Here’s some tips for putting together a Gingerbread House to add to your Christmas display.
If you missed part one, you can find it here .
Use a good Royal Icing. Here’s a recipe from Alton Brown for a simple royal icing that works great!Royal Icing
Build your Gingerbread House on a solid foundation. I use cardboard covered with foil. You can cover the foil with icing when decorating.
Run a bead of icing along the foil. Put the back in place. Glue one side to the back with icing. Run a bead inside and outside the joint.
Hold the pieces together for a minute or two until icing starts to set.
Add a box for stability if needed.
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