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How to make an easy gingerbread house

Gingerbread houses can be notoriously fiddly, which is why we chose to decorate with our favourite store bought treats! This easy gingerbread house is still the real deal, so you will need to bake the gingerbread pieces ahead of time and stick them together with icing. It's the perfect marriage of baking and crafting that is guaranteed to impress this Christmas.

Australian Women's Weekly|Nov 13, 2019

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