Cook from Scratch 2017- How to make a Fishing Boy Cake by Robbie Cheadle

Inventive Sally, over at Smorgasbord blog, has shared my post on how to make a sleeping fishing boy cake. Thank you, Sally, for all your wonderful support.

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The very talented master confectioner, Robbie Cheadle, is sharing another of her wonderfully decorated cakes today that would make any child (of any age) very happy on a special occasion.

How to make a Fishing Boy Cake by Robbie Cheadle

I decided to make a fishing boy cake. My idea was that the boy would be asleep on a raft on a river running through a field. There would be fish, which would be laughing at the sleeping boy and a few cows in the field.

The picture above shows the detail of the two cows that I made out of fondant for this cake. It also shows the fish with their heads poking out of the water. I didn’t make the fish – Beacon sweets have already perfected marshmallow fish and I saw no reason to try and improve on their creations. I sliced the heads of the marshmallow…

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29 thoughts on “Cook from Scratch 2017- How to make a Fishing Boy Cake by Robbie Cheadle

      1. Hi Robbie. I am intolerant of lactose, gluten, caffeind and chocolate. Henry has Crohn’s disease so is intolerant of gluten, lactose, chocolate, caffeine, sugar in large quatities such as icing, all seeds, berries and skins of vegetables and fruit and wholewheat cereal and grains.

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  1. It really is a work of art Robbie and as as you see one of your creations you know they could have only have been made by you. they all have your unique touch.

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