Frequently Asked Questions

Thank you for all the inquiries! We tried to answer all the questions but just in case we didn’t, here are some frequently asked questions:

    • Are the gingerbread masjid kits on sale?
      Pre-orders will open Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at 1 pm (cst)
    •  How much are the kits?
    • Do you ship out of the U.S/internationally?
      Currently, we are only able to ship in the USA
    • Where do we ship from?
      Lawrence, Kansas
    • How much is does shipping cost?
      For 2021, Shipping is Free
    • When will you ship the products?
      All Gingerbread Masjid products will be shipped the week of April 19, 2021
    • Once shipped, what is the eta?
      We mail the goodies using Priority Mail, it should take 1 – 3 business days. In shaa Allah.
    • Allergen information:
      Butter, eggs, flour, spices, sugar, molasses
    • Do the Gingerbread Masjid kits come with instructions?
      Yes they do ?
    •  What is secubit?
      Secubit (pronounced: suh-choo-bit) is Indonesian/ Malysian  for “a pinch of”.
    • Is the gingerbread masjid edible?
      Yes it is, and it tastes yummy! ?
    • Will the gingerbread stay fresh during shipment?
      In shaa Allah! We have packed the yummy pieces of gingerbread so it will stay fresh! 

If the answer to your question is not available above please feel free to email us at

2 thoughts on “Frequently Asked Questions

  • April 30, 2021 at 7:50 am

    Does the kit need to be refrigerated if we don’t plan to make it right away?

    • May 1, 2021 at 8:32 am

      Salam! Thanks for your comment! Not necessarily. If you are keeping it for an extended time like 6 months or more you can freeze the cookies. If you are planning to build it on Eid you can simply store the unopened cookies in a room temperature space. If your cookies have been opened, you can store them in a zip lock bag to keep its moisture and to keep it away from ants, similar bugs, or little hands :). Once you have built the masjid you can keep it out for at least 1 week and it would still be edible (we have tried it ourselves). Just cover as necessary so it does not collect dust overnight and to be aware of any ants. If you have any additional questions please reach out via email at or DM us on Instagram or Facebook. Thank you!

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