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Gingerbread House Wafer Paper

SKU #36WP251
Availability: In Stock
Gingerbread houses are an iconic symbol of the holiday season. Making a gingerbread house is no small project. We have a sweet new solution to making a quick and festive gingerbread house. We use our Gingerbread House Wafer Paper and apply it to a gingerbread cookie in the shape of a house. The result, a beautiful gingerbread house cookie. We hope you like this take on a traditional gingerbread house!

One set of 10 images. House images are 4" x 3".

We used our Gingerbread House Cookie Cutter # 42AC28 for the cookie shape under the wafer paper.

Complete illustrated instructions for applying wafer paper to your cookies is provided with each wafer paper order. It is really easy and just takes a few steps. Leave yourself a bit of time for the process and cutting out the wafer paper designs.

We recommend our No Fail Sugar Cookie Recipe. Cut out desired shape and, after baking and cooling off, frost with White Royal Icing # ROYAL7, let dry and adhere with a thin layer of Light Karo Corn Syrup or our Clear Writing Gel # CKCL.

Note* All edible items, such as these, are non-returnable.
What is Wafer Paper?
Wafer paper is made of dehydrated potato starch, water and vegetable oil. The thin edible paper is then pre-printed with food-safe dyes. Wafer paper is tasteless and does not "melt" into the frosting, it will remain as a thin sheet of edible paper on top of your sweet confection.

Click here to view or print our PDF file with instructions on how to apply wafer paper to a cookie.

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Could not resist making these
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Dec 21, 2017  |  By Mildred Guzzo-Amatrudo
When I first saw these in the catalog, I knew I had to make them. Of course they are a little more effort than just a plain old regular butter cookie, but the wafer paper is easy to apply to an iced cookie, then add more royal icing decorations and sprinkles. You can get creative.
Mildred Guzzo-Amatrudo

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