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Gingerbread houses are a popular Christmas activity among families, whether they are with their parents, grandparents, or both! However, for as long as anybody can remember, these delectable, festive bread houses have been a mainstay of the holiday season. Where did they originate? Who was the brains behind the concept? To find out, we’ll have to follow the ghost of a Christmas gone by into the history of Gingerbread House Day!
You’re going to love Gingerbread House Day, whether you think yourself an expert at making gingerbread houses or you’re the type who eats half of your work halfway through. After all, whether you succeeded to convert it into a work of art or not, we can all agree that the finest part of the process is eating the wonderful gingerbread and ornaments. Gingerbread House Day is a wonderful opportunity to get the family together, have some fun, and, most importantly, eat some delicious and festive gingerbread.