Inside Kris Jenner’s expensive gifted gingerbread house tradition – from how much they cost to who gets them

CELEBRATING the holidays is a huge deal for the Kardashian-Jenner clan, but matriarch Kris Jenner might take it most seriously.

In addition to starting the tradition of hosting extravagant Christmas parties for friends and family, she gifts her loved ones over-the-top gingerbread houses each year – and the edible decorations come at a high price.

Even though Kris has since handed the holiday party hosting gig onto her oldest daughters, Kim Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian, she still makes sure to gift the showy gingerbread houses every holiday season.

The gingerbread houses are made in the Solvang Bakery in Solvang, California, which is known as “The Danish Capital of America."

The personalized confections have been spotted in the Kardashian-Jenner homes since at least 2016, and the family seems to get even more excited about them with each new season.


It’s certainly sweet to be on Kris’ nice list, and of course, all her children make the cut. 

In 2020, Kim showed off her house on her Instagram Story and it was a treat for the whole family, as it donned the names of every member of the Kardashian-West household, which included Kim and Kanye, plus their four kids, daughters North and Chicago and sons Saint and Psalm.

"Thank you so much mom, you always know how to make me and my kids feel so welcome and bring the holiday cheer,” she wrote at the time.

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Khloe Kardashian also got a house with True’s name and Tristan’s name written on it.

During the 2020 holidays, Tristan and Khloe seemed to be building their relationship back up after a tumultuous ride, but they have since parted ways once again as Tristan is involved in a paternity suit with another woman.

Kourtney showed off her 2020 gingerbread house on social media as well, which had the names of her three children on it, with whom she shares with ex Scott Disick.

The biggest change this year is certainly with Kourtney’s gingerbread house, as Kris added the names of her children and Kourtney’s soon-to-be stepchildren, Landon and Atiana.

Also included was her name along with fiancé Travis Barker’s name.

The Poosh founder and Blink-182 drummer got engaged in October after publicly dating for less than a year.

And while fans were concerned about Scott’s exclusion from the Christmas tradition, he revealed his present on December 10, which donned his name along with his kids’.

“Just put the fire on,” he captioned his snapshot of the gift.

Scott has not taken Kourtney’s plans to walk down the aisle with Travis lightly, as shown in his leaked diss of their very public PDA.

However, the exes are trying to keep it “civil” over the holidays, according to a source for Life & Style. 

The Kardashian kids have also picked up on their mother’s tradition, as Khloe once sent a gingerbread house to former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak-Biermann and her family. 

“This seriously has only been in my house maybe for 15 hours from the amazing Khloe and where are all these little candies going? The presents are missing!” she admitted when thanking Khloe for the gift in 2017, per People. 

Khloe also sent Vanessa Bryant a gingerbread house in 2020 and displayed the names of her late husband and daughter, NBA star Kobe Bryant and Gigi Bryant, on the house with the rest of her children’s names.


The elaborate gingerbread houses gifted by the Kardashian family cost a pretty penny.

While the Solvang Bakery offers handmade cottages for as low as $225, a “traditional” manor that lights up, as some of the ones gifted by Kris do, cost a staggering $1,450.

Of course, these are far from traditional gingerbread homes. 

In addition to being lit up, the manors are furnished with gingerbread sofas andan icing rug so the gingerbread men and women who live inside the home can relax comfortably. 

The manors include six names, but more can be added along with a gingerbread person for each name for an additional $6.

The manor is approximately 13 inches long and 14.5 inches tall, while the actual base for the home is about 18.5 inches long and 13.5 inches wide.

Solvang Bakery recommends ordering a house meant for the winter holidays by early October.

This year, they were “overflowing with orders” by November 6 and temporarily closed their order forms. 

“We are extremely grateful for all of the love and support for our gingerbread houses,” a post to their Instagram said.

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