Chocolate Chip Bath Cookies

A chocolate is full of oils that will moisturize your body and leave you smelling yummy too.

Chocolate Chip Bath Cookies

What you need

2 cups of Sea salt or rock salt
1/2 cup Baking soda
1/2 cup Cornstarch
2 tbs of Almond oil
1 tsp Vitamin E oil
1-2 eggs
6 drops of Vanilla essence



Instructions

Mix it all together and then cut out with cookie cutters or flatten balls to form a cookie shape.

Add the chocolate sprinkles into the mix or simply sprinkle on top.

Bake at 350’F (180’C) for 10-12 minutes.

Allow to cool.

To use: Use 1-2 per bath.

Wrap these in air tight packaging or seal them in an airtight container as with time these cookies do go moldy.

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Comments

  1. Marsha Watkins says:

    is it ok to substitute the vanilla essential oil for vanilla extract? or maybe even vanilla vodka?

  2. Marsha Watkins says:

    can you use epsoms salt instead?

  3. Awesome idea and recipe!! We are now trying Oatmeal cookies– same recipe as above, with an added packet of powdered bath oatmeal, oatmeal cookie oil, a dusting of cinnamon on top,and a sprinkle of oats. Holds together even better with the oatmeal added!!

  4. cool, i used dry skim milk in place of cornstarch, and olive oil only, and no eggs.seems to work better. and dk chocolate chips

  5. Totally awesome!

  6. this is a cute idea buuttt im still not sure how to use these

  7. Can you use vanilla extract instead of vanilla essance oil?

  8. cute. but need a little more info:)

  9. looks so cute im so going to make these

  10. They are very cute, but what kind of chocolate is used?

  11. Awsome idea!!!!!!

  12. i’M THE same person who said that the bath truffles looked good enough to eat. these do too! They look so cute and yummy, like thay should be in the window of a bakery shop or something. :)YY (stands for yum Yum)

  13. these are so cute and clever!

  14. absolutely horrble!It made the water so nasty I had to run new water! eww! eww!

  15. my daugther is 15-years old and has a christmas bazar this weekend. We wil see how they sell. We put them on glass cookie plates. Cute:)thanks.

  16. These were such a hit at my school fete. Everyone loved them adults and kids. Thanks for the recipe and wonderful idea.

  17. CraftBits (Shellie Wilson) says:

    Sodium Bicarbonate is the same as Baking Soda

  18. michellebrennan6 says:

    Is baking soda?….

    BAKING POWDER OR BI-CARB SODA????

  19. would have been better if they had told what type of chocolate sprinkles they used for the tops

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