I made Doughnuts!!
Yes, my family was all over these until they realised that they weren’t the edible kind and were in fact bath bombs (sorry to disappoint, guys).
But I am definitely going to enjoy soaking in my bath tonight with one of these.
Are you ready to make your own doughnut bath bombs, ok then, grab what you need and let’s get started?
- 1 cup baking soda
- ½ cup citric acid
- ½ cup corn starch
- 3 tbsp Epsom salt
- 3 tsp coconut oil, melted
- Small spray bottle of Witch Hazel
- 15 drops of essential oil
- Coloring – I made some pink and some a chocolate color
- Goat’s milk soap base, melted
1. In a large bowl, mix together the baking soda, citric acid, cornstarch and epsom salts. (I found some lavender epsom salts! Double dose of lavender – yay!)
2. If you are doing different colors of doughnuts – divide your mixture up.
3. Add coloring slowly. You don’t want it to fizz!
4. Pour in melted coconut oil and add your lavender essential oils. Mix well.
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5. In a spray bottle, add witch hazel. Lightly mist a few times until it will hold it’s shape. Go sparingly with the witch hazel – you won’t need much!
6. Lightly spray your doughnut pan with non-stick spray. Press your mixture into the mold and allow to sit overnight. (If you don’t have overnight, letting them sit for several hours should do the trick as well!)
7. In a bowl, melt some goat’s milk soap base according to package instructions.
8. Dip the top of the doughnut into the soap and set it to dry. It won’t take long!
9. Redip your doughnuts again and immediately add sprinkles. We used rainbow sprinkles. Let them sit until dry and fully set. It shouldn’t take longer than 10-15 minutes.
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Now if you have any questions about making bath bombs, feel free to ask me in the comments down below!
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