Edible Fairy House

By: Amanda A from
Edible Fairy House
Edible Fairy House

"These adorable and edible fairy houses are a great craft to do with your kids on a quiet afternoon or Saturday morning. Grab 2 Strawberry Milkshake Pop-Tarts, 2 Honey Graham Crackers, separated into 4 pieces, Strawberry Frosting, sandwich bag or piping bag, small pretzel sticks, approximately 48 green leaf shaped sprinkles, mini flower icing decorations, green sugar and jimmies sprinkles, approximately 1 tsp of each, and miniature mushroom candy. Once completed, these pretend fairy houses are perfect to play with toys in or to eat after they are complete."

Primary TechniqueFood Crafting


Materials List

  • 2 Strawberry Milkshake Pop-Tarts
  • 2 Honey Graham Crackers, separated into 4 pieces
  • Strawberry Frosting (I used Pillsbury Creamy Supreme Strawberry Frosting, but you could use any flavor/brand frosting)
  • Plastic ziploc sandwich bag or piping bag
  • Small Pretzel Sticks, approximately 48
  • Green Leaf Shaped Sprinkles
  • Mini Flower Icing Decorations
  • Green sugar and jimmies sprinkles, approximately 1 tsp of each
  • Miniature mushroom candy


  1. Place the pop-tarts on a plate or cutting board, and cut the top corners off at an angle to form a peak at the top of the pop-tarts. On one of the pop-tarts cut a small door at the bottom.

  2. Next, drape a ziploc bag or piping bag over your hand and fill with some strawberry frosting. Cut the tip of the bag, and pipe some frosting on the outside edge of the back of the pop-tart with the door cut-out. Place graham crackers onto the frosting, and then add more frosting to the other end of the graham crackers, and attach the other pop-tart. Let sit for approximately 5-10 minutes to set, and allow the frosting to harden just a bit.

  3. Pipe frosting along the edges of the peak of the pop-tarts, and place graham crackers on both sides as the roof of the fairy house. Pipe more frosting in lines up and down the graham crackers, and begin placing pretzels onto the frosting.

  4. Pipe frosting down the middle of the roof, and decorate with leaf sprinkles and flower icing decorations.

  5. Last, pipe some frosting all around the bottom of the fairy house, and add some green sugar sprinkles and jimmies sprinkles to be the grass. Place some leaf sprinkles, flower icing decorations, and chocolate mushroom candies on top of the green sprinkles. Let sit for just a few minutes to allow the frosting to set again, and then enjoy!

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