IKEA launches a gingerbread house

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IKEA launches a gingerbread house in Australia – complete with edible patterns from the most popular furniture

  • Sweden’s iconic Christmas decorations have finally arrived at national Ikea stores
  • The ‘Vintersaga’ House is made with delicious baked gingerbread dough
  • Assemble the gingerbread house with icing and follow the instructions on the package
  • Then decorate the tasty house with the sweet treats your heart desires










Sweden’s most iconic Christmas decorations have arrived just in time for the holidays.

The ‘Vintersaga’ Gingerbread House has officially arrived in Australian stores – all you have to do is make frosting and add sweet treats to decorate.

Every edible Ikea home is made with delicious, freshly baked gingerbread dough that everyone will love.

Gingerbread House ‘Vintersaga’ [pictured] has officially arrived in the store for purchase, all you need to do is make icing and add sweet treats to decorate

To start assembling the festive family favorite, combine the gingerbread pieces with the icing, following the package instructions.

Once the house is assembled, allow the icing and gingerbread fixtures to sit at room temperature and dry.

Finally finished decorating your tasty home with the sweet treats your heart desires.

How to make gingerbread house icing:

Start assembling the festive family favorite, adding the gingerbread pieces together with the icing, following the package instructions

Start assembling the festive family favorite, adding the gingerbread pieces together with the icing, following the package instructions

Ingredients:

  • 250 g icing sugar
  • 1 egg white
  • 5 ml lemon juice/vinegar

Method:

  1. Start by combining 250g icing sugar and 1 egg white in a bowl.
  2. Stir the two together and slowly begin to add 5 ml of lemon juice or vinegar to the mixture.
  3. Combine the ingredients together until a smooth, thick white paste appears.
  4. Finally, pour the icing into a piping bag and begin assembling the gingerbread house.

Traditionally, during the Swedish winter, families gathered to make their homes cozy by making Christmas decorations.

In addition, the Swedish families enjoyed good food together, such as gingerbread.

Last Christmas, the Swedish furniture brand launched their own gingerbread edible flat-pack bake at home furniture.

Ikea now has bake-at-home kits to make gingerbread furniture in time for Christmas

Ikea now has bake-at-home kits to make gingerbread furniture in time for Christmas

The gingerbread furniture was part of Ikea’s Christmas offerings and featured bite-sized designs of some of their most iconic pieces.

Just some of the gingerbread pieces in the furniture are a bed, an armchair and a bookcase.

The replica furniture looks great once assembled – and there’s always room for some artistic flair with books, pillows and table decorations that can be easily made from leftover dough.

The images are easy to make and good for the whole family, according to Ikea

The images are easy to make and good for the whole family, according to Ikea

The furniture comes out as bite-sized versions of the brand's most popular furniture designs

The furniture comes out as bite-sized versions of the brand’s most popular furniture designs

The furniture sets are free on the company’s website and come with assembly instructions, just like the popular flat-pack furniture.

There are six designs in total, including the Malm bed frame, Rens rug, Strandmon armchair, Billy bookcase, Lack table and Jokkmokk table and chairs.

Ikea says the furniture turns the humble gingerbread house into a gingerbread house.

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