Bath Bomb Cupcakes

  • Bath Bomb Cupcakes

    With the holidays fast approaching we all will be frantically searching for

    the perfect gifts for our friends and loved ones.  Bath Bomb cupcakes are my

    absolute favorite thing to make. Not only are they cute as can be but they

    can be tailored to your liking.   You will certainly be the rave at the company

    party this year!  When I want a vacation at home this is the thing that does it

    for me.  They scent the air and your bath water and make the environment

    so intoxicatingly inviting. It’s the way I relax and renew.  They are filled

    with essential oils and shea butter, cocoa butter or any other oil to

    moisturize for your skin.  They have a nice foam and leave your skin feeling

    oh so soft and smooth.  Not only do these cupcake bath bombs make a most

    thoughtful gift but the next time you want to pamper yourself drop one in

    the tub of warm running water and watch the foam and fizz do its thing.   To

    make the perfect bath bomb cupcakes you will need to allow for time as

    follows:

    • 1 day – bath bombs setting up in the mold
    • 3 days – bath bombs drying out before frosting
    • 15 minutes – in the freezer after frosting
    • 1 day – after frosting before adding ‘embellishments’
    • 2-3 days after adding the drizzle (or polka dots) before packaging

    That means it can take as long as 8 days from start to finish of the Perfect

    Bath Fizzy Cupcake. If you’re shipping your Bath Fizzy Cupcakes, you’ll

    want to take the extra time to make sure they’re beefy enough to make it to

    their destination intact so plan ahead.  Here’s a cool video tutorial on how to

    frost the perfect bath fizzy.

    How to Frost the Perfect Bath Fizzy from Soap Queen on Vimeo.

    Here is a simple recipe if you want to give it a try at home. Enjoy!

    How To Make Cupcake Bath Bombs

    Step by Step on how to do cupcake bath bombs at home

    Bath bomb ingredients:

    1 1/2 cups of baking soda

    1/2 cup of Citric Acid

    Sweet Almond Oil (or any light oil such as grapeseed oil or Rice Bran Oil )

    Distilled water

    Frosting ingredients:

    2 1/2 tablespoons of meringue powder

    4 tablespoons of warm distilled water

    1/4 tsp cream of tartar

    1 1/2 cup of powdered sugar

    1 tablespoon of SLS (foaming agent) but you can omit if you do not like

    4-6 drops of essential oil or fragrance

    Piping bags and nozzles

    Whether you want to make these for yourself or for someone else you won’t

    be disappointed.  Give these a try and drop me a line letting me know how

    they turn out.  If you would rather purchase bath bomb cupcakes you can do

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