This stunning three foot long gingerbread Last Supper was made by Gonzuela's Cakes. Jesus and the Apostles are modeling chocolate and gum paste. The gingerbread is covered in fondant.
WOW!!! Believe it or not, that is a gingerbread house! This mind boggling masterpiece was created by The Cookie Architect. It features Sleeping Beauty’s Castle, Princess Aurora, Prince Phillip, and Maleficent in her dragon form. Sleeping Beauty’s Castle is based on the gate house at Bayside Cemetery. This masterpiece won First Place in King Arthur Flour’s Gingerbread House Contest.
Rebecca used ground bay leaves to color the roof green. She used an egg wash that she had died green to stick the ground bay leaves to the roof and then cleaned off the excess.
The detail is amazing!
Prince Phillip facing Maleficent.
I love how you can see Sleeping Beauty in the background.
Each Christmas Season, Darcy from the Infinite Yums makes a gingerbread masterpiece for charity. Last year, she made this stunning Ewok Village. This year, Darcy made a gingerbread village that combines Doctor Who and Whoville from Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Who Stole Christmas.
The results are magical:
One thing that I love about Darcy’s gingerbread villages is that she includes Easter Eggs in them. For this one, Darcy included the Grinch, K9, and Amy Pond (as a child).
The Grinch Who Stole Christmas
Here are some pictures of this amazing gingerbread creation being made:
The Gang’s All Here
The Fab Four
Doctor Who meets the Headless Horseman.