Posts Tagged ‘William Sonoma’
The secret is out!! This is the hands down BEST yummiest gingerbread mix ever. You will love it so stock up now. It also comes in gluten free so really, everyone can enjoy this special treat.Among its all-natural ingredients are the world’s finest spices: aromatic Saigon cinnamon, nutmeg from Indonesia and spicy Madagascar cloves. Bits of crystallized ginger add a pungent sweetness to each bite. Enjoy the bread just out of the oven for a wonderful wintertime dessert. This wonderful gingerbread is sold by Williams-Sonoma. Regular gingerbread and Gluten-free gingerbread.
Exclusive this year from William – Sonoma is this Gingerbread Estate that is an edible architectural wonder. Meticulously built and decorated by hand so that no two are quite alike, the all-natural gingerbread structure is bedecked with peppermint balls.
- Made with all-natural, traditional gingerbread.
- Delightfully surprising details, including royal-icing window shutters and entryway lanterns.
- Can be personalized with a name or message up to eight characters.
- 25 3/4″ x 20″ x 18 1/2″ high.
- Made in USA.
We were at the William Sonoma store a couple days ago and they just received the limited edition Gingerbread Cookie Mix in a super cute tin. The comforting aroma of fresh-baked Gingerbread is synonymous with wintertime celebrations so it is time to start the baking of Gingerbread cookies. The cookie mix contains ingredients like fine-ground ginger, Korintje cinnamon from Indonesia, premium molasses and cloves. Preparation is easy enough for the entire family to take part: Just add butter and eggs. I plan to whip up a batch of these tasty treats this coming weekend – yummy.
We were at the William Sonoma store a couple days ago and they just received the limited edition Gingerbread Man cake pan. It is a nonstick baking pan that transforms Gingerbread Men from the traditional flat cookies to delicious little cakes. Pan bakes six individual Gingerbread Men shaped cakes with their familiar outline and three-dimensional detail so you can catch them right out of the oven and add currants for eyes and cherries for buttons. I plan to whip up a batch of these tasty cakes this coming weekend.