Edible ginger bread Christmas decorations. These cute Christmas decorations are sold separately. They are weather resistant and UV protected. Here are the following sizes for the Ginger breads: The size is the size of the actual character.
This year, I wanted to add some decorations to the front yard. Some gingerbread Christmas ornaments come ready-made with icing or in very pretty shapes, and you can't really improve them. Bonus Option: Totally Homemade Gingerbread Christmas Decorations (Not Edible Christmas Crafts!) These cute Christmas decorations are sold separately. You can cook Edible ginger bread Christmas decorations using 9 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Edible ginger bread Christmas decorations
- It's 150 g of butter.
- It's 120 g of light soft brown sugar.
- You need 7-8 tbsp of golden syrup.
- You need 350 g of plain flour.
- It's 1/2 tsp of bicarbonate of soda.
- You need 2 tsp of ground ginger.
- You need 5-6 of hard boiled sweets.
- It's of Some edible star dusts.
- Prepare of Some edible Christmas sugar paste.
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Edible ginger bread Christmas decorations instructions
- Pre heat oven 180c’.
- Add soft butter, golden syrup and light brown sugar into a mixing bowl. Stir until all mixture mixed well together..
- Add flour, bicarbonate of soda and ginger to a mixing bowl then stir together. Make a well in the centre and pour in the sugar and butter mixture. Use your hand stir together to form a dough.
- Wrap in clingfilm and let chill for 30mins to firm up..
- Lay the dough between two sheets of baking parchment. Press dough lightly with a rolling pin. Roll the dough until it’s about 1 cm thin.
- Using a biscuit cutter cut out the shapes and use a small circle cutter to cut the circle in the middle. Use bamboo stick or small knife prink a small hole on the top (this will be the hole that you will use the string to thread through to hang your biscuits on the Christmas tree later. Lay them on the baking tray with baking sheet lay on top..
- Break up some hard boiled sweet into fine pieces and put some of the sweet in the middle bit of the ginger biscuits. Bake at 190°C (170°C fan) mark 5 for 10 to 12min, until lightly golden brown..
- The biscuits won't be firm but will harden when left to cool outside the oven..
- When left to cool outside the oven. * Once they set and cool down. You can spray some star dust on then use some festive string to thread through and tie it up. Hang on Christmas tree and decorate on your Christmas and they smell incredible too!!.
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