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Creamy Chocolate Soap

Make a Chocolate Cream soap using our simple recipe.

Creamy Chocolate Soap

What you need

12 oz (340 g) of soap flakes
8 oz (225 g) of cocoa butter
12 oz (340 g) of olive oil
4 oz (110 g) of cocoa
Brown mica color (optional)
Chocolate Mold (optional)



Instructions

Use a chocolate mold to press this soap into chocolate shapes or even make a large batch and pour it into a small round cake mold.

Then slice from the rounded cake. This is a great idea for craft stalls.

This recipe is for Melt and pour Soap. If you are not familiar with this process then read our step by step guide.

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Comments

  1. It will make a lovely christmas gift for chocolohic friends

  2. How hard would this be for girl scouts to make? ages 10- 12

  3. muffin99cat says:

    I love chocolate!Even though its soap it still so good I could eat it!:D-muffin99cat

  4. I used melt and pour for this, and as I suspected it didn’t work.The oil separated as it set.There was so much chocolate that it was almost edible!Perhaps it would work using CP grated soap?

  5. CraftBits (Shellie Wilson) says:

    Cocoa is available at the supermarket in the baking section.

  6. What is cocos (Is it chocolate powder)? Where would I get it?

  7. i think it works probably

  8. CraftBits (Shellie Wilson) says:

    Yes it is melt and pour base.

  9. what is soap flakes? Is it just shaved melt and pour base?

  10. Soap flakes is a general reference to cold processed soap flakes

  11. Has anyone made this? Is it good or not?

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