This looks to be something straight from Candy Crush Saga, but it's real, and it packs 36-million calories. Located at the Traditions Golf Club in the city of Bryan, this gingerbread house measures a massive 39,201.8 cubic feet, and contains 7,200 pounds (3,266 kg) of flour, 7,200 eggs, approximately 3,000 pounds (1,361 kg) of brown sugar, 1,800 pounds (816 kg) of butter and 22,304 pieces. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Gizmag reports that "the edible house required a building permit to go up and was built with traditional techniques, which include a solid foundation, wooden framing, and trusses. The interior of the house consists of two large rooms; one is used for storage and the other is decorated with candy canes and a fireplace where visitors can meet with Santa. Surprisingly no animals have tried to take a bite out of the sugary building, however it has attracted bees on warmer days."
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