Cookbook Giveaway!!! No-Bake Gingerbread Houses

You may remember this No-Bake Haunted Mansion I yakked about here, from the No-Bake Gingerbread Houses site by Lisa Anderson, author of No-Bake Gingerbread Houses for Kids. Well, the author sent me a copy, and I love this darling book so much, I shamelessly requested more for you!

This book is perfect for anyone, young or old, with even a passing fancy in edible crafting. Learn to easily build houses, cottages, castles, huts, bungalows and more using graham crackers, cookies, ice cream cones, waffle bowls and candy. Sure, gingerbread houses are apt as we countdown to Christmas, but the beauty of this book is its year-round appeal. Projects include a fairy tree house, a mermaid palace, a Dutch windmill (with candy tulips!), a big red barn (with sunflowers and sheep!), a Caribbean bungalow, a Tiki hut, an igloo… Just a sampling, all with step-by-step how-tos. And the No-Bake Gingerbread Houses site is full of ideas to get you started.


Leave a comment before Sunday, November 21, midnight EST, and I’ll chose TWO winners randomly to get a copy of No-Bake Gingerbread Houses for Kids.

US addresses only, please!


  1. says

    I collect gingerbread men and love to bake gingerbread houses with my kids every December. Would LOVE to win this book.
    Thanks for the chance.
    ~Jen Unsell

  2. Nikki Pacheco Theard says

    My family would love this book for the many ways to express their affection for Gingerbread during the upcoming Holiday season. No-bake is even sweeter for their hectic schedules. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of No-Bake Gingerbread Houses.

  3. Paula L. says

    This book would be amazing to have! I would definitely like to win this and try some of the projects and use them as centerpieces for the table at Christmas. Maybe even have family help me out!

  4. says

    We love gingerbread houses in our home. A no-bake one sounds fantastic, especially this year since we are in the process of moving. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

  5. Sondra says

    I was just telling my boyfriend that it would be fun for his nieces and nephews to each decorate their own gingerbread houses and have a contest. This book would be perfect.

  6. Heather L says

    This looks like such a FUN book! My 3-year old has been asking to make a gingerbread house but I just don’t have the energy to do it from scratch with a new baby!

  7. says

    Oh, how neat is this! Would luv to have this book and work side-by-side with my 8 grandchildren building houses together.
    Thank U 4 this wonderful opportunity.

  8. Fallon says

    what a great way to spend some time with the kiddos! PLUS they feel like they are helping decorate!

  9. Wendy Lynch says

    Year round gingerbread houses? I love the idea!! The project ideas are just piling up thinking about it!

  10. Caitlin says

    I would love this book, I love making gingerbread houses with my friends, and stuff, I don’t have a lot of free time on my hands with school and such, but this would be a great gift.

  11. Brittany says

    Oh wow. What a unique idea for a blog site.. with all of the gingerbread ideas… my favorite activity with my mom is to create a gingerbread house.. last year I made a vienna finger roof…HIGHLY RECOMMEND:).. this year I think I may have to expand ..and create some gingerbread trees..maybe a garage… some fondant snowmen! I even recently saw a place with gingerbread house poptarts..interesting!

  12. Jenna says

    Adorable!!!! I love making gingerbread houses and was going to make one with my daughter this year!

  13. Sarah says

    Reminds me of my favorite teacher, we made a gingerbread town, with my mom she instilled my creative spirit. I enjoy baking and making creative activities with my sons, it is great quality time, they will remember.

  14. Karridi says

    My kids would really like this, and so would my husband and I! Sounds like a book for a very fun family project :)

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