Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Caramel Apple Mold from flexiblemolds.com
Rainbow Candy Sprinkles
Step 1: Clean & Sanitize your work area and all of your packaging materials. It is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while preparing this recipe.
Step 2: Each block of Natures Garden SLS Free Glycerin Soap is perforated into 40 cubes. Each cube is approximately 1 oz. You will need a total of 13 cubes of soap to make this recipe.
Step 3: In a glass container, melt all 13 cubes of soap in the microwave 30 seconds at a time. Stir gently. Keep melting until all soap is in a liquid state.
Step 4: While your soap is melting, it is time to prep your mold. Since the opening/top of the mold is actually the bottom of the finished candied apple, you will need to place your mold in between 2 tall boxes or bowls. A cookie drying rack will also work. You are looking to have enough space to allow for the stick of the candied apple to fit in the open space on the bottom of the mold.
Step 5: Add 65 drops of Da Bomb Red soap dye to melted soap. Mix well.
Step 6: Add 1/2 ounce of Wintery Candy Apple fragrance oil; stir.
Step 7: Pour a very small amount of soap around the stick opening. You are looking to seal this crack temporarily. Allow this to harden.
Step 8: Pour remainder of soap into the mold. Spray with alcohol and allow to set.
Step 9: Before the candied apple has completely set up, slide the popsicle stick into the stick opening.
Step 10: Once completely hardened, remove soap from mold, lightly spray with alcohol, and sprinkle rainbow candy sprinkles on the top.
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