Friday, December 14, 2018

Check Out This Whataburger Gingerbread House

Posted By on Fri, Dec 14, 2018 at 1:07 PM

If you love something, make a gingerbread house of it?

At least that's what one San Antonian did.

Elizabeth Gonzalez shared a photo of this very Texan gingerbread house on Twitter this week. That's right, a Whataburger gingerbread house.
Her ode to Whataburger includes the classic orange and white striped roof, made out of fondant, as well as a miniature menu and drive-thru lane.

Gonzalez said she works as a sales manager at a hotel and that there's an annual contest between the different departments to see who can make the best gingerbread house. She said her department is always eating Whataburger, so they decided to go with a Texas theme this year. She and three coworkers created this Texas beauty.

The hotel displayed the houses and let guests vote on which one was the best with $1 tickets going toward the St. Jude Foundation.

No word on whether it actually tastes like gingerbread or if it somehow tastes like the Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit. Now that would be a super sweet gingerbread house.

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