With the holidays coming up one thing that many people may remember or be familiar with is making a Gingerbread House. Some years we have done really well and completed a sturdy looking house while other years after walls falling in the house would be devoured prior to completing construction.
In any event it has been a few years since we have made a Gingerbread House at home because we have not found a GF kit. Pete Bronski of No Gluten No Problem has made one from scratch and you can find the recipe on his site (Bronski Gingerbread House).
My wife and daughter were up in Orange County and found a GF bakery called Sensitive Sweets. And what did they find while they were there? You guessed it - A GF Gingerbread House Kit.
It is GF, Dairy free, Nut free, Egg free and Soy free. They got the basic version for 30 dollars. It includes the walls, roof, icing and some plastic decorations - the deluxe has all of the gumdrops and other candies.
You can order online and have it shipped to you.
It looks good and the kids can't wait to make it. I'll have to update this page with a picture when we complete the project.
The Un-Gluten Guy