This One Pan Makes Building a Gingerbread House So Easy

No more half-built houses, here.

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December 11, 2018

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Building a gingerbread house takes patience. Lots and lots of patience. You have to make the gingerbread cookies, wait for them to cool, make icing, build the house, let it set, then start round one of decorating... You get the picture.

If you want a gingerbread house in a flash, there's a pan that can help with that. The Nordic Ware Gingerbread House Bundt Pan lets you bake — and decorate — a beautiful house in a matter of hours. Check out this Food Network Kitchen recipe here for a step-by-step on how to do it.

You'll get all the joy of decorating a cute edible home without the hassle of so many steps. Just make some icing and decorate your cooled cake to your heart's desire. We recommend serving it on a cake plate with a winter wonderland theme using colorful candy and shaved coconut.

Not the baker in your family? That's OK! This pan makes a great gift for the crafter in your life. Order it now to get it in time for December 25.

Get the Recipe: Gingerbread House Cake

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