Larry The Cucumber And Bob The Tomato - Veggie Tales

I just finished this cake, it's for a friend at work. She wants to give it as a gift to her god-daughter for her birthday. Larry is a dark choc mudcake, filled with dark choc ganache. Bob is a white choc coconut mudcake.
Both covered in fondant.
I had never watched Veggie Tales until my friend asked for this cake. She lent me the DVDs and i loved them : )

Comments

Sweetpeeps Says... 8 years ago

These are so neat. I love the veggies too. How did you get those shapes?

Eight Says... 8 years ago

You did a great job making the characters. They look just like Bob and Larry:)

ljhow623 Says... 8 years ago

Wow those look great. I just did a post on how to do a tomatoe - any tips would be great. ljhow@verizon.net. Thanks.

dydemus Says... 8 years ago

Wow!! Fabulous job! They look perfect!

Samsgranny Says... 8 years ago

Darling cakes! My grandson Sam would LOVE this. Your fondant is perfect!

boonenati Says... 8 years ago

Bob was baked in the Wilton Sports ball pan, Larry was baked in two tomato tins. I will post some instructions how to do Larry, Bob is pretty straight forward.

mommachris Says... 8 years ago

oh, where is my hairbrush? Love the veggies...most excellent job on the cakes ( as always!)

ellepal Says... 8 years ago

These are the cutest!!!

springlakecake Says... 8 years ago

OMG! How cute! I couldnt even begin to see how you could make that cucumber stand up like that! How did you get them all shiney??

faithsfancifuls Says... 8 years ago

these are incredible!! Where do you find the reipes for those delicious sounding cakes??

cakes47 Says... 8 years ago

These are really fantastic....exactly like the real characters!! WONDERFUL

justfrosting Says... 8 years ago

How did you get Bob so shiny? These cakes made me smile!

Liis Says... 8 years ago

love them! exellent cake!

dky Says... 8 years ago

such fantastic detail as always... its exciting to see your work.

bky Says... 7 years ago

:D I love this cake, if you get a change do u mind given me your recipe for mud cake, I had never heard of it, and seems to be a great cake for sculpting...

shantel575 Says... 7 years ago

holy cow that is amazing!

Sweetpeeps Says... 8 years ago

These are so neat. I love the veggies too. How did you get those shapes?

Eight Says... 8 years ago

You did a great job making the characters. They look just like Bob and Larry:)

ljhow623 Says... 8 years ago

Wow those look great. I just did a post on how to do a tomatoe - any tips would be great. ljhow@verizon.net. Thanks.

dydemus Says... 8 years ago

Wow!! Fabulous job! They look perfect!

Samsgranny Says... 8 years ago

Darling cakes! My grandson Sam would LOVE this. Your fondant is perfect!

boonenati Says... 8 years ago

Bob was baked in the Wilton Sports ball pan, Larry was baked in two tomato tins. I will post some instructions how to do Larry, Bob is pretty straight forward.

mommachris Says... 8 years ago

oh, where is my hairbrush? Love the veggies...most excellent job on the cakes ( as always!)

ellepal Says... 8 years ago

These are the cutest!!!

springlakecake Says... 8 years ago

OMG! How cute! I couldnt even begin to see how you could make that cucumber stand up like that! How did you get them all shiney??

faithsfancifuls Says... 8 years ago

these are incredible!! Where do you find the reipes for those delicious sounding cakes??

cakes47 Says... 8 years ago

These are really fantastic....exactly like the real characters!! WONDERFUL

Liis Says... 8 years ago

love them! exellent cake!

dky Says... 8 years ago

such fantastic detail as always... its exciting to see your work.

justfrosting Says... 8 years ago

How did you get Bob so shiny? These cakes made me smile!

bky Says... 7 years ago

:D I love this cake, if you get a change do u mind given me your recipe for mud cake, I had never heard of it, and seems to be a great cake for sculpting...

shantel575 Says... 7 years ago

holy cow that is amazing!


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