Texas now home to the world’s largest gingerbread house

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BRYAN, TX – You know what we say in Texas, “Go Big or Go Home!”

Well the Lone Star State is now home to the World’s Largest Gingerbread house in Bryan.

Phillip Robertson with the Guinness World Records declared, “This house not only measures the estimate 38,000 cubic feet, but actually measures 39,201.8 ft. A new Guinness World Record.”

The sweet creation is the masterpiece of an executive chef, Michael Menchaca.

In order to beat the world record, the house must be edible on the outside!

And this one sure is.

But for as big as the gingerbread is, so is the calorie count.

This gingerbread house contains a whopping  35,823,400 calories.

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