Medieval Gingerbread Village
A complete Medieval Village that would make any Game of Thrones fan proud… but made out of Gingerbread, Icing, and Candies. Absolutely spectacular!
Game of Thrones Iron Throne Gingerbread
And, speaking of Game of Thrones, some Super Fan recreated the famous Iron Throne out of Gingerbread.
Gingerbread Century Home
Source: Goodies By Anna
All of the classic details of your true century home are recreated using gingerbread, candy canes, and other sugary treats. The white candy Widow’s Walk is delightful.
Gingerbread White House
Political power has never looked so sweet!
Gingerbread Tree House
This delightful gingerbread treehouse brings back childhood memories. Perhaps a bit less Wintry than some of the other entries in this collection of Gingerbread Houses, but wonderful all the same.
Dickens A Christmas Carol Gingerbread House
Source: Food & Wine Magazine
Inspired by the Dickens’ Classic, this Gingerbread “House” (I use the term loosely in this case) features Scrooge himself, Tiny Tim, and the Ghosts of Past, Present, and Future that visited Scrooge on Christmas Eve taught him those valuable life lessons. This looks like a ceramic decoration that you would buy for the holidays, but it was one of last year’s National Gingerbread Competition winners, which means it met the criteria… aka it is truly made from Gingerbread.
Southern Mansion Gingerbread House
Source: Gingerbread House Heaven
This particular beauty landed Top Ten in the National Gingerbread Competition at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville. According to its creators, this Gingerbread House, modeled after an old Southern Mansion in the eastern part of the state, took more than 500 hours to create.
Classic Mid-Century Stone Gingerbread House
This looks like your classic mid-century suburban home, complete with a grumpy old man in the window… just itching to yell at those Young Whippersnappers to “Say off my lawn!”
Gingerbread Maison au Francais
Source: The Food Network
A delightful street in a French village comes to life in this remarkable gingerbread wonder. The buckets of flowers in front of the florist and baguettes in front of the bakery look beautiful enough to eat! I honestly don’t know how these bakers make gingerbread look this realistic.
Grand Victorian Gingerbread House
There is a house that looks just like this nor far from where I live. I have coveted that house for many years… never thought of recreating it in Gingerbread form (not that I could, mind you).
Source: Cake Central
If you want to feel REALLY bad about your baking skills, like I do right now, note that this particular Gingerbread creation was made by a 12 year old. Yup. 12. And it includes a motorized base, so the carousel actually turns.