Texas Aggies Build the World's Largest Gingerbread House

(Photo: Traditions Club)

The Traditions Club is a golf course and country club operated by Texas A&M University. It’s now in the Guinness Book of World Records for building the world’s largest gingerbread house.

It’s made of 1,800 pounds of butter, 7,200 eggs, 7,200 pounds of flour, 3,000 pounds of brown sugar and 22,304 pieces of candy. It’s a 36,000,000 calorie home that has all of the necessary building permits, including approval from the local fire department. This full-sized house has an internal volume of 39,201.8 cubic feet.

It’s now open to the public. As of yesterday, admission fees and donations have raised $150,000 for a hospital trauma center.

-via Roadtrippers

P.S. By the way, Texas Longhorns, how is your own gingerbread house coming along?

Oh. Well, you tried.


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