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Halloween Ginger Bread HouseIt is the first Halloween celebration for my little girl and I decided to bake something special for her: an halloween gingerbread house

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I filled the inside of the house with candies and marshmallow. Of course she will not be able to taste it as she is only 7 months old but anyway I thought it could be nice to do a nice gingerbread house.

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I decorated the house with licorice, candy floss, jelly beans and soft candies.

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I would love to write more about it but after spending 3 hours in the kitchen and writing the recipe for the blog it is almost time to pick her from the childcare.Happy Halloween 2013 !

Halloween Ginger Bread House // Maison en Pain d'epices Halloween

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Ingredients

  • 175 g honey
  • Gingerbread dough
  • 375 g raw sugar
  • 525 g all purpouse flour
  • 5 g baking powder
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 10 g of gingerbread spices cinamon, gloves, star anise
  • 115 g unsalted butter
  • 1 egg
  • 1 yellow egg
  • Glue
  • 3 white eggs
  • 450 g icing sugar
  • Purpule liquid food colouring
  • Decoration
  • Licorice
  • Jelly beans
  • Soft orange candies

Instructions

  • House Sketch.
  • Choose a house draw that you like and sketch the house part onto baking paper. Use a measurement rule for more precision.
  • Ginger bread.
  • In a saucepan pour the honey, raw sugar and butter.
  • Stir under medium heat until the butter melt.
  • In another bowl mix the dry ingredients together.
  • Pour the warm honey mixture onto the dry ingredient and stir to form a ball of dough.
  • Roll the dough to a 2 cm thickness and cut the house parts following the sketch made on the baking paper.
  • Preheat oven at 200C.
  • Cook for 9-12 minutes.
  • Cool down on a rack.
  • Prepare the glue.
  • Whisk the white eggs until fluffy and add the icing sugar and food colouring.
  • Transfer the glue into a pipping seringue and use it to stick the house parts together.
  • Use the glue to stick the candies onto th house.
  • Let dry for 2 hours.

 

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