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Welcome to Day 5 of the “SIR CHOC” Book Tour! Sir Chocolate Books – Sir Chocolate and the Sugar Crystal Caves story and cookbook
(7) Paperback copies / 1 of each book in the series
(2) 15 Amazon gift cards
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Sir Chocolate and the Sugar Crystal Caves story and cookbook introduces the Baked Alaska Dragon and the candy stripped Roc, two lonely creatures who live in the Chocolate Chip Hills on the other side of the Chocolate Mousse Swamp.
Readers also meet the fondant ghost and the marshmallow sheep. Something is making the Sugar Crystals in the cave melt and become soggy, and Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet must find a way to solve the problem.
“Inside the great cavern,
you’ll see a wonderful sight,
spectacular sugar crystals,
sparkle in the dim light.”
This book is a little different as it does not include recipes but rather instructions on how to make sugar crystals and racing cars, windmills, and aeroplanes out of biscuits and other treats.
How to make a chocolate clown
You will need the following:
A six pack of Cadbury’s Sweetie Pies;
Six square tea biscuits;
Six wafer ice cream cones;
A selection of smarties; and
Use royal icing to attach the flat bottom of the Sweetie Pies to the tea biscuits. Attach the ice cream cone to the top of the Sweetie Pie using royal icing to form the pointed hat. Attach the eyes and mouth chocolate buttons as per the picture above.
If you would like to be more adventurous, you can add chocolate buttons to the hat for decoration as well as a pom-pom made of a round chocolate sweet.
If you would like to make the bigger clown as per the picture below, you will need a medium sized chocolate Easter egg for the body, two long chocolate bars for the legs, two shorter chocolate bars for the arms, and a chocolate square for the feet. Use royal icing to attach all the body parts and sit the clown up against a cold glass until the icing sets. Decorate using chocolate buttons or other sweets of your choice.
Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet get sugar water from the Sugar Crystal Caves to make delicious goodies for their shop. Unfortunately something is making the crystals melt. What can Sir Chocolate do? Includes four lovely new recipes.
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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