Welcome to Day 4 of the “SIR CHOC” Book Tour! @bakeandwrite @4WillsPub @4WP11 @RRBC_Org #RRBC!!

Anyone hungry for dessert? AND a great story? I’m thrilled to host author Robbie Cheadle and Day 4 of @4WillsPub’s Book Tour for…

Before we get to her post, may I just say that Robbie’s giveaways are really something!

(7) Paperback copies / 1 of ea book in the series

and

(2) $15 Amazon gift cards

Please leave Robbie a comment anywhere along the tour for your chance to win one of these awesome prizes.

Take it away, Robbie!

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Sir Chocolate Books – Sir Chocolate and the Condensed Milk River Story and Cookbook!!

Sir Chocolate and the Condensed Milk River story and cookbook tells the tale of the drying up of the condensed milk river, leaving the fish and water creatures suffering in the shallow pools that remain, and the villagers without a ‘water’ source.

Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet need to do something to save the village and the fish and other creatures. Who can help them? The trolls, of course. Another story that highlights the theme of acceptance of others regardless of their appearance.

How to make a cute cow out of fondant

Step 1 – Make the head by rolling an oval shape out of white fondant. Use your fingers to flatten the forehead and lengthen the snout. Use a small ball tool to make the eye sockets. Roll two eyes from small pieces of black fondant and glue them into the eye sockets using edible sugar glue.

Step 2 – Roll two small ovals of white fondant for the ears. Flatten them slightly by smoothing them with your fingers. Attach them on either side of the head using edible sugar glue.

Step 3 – Roll two triangular shapes from cream fondant. Use your fingers to shape them into a horn shape and attach them to the top of the head using edible sugar glue. Roll three narrow tubes of black fondant for the fringe and attach them to the forehead as per the picture.

Step 4 – Roll a large oval from white fondant for the body and set aside. Cut out a few thin black circles from rolled out fondant. Use cornflour to stop the fondant from sticking to the rolling pin. Gently pull the circles into slightly varied shapes and attach them to the body using edible sugar glue. Role a long, narrow but from white fondant and attach to the back of the body for the tail.

Step 6 – Roll four oblongs from white fondant for the legs. Make sure they are all the same length and width. Carefully insert a toothpick through the centre of each leg. If it loses its shape slightly, use your fingers to smooth it back into shape. Use a pair of wire cutters to snip the toothpick to approximately 1 centimetre remains sticking up. Roll four balls of black fondant and flatten them. Glue them to the bottom of the legs to form the hooves.

Step 7 – Using light pink fondant, roll an oval shape. Flatten it using your finger and squeeze the middle slightly to create a dent on the top and bottom of the snout. Use a small ball tool to make the nostrils. Attach to the front of the cow’s face using edible sugar glue.

Step 8 – Leave the constructed head, body, and legs to harden overnight. Attach the legs to the underside of the body using edible sugar glue. Attach the head to the front of the body and use a cup or other item to support the head until it dries. If you don’t do this, the heavy head will droop forward and tear a long rut in the top of the body.

BOOK TRAILER: https://youtu.be/Kxq0APHylJE

BOOK BLURB:

The Condensed Milk River where Sir Chocolate goes fishing has stopped flowing. The water creatures are losing their homes. Can Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet solve this problem? Five lovely new recipes are also included.

AUTHOR BIO:

Robbie Cheadle is a children’s author and poet.

The Sir Chocolate children’s picture books, co-authored by Robbie and Michael Cheadle, are written in sweet, short rhymes which are easy for young children to follow and are illustrated with pictures of delicious cakes and cake decorations. Each book also includes simple recipes or biscuit art directions which children can make under adult supervision.

Robbie has also published books for older children which incorporate recipes that are relevant to the storylines.

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To follow along with the rest of the tour, please visit the author’s tour page on the 4WillsPublishing site. If you’d like to schedule your own blog tour and have your book promoted in similar grand fashion, please click HERE. Thanks for supporting this author and her work!

SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:

Robbie Cheadle

Website

https://www.robbiecheadle.co.za/

Blog

https://robbiesinspiration.wordpress.com/

TSL Books Author Page

Goodreads

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/15584446.Robbie_Cheadle

Twitter

PURCHASE LINKS:

TSL Publications (paper back is available at a discounted price):

Lulu.com (ebook):

Amazon (paper back and ebook):

Thanks, all, for visiting! Onward!

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22 thoughts on “Welcome to Day 4 of the “SIR CHOC” Book Tour! @bakeandwrite @4WillsPub @4WP11 @RRBC_Org #RRBC!!

  1. Dear Robbie, I love your adorable cow! Now that I know how to make one, I’ll – oh, who am I kidding? Baking and I are not always on good terms. I blame it on my oven! Wonderful to follow your tour, hope you are enjoying it. Lisa, thanks for hosting Robbie today!

  2. Pingback: Day 4 of the Sir Choc book tour – learn to make a cute cow – Robbie's inspiration

  3. Hi Lisa, Hi Robbie,

    Robbie, I like you cute cow and as I write this I am laughing, because if I had made that cow, it wouldn’t have been a cute cow, 🙂 Excellent job my dear.

    Lisa, thank you so much for hosting Robbie on your blog today.

    All the best to the both of you.
    Shalom aleichem

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