Other Ingredients & Equipment
Microwave safe glass containers
Hand Held Mixer
Rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle
Total Recipe Weights for the Chocolate
240 grams Goats Milk Melt and Pour Soap
12 grams Chocolate Orchid Fragrance Oil
6 grams Fun Soap Colorant- Brown Oxide
6 grams Vegetable Glycerin
Total Recipe Weights for the Light Purple Soap:
1140 grams Goats Milk Melt and Pour Soap
57 grams Chocolate Orchid Fragrance Oil
6 grams Fun Soap Colorant- Ultramarine Violet
57 grams vanilla white stabilizer
Total Recipe Weights for the Dark
200 grams Goats Milk Melt and Pour Soap
10 grams Chocolate Orchid Fragrance Oil
8 grams Fun Soap Colorant- Ultramarine Violet
Total Recipe Weights for the Whipped Topping:
150 grams Whipped Soap Base
150 grams Goats Milk Melt and Pour Soap
17 grams Vegetable Glycerin
18 grams Chocolate Orchid Fragrance Oil
18 grams Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
Step 1: Prepare your
Chocolate Swirls: In a microwave safe
bowl, weigh out 240 grams of Goats Milk Melt and Pour Soap. Melt in the microwave, stirring
occasionally. Keep melting until all the
soap is in a liquid state. While the
soap is melting, lay out two pieces of wax paper.
Step 2: Next, add the FUN Soap Colorant Brown Oxide. Stir well.
Once all of the soap is colored, add the vegetable glycerin and the
Chocolate Orchid Fragrance Oil. Stir.
Finally, pour the brown soap onto one sheet of wax paper. Spritz with alcohol to eliminate any bubbles. Allow to fully set up.
Step 3: Prepare the Dark Purple
Soap: In a microwave safe bowl, weigh out 200 grams of Goats
Milk Melt and Pour Soap. Melt all of the
soap until it is in a liquid state.
Next, add 6 grams of Fun Soap Colorant Ultramarine Violet. Stir well to incorporate.
Step 4: Once all of the soap is purple in color, stir
in the Chocolate Orchid scent. Then,
pour this soap onto the other piece of wax paper. Spritz with alcohol if needed, and allow to set up.
5: Now, weigh out and melt 1140 grams of Goats
Milk Melt and Pour Soap stirring occasionally.
While that soap is melting, carefully remove the brown and purple soaps
from the wax papers.
6: Using your cutting board and knife, cut away any jagged
edges. Starting with the brown soap, cut
several varying pieces; long, short, fat, and thin. Once all of the soap has been cut, begin
curling each piece in a loose curl form.
Then, set aside.
Step 7: With the purple soap, cut slices that are more
consistent in size. You will want to aim
for these pieces to be about 5 inches long and 1/2 inches wide. Then, set aside.
Now that all of the goats milk melt and pour soap is melted, add 6 grams
of Fun Soap Colorant Ultramarine Violet, blend well. Then, add the Chocolate Orchid scent
and vanilla white stabilizer and stir.
Starting with the
brown soap curls, place them into the loaf mold. You will want to stack some of the curls on
top of each other. Then, with the purple
slices, begin placing them sporadically throughout the loaf. Do not use them all yet. Completely spritz the brown curls and purple slices with alcohol.
Step 10: When the large amount of soap has cooled
enough to be poured, fill the mold about half way. Then, gently tap the mold to remove any air
bubbles as well as fill in the open spaces in the soap curls. Finally spritz with alcohol.
Step 11: Next, place some more purple slices. Then, pour another 1/4 of the soap into the
mold. Gently tap the mold and spritz with alcohol.
Step 12: For the final time, place more of the purple
soap into the mold. Finish pouring all
of the soap to fill the mold. Allow to
fully set up.
13: Prepare the Whipped Topping: Using the brown and purple soap scraps cut out small
square shapes. Set these
14: When your soap loaf
is ready for the whipped topping, simply place the 150 grams of Goats milk melt
and pour soap in the microwave to melt.
In a mixing bowl, weigh out the whipped topping and vegetable glycerin.
15: When the soap is melted, pour it into the
mixing bowl with the whipped soap and the vegetable glycerin. Begin beating with a hand held mixer. When the mixture looks like whipped frosting,
Step 16: Next, add the
fragrance oil and the vanilla white color stabilizer. Clean the
sides of the bowl with a spatula and start beating the mixture again. When the whipped soap looks like whipped
frosting again, it is time to place it on the loaf.
Step 17: Using your spoon
scoop the soap frosting on top of the soap. When all of the soap has
been covered, sprinkle the brown and purple soap squares all around. Allow to fully set up before
Your Chocolate Orchid Melt and Pour Soap is now ready to
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