The Sir Chocolate series

The Sir Chocolate books are available in three formats, suitable for children aged between 3 to 9 years old. Square for very small children, A5 for slightly older children as well as ebooks.

Sir Chocolate and the Condensed Milk River story and cookbook

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? Includes five lovely new recipes.

Sir Chocolate and the sugar dough bees story and cookbook

A greedy snail damages the flower fields and the fondant bees are in danger of starving. Join Sir Chocolate on an adventure to find the fruit drop fairies who have magic healing powers and discover how to make some of his favourite foods on the way.

Sir Chocolate and the Baby Cookie Monster story and cookbook

Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet find a lost baby cookie monster. Join them on an adventure to return the baby to its mother and learn how to make some of their delicious recipes at the same time.

Sir Chocolate and the strawberry cream berries story and cookbook

Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet live in Chocolate land where you can eat absolutely everything. Join them on a fantastic adventure to find the amazing strawberry cream berry and learn how to make some of their scrumptious recipes at the same time.

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Sir Chocolate and the sugar crystal caves story and cookbook

Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet journey to the sugar crystal caves to collect the sugar water they need to make their soda pop. To get to the Chocolate Chip Hills they must cross the Chocolate Mousse Swamp infested with alligator sours and a meringue ghost. When they arrive, they discover that the sugar crystals are melting, and something needs to be done to save them. Learn how to make some four fun creations out of biscuits and the sugar crystals too.

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What a delightful and delicious book this is for children. Parents will love it too. The poems are adorable and really work well and are not strained. I love the flow of Robbie and Michael's words. They draw wonderfully imaginative pictures. The story once again features Sir Chocolate and includes illustrations that are not your typical coloring book images or pastel images, they are three dimensional and made from fondant.

Vicki Goodwin

Sir Chocolate and the strawberry cream berries story and cookbook
Sir Chocolate is "round and fat" and his wife Lady Sweet is described as wearing " a stripy skirt and top." They live in Chocolate land, where they "sell confectionery in a shop." Their story is told in verse, as they search for "the amazing bean with flavours of strawberries." Robbie and her son Michael Cheadle have created a children's book that is a delight to read, and beautifully illustrated with Robbie's exquisite baking and fondant creations. Both children and adults will love this book. The recipes at the end include Jolly Gingerbread Boys and Sir Chocolate Brownies. The illustrations will compel the readers to bake... Cora Groenewald rated it 5 out of 5 stars and said: I feel like a kid again, excited and lusting for candy and cake. Robbie Cheadle and Michael captures the imagination as well as creativity of the child. They brilliantly lure the child into the story and fills the mind with creativity and wonder, also allowing the child or reader to be a part of the story. At the back of the book recipes are shared where the reader can indulge in his or hers own creativity. I just love the story and the flow, word play and the flame of excitement and wonder it ignites. A definite must read for any child or parent.

Brigid Gallagher

Sir Chocolate and the strawberry cream berries story and cookbook
Who couldn't not love a book called Sir Chocolate and the Condensed Milk River story and cookbook? This is a charming book written by mother and son in verse, beautifully illustrated with fondant figures and chocolate houses all made by Robbie and Michael. It may look simple enough but the work involved must have been considerable and the creativity is jaw dropping. To finish up with there's even some recipes at the end of the book that are ideal for children to make.

Shehanne Moore

Sir Chocolate and the Condensed Milk River story and cookbook
This book will be a delightful read for a child, and their adult companions for that matter. A brightly coloured cast of characters, with Sir Chocolate himself created from one of the most favourite treats of all time. Ten year old Michael Cheadle came up with the idea of this charasmatic character and also his lovely Lady Sweet. Robbie not only creates these characters from fondant icing, but composes the story in verse that takes us on this current adventure.

Sally Cronin

Sir Chocolate and the sugar dough bees story and cookbook
This is the most creative children's and bakers' heavenly book I've ever experienced! This is definitely a one-of-a-kind treat! There are no illustrations, just incredible photographs of "... visions of sugarplums that dance in their heads ..."; made of chocolate with vivid colors and totally edible. What an amazing collection of literature with uniqueness I've never encountered before, and I'm a collector of classic and unusual books as well as an avid reader and reviewer! This little book is a treasure of mixed art for all ages. This BOOK is for families and generations to come. An incredible, delectable keepsake.

