
So cute! I want those wilton gingerbread man molds for some gingerbread fudge.