Gingerbread Nativity (Caffè Torino)

by Marianne Aubert
(San José, Costa Rica)

gingerbread nativity

gingerbread nativity

Each year, the "Nativity" is a very special part of our gingerbread village, as it symbolizes the true meaning of Christmas.

The walls and roofs of the stable are covered with all bran cereal,brown sugar and cinnamon, making it look like wood and straw.

The Virgin Mary, Joseph and Jesus are made out of rolled fondant, as well as the star, and the sheep are gingerbread cookies with white icing.

It looks very nice in the middle of the village, and as I said, gives the whole meaning to it.

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Dec 14, 2010
We now sell nativity cookie cutters
by: Kelly

Due to many requests, we now sell nativity cookie cutters on this site!

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