Homemade Gingerbread Soap

Homemade Gingerbread Soap

Homemade Gingerbread Soap is easy to make, relatively inexpensive, and makes a fabulous homemade gift perfect for the holidays. Homemade soap is a great gift for teachers, friends, neighbors, and family members because who doesn’t use soap and love a homemade gift? Plus, these bars of soap can be made for about $2.00 a bar. These bars are soft and silky and smell amazing. Plus, they look so festive and lovely we can hardly stand it.

Homemade Gingerbread Soap

If you are looking for other homemade gift ideas, you might want to try these shower bombs, these peppermint bath bombs, or this recipe for beard oil. All are super popular and easy to make!

Homemade Gingerbread Soap

Homemade Gingerbread Soap

Homemade Gingerbread soap is a great choice to make because it:

  • Smells great – you can choose how mild or strong you want the scent depending upon the amount of essential oil you add to your mixture!
  • Moisturizes
  • Cleans
  • Is Easy to Make
  • Looks Lovely
  • Is a Fabulous Homemade Gift
  • It’s festive!

Gingerbread Soap Ingredients

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Gingerbread Soap Recipe

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STEP 1: Place 12 cubes of Goat’s Milk Soap Suspension Formula in microwave safe bowl (we always use our Pyrex measuring cup) and melt in microwave approximately 1-1/2 – 2 minutes on high in 30 second increments. Tip: The soap cubes melt more evenly if you use a knife to cut the individual cubes instead of leaving them in a block.  (Use a 40% off coupon at Michael’s to pay less for your soap which costs about $10.50 full price.)

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STEP 2: Add approximately 30 drops of gingerbread essential oil to the melted suspension.  Stir well.  You can use any gingerbread essential oil you like. We got ours on Amazon.

STEP 3: Mix drops of soap colorant to the suspension and blend together to form a brown color.

STEP 4: Immediately pour into soap molds. We purchased a 3 pack from Michael’s for about $2.25. This recipe fills all three molds.

STEP 5: Place soap molds in the freezer for 10 minutes to set. Remove promptly and remove soap from molds. To remove from molds, simply wiggle them out like you would ice from an ice tray.

Decorate Soap

homemade gingerbread soap

Decorate your soap however you’d like! We used a ribbon to tie around the soap. So cute!

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