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Carrot cupcake soap


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How to make carrot cupcake soap by Natures Garden Soap Supplies.

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Carrot cupcake soap

  1. 1. Page 1RECIPECarrotCupcake SoapThese carrot scented creationsare a real treat… and they areeasy to make! Recipe makes 2 large cupcakes What You Need: or 10 small cupcakes. Ingredients Natures Garden Natural Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base Natures Garden SLS Free Clear Glycerin Melt and Pour Soap Base Natures Garden Carrot Cupcake Fragrance Oil Natures Garden Orange and Green Soap Dyes (or you may use Natures Garden Soap Paints) Natures Garden Imagine Base Vegetable Glycerin (we do not sell this) Natures Garden Vanilla White Color Stabilizer Natures Garden Cupcake Mold Market Mold (for large cupcakes) Natures Garden Small Cupcake Molds (for small cupcakes) Clove Powder (we do not sell this) Equipment Cutting Board Measuring Utensils (stainless steel only) Kitchen Mixer with wire whisks Microwave safe glass container Large Knife Mixing Spoon (wood or stainless steel) Microwave Cake Decorating Bag with tip Rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle Wax Paper NEXT
  2. 2. Page 2 Directions:Step 1: Each block of Natures Garden Natural Melt and Pour Soap is perforated into 40 cubes. Cutalong the perforation until you have a total of 10 cubes. Place your 10 cubes into the microwave safecontainer. This is approximately 10 ounces of soap.Step 2: Melt the Soap. In a glass container, melt soap in the microwave 30 seconds at a time. Stirgently. Keep melting until all soap is in a liquid state.Step 3: Moving quickly, add orange soap dye and ¼ tsp. clove powder. Then, add ½ teaspoon ofNatures Garden Vanilla White Color Stabilizer. Finally, add 1 Tablespoon Natures Garden CarrotCupcake fragrance oil. Stir Gently.Step 4: Pour your molds. Slowly pour the mixture into the cupcake base portions of the mold.Stop pouring when the cavities are full.Step 5: Air Bubbles. If this occurs, take the alcohol and spray lightly, misting the top of the soap.Step 6: Cooling the soap. Either leave the cupcake mold where it is to cool, or you may place yourmolds in the refrigerator/ freezer.Step 7: Removing the soap. Place the mold upside down. Using your thumbs, apply gentlepressure to the center of the cavity. When the soap releases, set it aside.Step 8: Preparing the Decorative Toppings: Melt 1/2 cube of SLS free clear glycerin soap base.Add orange soap dye. Mix. Pour this onto wax paper. When set up, cut out the shape of the orangepart of a carrot. Repeat this process to make the green stem of the carrot; you will use green soapdye instead of orange for the stem. Set this aside.Step 9: Preparing the frosting. Cut 5 cubes of Natural Melt and Pour Soap Base. Transfer themto the microwave safe container.Step 10: Melt the Soap. In 20 second increments, start melting the soap. When all 5 cubes areliquefied, add 4 Tablespoons of vegetable glycerin, 2 Tablespoons of Natures Garden Imagine Base,and 1/4 teaspoon of Vanilla White Color Stabilizer. Add 1 teaspoon Carrot Cupcake fragrance oil.Step 11: Using a mixer, blend until the consistency is a very thick frosting.Step 12: Frost. Work fast. Frost cupcakes by hand, or place the frosting in a cake decorating bag.Apply generously to cupcake base. Finally, add the decorative carrot to the top of your cupcakes.Sprinkle the tops of your cupcakes with clove powder.