Easy Gingerbread House Recipes
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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 Easy Gingerbread Houses Recipes 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 straightforward instructions that make these creations easy and enjoyable for the whole family!
This fun little app, built specifically for the holiday season, contains:
•23 easy, no bake, Gingerbread house recipes
•Introduction and steps to getting started
•Royal Icing recipes from Lisa Turner
•Gorgeously photographed pictures by Zac Williams
•Super useful ingredient image lookup
•Conveniently designed steps for building
•Have an ingredient? See the Gingerbread house you can make with it
•Traditional Gingerbread House
Lisa Turner Anderson is an avid crafter with a passion for dollhouses and miniatures. She lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Zac Williams is the president of Williams Visual, a production company that creates media and photography for advertising and publishing clients. He has been the principal photographer on more than 100 national books and publications, including most of Barbara Beery's Pink Princess series.
Creative and Easy
For years we made gingerbread houses with our kids, baking and baking and making messes all for the fun and creativity of this holiday tradition. When I found this app (there's a book also) I found I had been working way too hard. No baking and no mess. The app includes great images of finished houses, houses that are far more creative than I've ever made, and step bhy step information and ingredients. Everything needed is usually in the pantry. I love it. I'm off to make the Faery Tree House . . .
Way better than trying to design one myself!
I really like the fact that they have so many different houses for different places in the world. Usually you just default and make the standard "house" shape and then plaster a bunch of candy on it. This is much more creative - especially if one of the unique houses speaks to you or your family.
My family has tried the Firehouse and Traditional Gingerbread House so far. The kids had a blast. The houses are so EASY to create, which makes this an A+ activity for those who have busy schedules. The Igloo and Mermaid Palace are on the menu this weekend!
- Category: Food & Drink
- Released: Dec 21, 2011
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 35.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Trellisys.net
- © 2011 Gibbs Smith and Trellisys.net
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.