Think outside the box for this year's gingerbread house

Updated: Dec 12, 2019


Building a gingerbread house is a fun tradition that makes for a perfect indoors activity during the cold winter months.


The activity allows us to be as creative and imaginative as we like. Nothing is off limits; the roof can be covered in multicolored candies and the yard lined with peppermints. However, some of us don’t have the time to bake a gingerbread house this holiday season. That’s why we came up with a few different building material ideas that are easier and healthier alternatives to the traditional gingerbread house!


These building materials are no-bake and provide the same amount of decorating fun!




Walls and Roof

· Annie’s Organic Crispy Snack Bars

· Pamela’s Gluten-Free Honey Graham Crackers

· From the Ground Up Cauliflower Pretzel Sticks


Icing

· Simple Mills Organic Vanilla Frosting

· Kite Hill Original Almond Milk Cream Cheese Spread

· No Whey! Foods Milkless Polar Dream White Chocolate Bar

o Melted down to create a “glue” for the pieces


For Decorations

· Banana Chips

· Dried Apricots

· Dried Cranberries

· Necco Wafers

· Raisins


Allergen-Free Candy Decorations

· Dots

· Haribo Gold Bears

· Jelly Belly Jelly Beans

· Mike and Ikes

· Swedish Fish

· Welch’s Fruit Snacks


Blog post written by the talented Grace Chesko!

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