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Pumpkin Souffle Hand Soap

March 12, 2009
Here’s a simple melt and pour soap recipe for making your own Pumpkin Souffle Hand Soap. This would make a fun gift for your little tricksters.
Pumpkin Pie Soap


4 Ounces unscented, clear Glycerin Soap
1/4 Tsp. Pumpkin Fragrance Oil
5 drops Oil of Cloves
1/4 Tsp. Ground Cinnamon
Orange Food Color



Cut the melt and pour soap into chunks and put in the microwave in 30 second increments until melted. Add oil of clove, pumpkin souffle fragrance oil, ground cinnamon and food color. Stir well. Pour into molds and allow to set. You can hurry up this process by popping the molds briefly in the freezer. Unmold, then wrap the finished soap in cellophane or plastic wrap and decorate with a cinnamon stick and raffia.


  • Anonymous

    November 28, 2011 at 5:14 am

    Ok……I’m not understanding how the above recipe gets the little pieces of orange in the soap? Am I missing part of this? I am understanding that this is not a cold process soap. But the pic looks like it is. Sorry, I’m a beginner.

    Julie Radloff
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  • Rebecca (Soap Deli News Blog)

    November 28, 2011 at 11:05 pm

    The photo is one of my pumpkin pie soaps I made one year. If you want orange chunks, you’d need to make a batch of orange, allow to cool, cut into squares, then mix into a a batch of a different color. The recipe above will produce an orange bar. You can experiment to make different decorative looks.

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