How does the gingerbread man deal with the Issur of Chametz on Pesach, if he's made of leavened flour? Does he sell himself to a Goy? Doesn't this defeat the purpose of being free on Pesach, of Cheirus?
Apparently, you seem unfamiliar with the fairy tale of the Ginger Bread man. The Ginger Bread man was eaten by a fox. I could almost guarantee that even if the gingerbread didn't have time to rise, a fox would eat him within 18 minutes.