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Watch the creation of the 2013 White House Gingerbread House
This year’s 300 pound, edible replica of the White House sits on life-size, custom hearth made of cookies.
Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 11:52 PM
Screen shot of White House Gingerbread House
Each year the White House decorates for Christmas
in a big way. One holiday tradition is for the White House pastry chef and a team to create a replica of the White House, gingerbread style.
The White House blog shared a time-lapse video that covers the many weeks of work that went into the making of the 2013 White House Gingerbread House. The end product is impressive.
The hearth is made from 1,200 Springerle Cookies, a type of cookie that’s pressed into a mold to create an embossed design. You can make your own with the White House Springerle cookie recipe
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