Gingerbread houses a cute and fun to decorate. However, here is a quick and easy way to make a “gingerbread” house. My daughter, her husband and I made these easy graham cracker houses about two years ago. I loved them so much I actually sprayed each of them with a clear coat of shellac-type spray paint to try to seal them so I could keep them for many years! We were not planning on eating them so we cheated a little and hot-glued the graham crackers together first and then had fun decorating them with royal icing and many different kinds of candies and marshmallows. I think they turned out super cute and it only took about two hours total to make them. It was fun to see how we each put our individual touches on our houses.
Last year I displayed them on my coffee table and this year they are on my kitchen countertop.