Gingerbread House: Sara's Cooking Class

Gingerbread House: Sara's Cooking Class

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You don’t have to live in a fairy tale to make a delish gingerbread house. Sara’s back in the kitchen, cooking up some seasonal delights. Would you like something sweet and a little spicy at the same time? Of course you would. This gingerbread is easy to make and tastes incredible…plus you can amaze your friends with your incredible gingerbread house creation. Follow Sara’s simple instructions through the process; make sure to get your measurements right so your gingerbread tastes great. Mix the ingredients for the gingerbread and assemble your house carefully. Next, use candies to decorate your house beautifully. Complete each level quickly for bonus points. Once you’ve done a trial run, how about making a real gingerbread house with your mom? Delish!

Date Added: 2015-08-24

Category: Cooking Games

Played 1494 times

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