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I just love soaking in a hot tub of bubbles with a good book , some tea and cookies!  Bath Cookies that is ! Smelling so good you will want to eat them.  These bath cookies from “Do it Yourself Gifts” are perfect to drop into a tub after a long day of teaching or just standing on your feet.  The best part is, they are very inexpensive to make, so you can give them to more than one teacher!  This recipe is for Chocolate-Almond Bath Cookies from the book  “My DIY: The Stylin’ Girl’s Guide To Diy Projects–from Sassy Crafts To Thrifty Gifts“, but you can experiment with other scents like vanilla, mint chocolate, chocolate peanut butter and “eHow” has some other variations I know you will love. I know it seems odd to put cookies in your bath water, but it really is a treat to drop these cookies in your bath and experience how soft it will make your skin feel, m-m-m.

HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

  • 3 Cups Sea Salt
  • 1 Cup Baking Soda
  • 1 Cup Cornstarch
  • 3 Eggs
  • 6 Tablespoons Corn Oil
  • 10 Drops Chocolate Essential Oil
  • 10 Drops Almond Essential Oil

HERE ARE THE TOOLS YOU’LL NEED:

  • Small to Medium Mixing Bowl
  • Large Mixing Bowl
  • Large Wooden Spoon
  • Measuring Cup
  • Fork or Whisk
  • Baking Sheet
  • Airtight Container

CLICK HERE TO GET THE INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO MAKE THEM

    HERE ARE SOME TIPS:
  • No need to coat the pan–they are easily removed after baking.
  • You can find a lot of great tins and jars with covers at thrift stores, garage sales or dollar stores.
  • If you can, try to make your cookies about the size of a vanilla wafer cookie (they dissolve faster in the tub).
  • Scented oil can be found at Michael’s or most craft stores in the soap making aisle.
  • You can put hash marks across the top  if you are making a peanut butter scent or use cookie cutters to make different shapes.
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