The Food52 Gingerbread House Glue post promises to help readers put delectable cookie-stacked structures together. According to the entry, the paste is rock solid, cementing slabs of ginger snaps together without the need for touch ups.
This recipe produces enough of the faux glue for a single gingerbread house. In order to make the mixture, all one needs are three large egg whites, cream of tartar and powdered sugar.
After blending the ingredients together, the guide recommends using a piping bag to apply the white adhesive to the four edible walls. Depending on how the structure turns out, it can be continuously applied until the posts stand up straight. For those with limited amounts of time in the kitchen, this will make Christmas decor a bit easier.
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