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14 LDS Temples Perfectly Recreated with Gingerbread

Gingerbread houses are a favorite Christmas tradition, but some talented confectioners have taken them to a whole new level! Check out some of our favorite gingerbread temple creations from over the years.

Salt Lake

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Above and below images from the Salt Lake Tribune of village created for the 2015 Festival of Trees

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Photo by Danielle B. Wagner, taken at the 2014 Festival of Trees

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Apparently, this LDS couple is an even bigger fan of gingerbread temples than we are and had this beautiful gingerbread Salt Lake Temple as their wedding cake.
Photo from grandfinalecakes.blogspot.com.

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Photo by Danielle B. Wagner, taken at the 2014 Festival of Trees

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Photo from flickr

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Photo from Pinterest

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Photo from marcandrachael.blogspot.com, displayed at the 2009 Thanksgiving Point Gingerbread Festival

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Photo from Krey's LDS Temple Page

Provo City Center

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Photo from the Daily Herald, built in January 2016 in honor of the Provo City Center Temple dedication

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Above and below photos from ksl.com, built in 2015 in honor of the beginning of the Provo City Center Temple open house

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Nauvoo

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Photo from justbeccuz.blogspot.com

Manti

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Photo by Danielle B. Wagner, taken at the 2014 Festival of Trees

Logan

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Photo from littlelaosontheprarie.org

Mt. Timpanogos

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Photo from Krey's LDS Temple Page

Bonus: 

Tabernacle on Temple Square

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Photo from the Mormon Trail Center at Historic Winter Quarters facebook page

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Photos courtesy of Gregory and Elizabeth Marsh

Handcart Pioneers

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Picture from the Gingerbread Festival at the Mormon Trail Center at Historic Winter Quarters facebook page