McMansion Hell awards its annual prize for the best gingerbread McMansion!

Last year, McMansion Hell (previously) inaugurated its annual gingerbread McMansion competition, inviting America's bakers to challenge themselves to build the largest, most ostentatious, most ill-conceived McMansion in gingerbread form. Read the rest

Star Wars bakery crushes it with this gingerbread Imperial Star Destroyer

While I've been struggling to make a gingerbread house from a simple Trader Joe's kit, the instagrammers that call themselves the Star Wars Bakery have been busy creating this massive gingerbread Class-II Imperial Star Destroyer.

Their sweet, meticulously-iced warship was displayed at Stockholm, Sweden headquarters of EA DICE, the video game developer behind the Star Wars: Battlefront games series.

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Our creation is now standing at @ea.dice’s office in Stockholm 🚀 #Starwars #DICE #EAGames #gingerbread #christmas #starwarschristmas #stardestroyer

A post shared by Star Bakery 🍪 (@star_bakery_) on Dec 19, 2017 at 8:23am PST

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Yesterday we drove this beauty to @EA.dice in Stockholm. And it didn’t break 🙌🏼 | #starwars #dice #eagames #stardestroyer #gingerbread #christmas #starwarschristmas

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Thank you @EA.Dice for letting us use your hangar during the holidays. ❄️ And thank’s to all of you who’s been supporting our work! 🍪 May the force be with you! 🎅🏼 | #starwars #gingerbread #stardestroyer #darkside #starwarsbakery #christmas

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Father/son gingerbread Apple ][+

Nathan writes, "My son and I decided gingerbread houses were boring, so we built a gingerbread Apple II computer instead, including the interior with power supply, motherboard, and an expansion card." Read the rest

Star Trek Enterprise crashing, in gingerbread

Redditor justice recreated the crashing Enterprise from Star Trek Generations in gingerbread. Then Redditor nicholmikey promptly composited the sweet and spicy starship into the scene from the film, below. (via /r/pics)

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