Gingerbread House Cutters/mould Pan ...

Baking By FantasyLand Updated 25 Nov 2010 , 8:51pm by FantasyLand

FantasyLand Posted 18 Nov 2010 , 7:45am
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Forgive me if the answer to my question(s) are here somewhere on CC, but I cannot find what I'm looking for ...

I'm real lazy at heart ... and thus I'm looking for a (relative) easy way to make a gingerbread house ... Also have loads of friends that would like to assemble it with their children, without baking it .... I would be the baker/Santa Claus in other words ...

What do you think of the Wilton Gingerbread House Pan? That the route to go? I know the cookie cutter site : www.offthebeatenpath.com used to sell a kit, but for the love of me, I cannot find it ... discontinued?

It should not be a huge house ... 7" x 5" more or less ...

I HATE cutting the dough from templates ... ;-(

Thanx in advance ...

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Lcubed82 Posted 19 Nov 2010 , 3:48am
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At Michaels today, I saw the Wilton mold/pan for gbh for about 24.oo. There was also a set of 3 cutters for a gbh for 7.99. I have a stone mold I got years ago, and used several time. The Wilton mold reminded me of that, only made of heavy coated metal. I almost got the cutters, but still have a kit from last year of the pre-baked cookies. I did get a candy mold to make windows, door, chimney, shrubs, etc, for decorating a gbh.

Either the mold pan or the cutters look like they would be the size you are wanting. Or just buy the kit, but add your own decorations!

FantasyLand Posted 25 Nov 2010 , 8:51pm
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Thanx for your time Linda!!

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