Halloween Gingerbread House

Chloe’s Inspiration ~ Gingerbread Halloween Houses

I love watching those television shows at the holidays where they feature gingerbread house competitions. I came across a gingerbread haunted house on the internet, and started on a search for more of them. I only made a gingerbread house once, myself, but I may have to consider one of these for Halloween next year.

Halloween gingerbread house

                                                                             Source:  Wilton.com

If you don’t want to tackle the baking, Wilton offers pre-baked Gingerbread Haunted Houses, like this one.

                                                                                                                                                       Source: sweetopia.net
This house is only a facade, but is probably all you would need to set the mood and dress up a Halloween party table.


Gingerbread House
                                                                                                                                                  Source:  www.cutefoodforkids.com
The details on this house are so cute, the shingles on the roof, the cobweb and the witch’s pot.
Haunted House Cake by Wilton
                                                                                                                                                      Source:  www.australiaentertains.com.au
This one was actually a cake, but I thought it would be a great model for creating a Halloween Gingerbread House.


Gingerbread Halloween House

Source:   www.photos.ultimategingerbread.com

I especially like the Halloween trees surrounding this Gingerbread Haunted House.

Halloween Gingerbread House

                Source:   solvangbakery.blogspot.com

This cute little house is bright with Halloween colors and trimmed with candies.

Gingerbread Haunted House

                                                                        Source:  ohsugareventplanning.blogspot.com

This little house is incredible in detail, the eyes peering out of the windows and the intricate ‘wrought iron’ fence.

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