One of my favorite treats as a kid were those gingerbread ice cream sandwiches that always came out during the holidays.
Sometimes, they'd even be filled with Peppermint ice cream!
Source: 24/7 News
(Undated) -- Get out the gum drops and icing and polish off your decorating skills, because it's Gingerbread House Day.
The Christmas novelty became popular in the 16th century because of the Hansel and Gretel tale, about two kids who came across a house in a forest made entirely of candy.
When making one, you can be as creative as possible, and use as many sugary treats as you want.
Aside from gum drops, some popular choices are peppermints, jelly beans, M&M's and sprinkles.
You can buy a gingerbread house kit from the store, or you can bake the gingerbread yourself to make your home smell good for the holiday season.