Deborah Bowman

Sir Chocolate and the sugar dough bees story and cookbook
Book 2 of Robbie Cheadle’s Sir Chocolate series features Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet in a hunt to find a lost baby cookie monster. As well as the story, we learn how to make a selection of delicious recipes, including Easy Sausage Rolls and Chocolate Butter Icing. I bought the paperback version of this charming children’s book mainly because the Kindle format of picture books rarely reproduce the images satisfactorily (though to be fair I didn’t look at the ebook version, so can’t say for sure). The story is in rhyme and tells of the search for the missing Baby Cookie Monster, including a trip in a chocolate cake car and characters such as the Vanilla Fudge Bird. The pictures of all the edible characters show up well and compliment the story. The recipes too, are delightful and are laid out in a way that makes them easy to understand for young kids. Robbie Cheadle started writing these books when her son Michael came up with ideas for the characters. Robbie’s website is a great resource for cooks and kids, as it includes videos of some of her other recipes as well as tutorials on fondant art and mouth-watering images of the World of Sir Chocolate. Too yummy indeed!

Colin Garrow

Sir Chocolate and the baby cookie monster story and cookbook
Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet’s latest adventure has an ecological message. It explores what happens when the river of condensed milk running through Chololateville dries up causing all the fish to die. This is a subtle way of introducing very young children to the world issues that will no doubt be plaguing generations for some time to come. Plus the guaranteed happy ending helps youngsters feel they can really make a difference to the world. Any one of Robbie and Michael’s clever and unique books would make great presents with Christmas coming up. Not just for Kids but for Parents and Grandparents too! They are charming and packed with fun recipes and stories to turn every kitchen day into an adventure that brings young and old together to create enduring memories. Perhaps it’s time to collect the set! AND YOU GET TO EAT THE CAST. AN OGRE’S DREAM!

Paul Andrus

Sir Chocolate and the Condensed Milk River story and cookbook
My boy, 3 years old, was absolutely obsessed with the little car and the baby cookie monster. As a parent, I’ve battled to read one story to two kids. They get irritable, their gaze wanders off of the book to more interesting things outside the window. My best is when they both want to read a story, but can’t agree on which one, generally ending in something very close to WW3 in my home. Not this time. Above all else, this book provided me the opportunity to explain to our youngest that there is a thing called “getting lost”. Now I don’t make a habit of turning books read for pleasure into lectures, but when you’re little terror asks if the Mommy was scared, and if the baby cried – well seize the moment I say. Creative, captivating and absolutely adorable this is a must read for all parents, and an absolute definite for those of us with budding chefs or bakers.

Robyn

Who could not pick up Robbie and Michael Cheadle's story-and-baking book, Sir Chocolate and the Sugar Dough Bees Story and Cookbook (TSL Publications 2017) after reading this blurb: "A greedy snail damages the flower fields and the fondant bees are in danger of starving. Join Sir Chocolate on an adventure to find the fruit drop fairies who have magic healing powers and discover how to make some of his favourite foods on the way." This is a fun poetic story about the adventures of Sir Chocolate interspersed with wonderful recipes parents and kids create together--foods like Cheesy Bread and Butter Biscuits--accompanied by cute real-life pictures of the sugar dough creations, I have never seen a book that blended recipes and reading. How clever is that! Kids love cooking with parents, and now they can blend that with a favorite pastime: reading. One more note: Robbie and Michael are mother-and-son. Not only will kids be inspired to cook with parents, but write and publish a book.

Jacqui

Sir Chocolate and the sugar dough bees story and cookbook
I really enjoyed the whole creativity of this book, not just from the imaginative story set in a land where all things can be eaten, but I loved the accessible recipes and the poem It’s A Boy, which came as a surprise and a more adult element to the book, too. Sir Chocolate and the Condensed Milk River Story and Cookbook is a feel good, creative book that can be enjoyed on many levels by both adults and children of all ages alike.

Linda Hill

Sir Chocolate and the Condensed Milk River story and cookbook