Super Easy Gingerbread House

Filed under: Baked Goods, Holiday, Holiday - Christmas.

An 8-oz. milk carton, empty and clean
Canned white frosting
Graham crackers
Assorted soft candies for decoration (gum drops, jellybeans, candy canes, and cake decorations, such as sprinkles and nuts)

Tape or staple the spout of carton closed.
Using the white frosting as glue, stick graham crackers onto sides and top of carton.
Decorate with candies and cake decorations. Licorice can be used to make windows, small marshmallows can be used as snow covered shingles, and pretzel sticks can be used to make fences.
Use different sized milk cartons to make an entire city.
Ice cream cones can be covered in green frosting to make Christmas trees.
Decorate with small red candies for holly berries or sprinkles to make Christmas trees.
You might want to practice a few times with this recipe before trying to construct a Gingerbread Stonewall Jackson Inn!
Don't eat the milk cartons. They are very hard to digest!

Recipe Summary:

Other recipes by Stonewall Jackson Inn B&B:
Individual Breakfast Casserole
Crab And Swiss Quiche
Pan-seared Loin of Pork With Derry Apple Relish
Eggs With Potatoes Presented By Autumn Leaves Bed & Breakfast
Asparagus Casserole Presented By Highland Place Bed & Breakfast Inn
Sausage Casserole Presented By Anne And George Mayer (past And Future Guests)
Blueberry Sausage Breakfast Cake
Asparagus And Ham Strata
Pan-seared Portobello Mushroom And Tomato Eggs
Graham Cracker Streusel Coffee Cake
Chocolate Pecan Cookies
Pumpkin Brownies
Candied Sweet Potatoes With Bourbon
Christmas Breakfast Sausage Casserole
White Chocolate Apricot Muffins
Sweet Potato And Black Bean Chili
Wayne's Eggs Benedict~Stonewall Style
The Stonewall
Fresh Orange Compote With Granola
Scotch Eggs
Old-fashioned Scrapple
Zucchini Bread
Slumbering Volcanoes
Amaretto Maple Delight
Mary's Famous Pumpkin Bread
Mathew's Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Recipe Provided By:
Stonewall Jackson Inn B&B
Harrisonburg, VA

Harrisonburg Bed and Breakfast Inns