Gingerbread House Icing

Gingerbread House Icing created by Billy Green

Saved this recipe from a parent workshop with my oldest daughter. Very easy to whip up, and the kids LOVED to taste it along the way!! Used whatever leftover icing to "glue" gingerbread house ingredients with a clean popsticle stick to an empty 8oz. milk carton.

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  • In a large clean bowl, beat egg whites and cream of tartar with electric mixer at medium speed.
  • Add powdered sugar in small amounts, mixing well on high speed after each addition.
  • Beat on high speed 4-5 minutes or until mixture thickens.
  • Refrigerate, covered, until ready to use.
  • You may need to stir icing to soften before use.
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"Saved this recipe from a parent workshop with my oldest daughter. Very easy to whip up, and the kids LOVED to taste it along the way!! Used whatever leftover icing to "glue" gingerbread house ingredients with a clean popsticle stick to an empty 8oz. milk carton."

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  1. hobochan
    I tried this as written and it turned out perfectly. 5 stars. This time today, I crossed my fingers, dared, and replaced half of the powdered sugar with Swerve, a sugar-free confectioner's sugar. It worked out GREAT! This will always be my go-to. Thanks!
  2. The Good D.
    The house will be siting out in the house should i use powdered egg white verses regular egg white, i dont want it to mold/go bad etc.
  3. suzbunker
    How many houses will this decorate?
  4. Hoover P.
    I can't find the receipt for the ginger bread or the instructions for putting then together???
  5. Billy Green
    Gingerbread House Icing Created by Billy Green
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