Sprinkle Gingerbread House

Complete House

Sprinkles make everything more fun, even your holiday gingerbread house. For ease, start with a pre-assembled house; all the icing, bags and tips you’ll need are included with the kit.

Adding rainbow nonpareils turns this iconic holiday centerpiece into a kaleidoscope of color.

How to Make a Sprinkle Gingerbread House


– Pre-assembled Petite Gingerbread House Kit
– Piping Gel
– Rainbow Nonpareils

– 9 in. Angled Spatula

Step 1- Attach sprinkles to roof.
With spatula, spread a thin coat of piping gel on roof panel; sprinkle rainbow nonpareils and press to adhere. Repeat on second roof panel.
Step 2 – Attach sprinkles to house.
Working on one section of house at a time, spread piping gel on front, back and sides of house, avoiding front door area; sprinkle nonpareils and press to adhere.

Step 3 – Decorate roof. Fill disposable decorating bag with tip and icing. Divide each roof panel into fourths; pipe 5 rows of scallops, about ½ in. deep. Repeat on second roof panel. Pipe zigzags on roof peak.

Step 4 – Decorate house front.
Outline and fill in arched front door, about 1 in. wide x 1¼ in. tall; smooth with spatula. Outline door; pipe dot for door knob. Outline 1 in. square windows above and on either side of door; add lines for window panes.

Step 5 – Decorate windows on sides of house.
Outline a 2 ¾ in. wide x 1 in. tall window on both sides of house; add lines for window panes.

Step 6 – Add house details. Pipe zigzags on all corners of the house and the house eaves. Pipe icicles along roof edges.

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Sylvia Collins

Sylvia Collins

Hello! I'm Sylvia Collins, a fervent cake lover, recipe creator, and the heart behind my beloved cake recipes blog. For over a decade, I've been on a sweet journey, dedicating my life to the art of cake baking and sharing my passion through my writings. My adventure began with a simple love for cakes and an insatiable desire to express my creativity through baking.