STORY & PHOTOS KELSEY CORCORAN
Using the gingerbread man recipe shown above make a batch of gingerbread batter and roll into a large thin disc.
Cut out the sides of the house at 2 X 1 and a quarter inches by 1 and a half inches
Cut out the Roof 2 X 2 and a quarter inch by 1 and a half inches
Cut out the front and back 2 X 2 and a quarter inch and cut out a triangle for the roof. In the centre cut out a door the width of the side of your mug.
Put on baking paper and bake for 10 minutes Let cool.
Put icing into a piping bag and assemble your house.
Decorate the roof and front of your house.
Add to the side of your mug and enjoy with hot chocolate
A gingerbread house for the Edge of your Mug
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