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The Alma-nac Gingerbread House was Created to Raise Funds for a Hospital

By: Ana Lopez - Published: • References: alma-nac & mymodernmet
If you have a sweet tooth, then you'll probably find the 10-foot tall tasty Alma-nac Gingerbread House irresistible. Commissioned by The Brunswick Center, the architectural firm Alma-nac designed a sweet crib to raise funds for the London The Great Ormond Street Children Hospital.

With over 2,500 gingerbread titles and 144lbs of chocolate ganache, this edible edification was eaten by kids and their parents in over three days. Icing, marshmallows, popcorn and Belgian waffles are some of the tempting ingredients that made this house a total success. I could go on listing the incredible interactive edible details and scrumptious foods used to build this house, but I don't want to induce a food coma on anyone.

The Alma-nac Gingerbread House was so good that even the leftovers were used to help grow apple trees. Stats for Edible Charity Cribs Trending: Older & Chilly
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