Christmas Biscuit Houses

How many kids do you have? Prep Time 20 minutes   Rated:


What was I thinking?? Well actually I was thinking I needed to film the cuteness of my grandy who is off to live in the USA in early January and is at such a lovely fun age, I needed to capture her on video now. Of course we had our cameraman Matt's daughter as well. She is a big Tenina fan, which is hilarious. Her screen time of choice when allowed is to watch the Tenina videos. LOVE IT.

Then we had the more experienced Sienna who is Bree's daughter. Bree is the piping queen and baking guru for all the lovely cake recipes you have been seeing of late.

Anyhoo, this project is super easy if you prep everything in advance. Have a little party and let the mess begin. The kids will just love it. The houses turned out super cute and of course, when that much sugar is involved, everyone but mum is happy. (Hours of quiet though, seriously, hours!)

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  • 6 Nice biscuits per house
  • 1 Batch Royal Icing ready to go Recipe
  • 1 candy cane per house
  • assorted lollies, tiny teddies, sugar decorations as desired
  • Icing sugar for snow



Spread some of the Royal Icing on plates and assemble the houses by glueing them together with the icing. They will only take a few minutes to set pretty solid.


If you are piping anything on the sides or roof, then it is a good idea to do it before assembly.


Then let the kids have at it. Decorate away.


Finish with a generous dusting of icing sugar snow which makes everything OK.

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