Wednesday, December 21, 2011
My sister had the idea to put them into Muffin tins for easy access for everyone. I used my large muffin tin.
Mix together powdered sugar and just a little water to make a good thick frosting. Then put the frosting into ziploc bags and cut a tiny hole off one of the bottom corners. I wish I had exact measurements,but we just eye balled it all. This frosting dries pretty quickly.
Building the Gingerbread House: Get your graham crackers out. Get a knife and cutting board. To make the sides of our houses you take 2 full graham crackers. To make the sides of the house cut two triangles out of the top half of the graham crackers. You can kind of see it on the side there. Hopefully, you get the idea. You could cut things how ever you like. When done glue all your pieces together. You can really build any shape or size gingerbread house you want. We went for small ones. One for my sister and I and one for the kids.