Gingerbread House Using Kellogg's Rice Krispies - Toronto Teacher Mom

Gingerbread House Using Kellogg's Rice Krispies

Tuesday, December 11, 2012


As a member of the Kelloggers Network, I was sent a couple of boxes of Rice Krispies and decorations to create some festive edibles such as ornaments. I decided to try something different and attempted a gingerbread house of sorts. As you can see, the structural stability of said house remains questionable. In hindsight, I should have allowed the roof to harden a bit more before placing on the walls of the house. The lack of architectural planning resulted in immediate consumption, much to my dismay.


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22 COMMENTS

  1. Very creative! I bet it tastes delicious too!

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  2. If at first you don't succeed - eat it and try again!! I've been meaning to try a Rise Krispie house for years but have yet to deviate from our gingerbread house - that of course nobody ever would eat.....

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  3. Interesting idea... hope you enjoyed the feast!!

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  4. What a cool activity to do with kids. Yummy too.

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  5. Great job!
    I haven't made anything yet, I need more time in my days!

    Tammi
    My Organized Chaos

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  6. Hah! Good try at any rate - I cannot imagine it would be EASY in any sort of way to create a Krispie house! I am impressed it looks as great as it does!

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  7. You certainly did a great job! The gingerbread house looks so beautiful and of course yummy!:) Thanks for hosting.

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  8. looks very yummy! such a creative idea too :)

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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  9. That's pretty detailed. Good job on the piping.

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  10. Those are awesome - very impressive.

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  11. What a cute house. Looks so yummy! :)

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  12. A little sunken roof just adds to the charm! ;-)
    Jamie
    http://chatterblossom.blogspot.com/

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  13. now, i'm hungry looking on it.. taste delicious. :)


    Rebecca

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  14. I'd much prefer that over a regular gingerbread house, THIS one I'd happily eat!

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  15. The question is, will the house be eaten? Sorry, for my tardiness with my comments this week. Thanks for linking up with me this week. Hope to see you again next week.

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  16. Check you out, Miss Crafty! I still have to break out my Kellogg's box and get creative. But you've raised the bar here

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