Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bath Bombs with Coconut Oil & Buttermilk Powder

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Learn how to make moisturizing chocolate chip cookie dough bath bombs with coconut oil. Scented with a sweet cookie dough fragrance, these homemade bath bombs are made with richly hydrating buttermilk powder and coconut oil for a calorie free self care treat.

Bath bombs with coconut oil. Learn how to make DIY chocolate chip cookie dough bath bombs with coconut oil & buttermilk. Scented with a sweet cookie dough fragrance oil, these DIY bath bombs are made with richly hydrating buttermilk powder and coconut oil for a calorie free self care treat in your bathtub. Learn how to make bath bombs now with these easy homemade bath bomb recipe from Soap Deli News.

Cookie dough is my jam. Specifically chocolate chip cookie dough. I admit, Ben & Jerry’s makes me a swoon a little. And when my hormones are taking the lead on my stomach’s food choices, it’s no chore to down a pint in one sitting. So how could I resist making chocolate chip cookie dough bath bombs?

Just as real deal chocolate chip cookie dough is a treat for PMS, these chocolate chips cookie dough bath bombs are a self care delight for bath time. These moisturizing bath bombs are made with powdered buttermilk and coconut oil to nourish and hydrate skin. While a cookie dough scented fragrance oil sweeps your senses off to a sweetly scented, calorie free dreamland.

DIY bath bombs with coconut oil. Learn how to make DIY chocolate chip cookie dough bath bombs with coconut oil & buttermilk with this easy bath bomb recipe from Soap Deli News. Scented with a sweet cookie dough fragrance oil, these DIY bath bombs are made with richly hydrating buttermilk powder and coconut oil for a calorie free self care treat in your bathtub.

If you’ve never made bath bombs before, you can learn how to make bath bombs here. Filled with handy tips and tricks, this post is not only filled with tips and tricks for making bath bombs, it also directs you on how to formulate your own bath bomb recipes. You’ll also find a number of bath bomb recipes – some of which are all natural – to inspire your creativity.

As I know a lot of you may be new to making bath bombs, it’s possible you don’t have a digital scale on hand. However, by using weights as the unit of measurement, you will be able to scale this bath bomb recipe with coconut oil accurately, as needed. 

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bath Bombs with Coconut Oil & Buttermilk Powder. Learn how to make moisturizing chocolate chip cookie dough bath bombs with coconut oil. Scented with a sweet cookie dough fragrance, these homemade bath bombs are made with richly hydrating buttermilk powder and coconut oil for a calorie free self care treat.

Cookie Dough Bath Bombs with Coconut Oil

© Rebecca D. Dillon

Cookie Dough Bath Bomb Ingredients:

16 oz. baking soda
8 oz. citric acid
1 oz. powdered buttermilk
.5 oz. white kaolin (cosmetic) clay
.5 oz. arrowroot powder
4 oz. coconut oil
.6 oz. Polysorbate 80 (to help disperse the fragrance oil & mica)
.6 oz. Cookie Dough fragrance oil
Flax seed or poppy seeds, to suit
pinch of skin safe brown mica powder

Additional Tools & Supplies:

Heavy duty round bath bomb molds
Spray bottle with isopropyl alcohol (or witch hazel)
Mixing bowls
Digital scale

How to make bath bombs with coconut oil. Craft these chocolate chip cookie dough scented DIY bath bombs with coconut oil & buttermilk for a lush, moisturizing spa bath experience. Scented with a sweet cookie dough fragrance oil, these DIY bath bombs are made with richly hydrating buttermilk powder and coconut oil for a calorie free self care treat in your bathtub.

Instructions on How to Make Bath Bombs with Coconut Oil:

Using a digital scale, weigh out the baking soda, citric acid, powdered buttermilk, clay and arrowroot powder into a large mixing bowl. Then add a pinch of the brown mica and either the flax seed, or poppy seeds, to suit. (These will serve as the chocolate chips in your cookie dough bath bombs.)

Next, whisk the ingredients together until they are thoroughly combined.

Now weigh out the coconut oil into a separate container. If solid, gently heat the coconut oil until melted. Then weigh out and stir in the Polysorbate 80.

Add the fragrance oil to the coconut mixture, then mix thoroughly to combine.

Now add the scented coconut oil to the dry ingredients, mixing as you go. (You don’t want to overdo it.)

You want your bath bomb mixture to be the consistency of wet sand. It should also hold together when you press a clump into your hand and drop it back into the bowl. If the bath bomb mixture is too dry, you can use your spray bottle with isopropyl alcohol (or witch hazel) to moisten the ingredients further. Alternately, you may also add additional coconut oil as needed.

Now it’s time to make mold the chocolate chip cookie dough bath bombs with coconut oil. Using a two-part round bath bomb mold of your choice, make each bath bomb one at a time, unmolding the first and then following with the next. (The molds I linked too have two sizes to choose from.)

To mold your bath bombs with coconut oil, pile the mixture into each side of the round bath bomb molds. Lightly compact the bath bomb mixture into each half of the mold, then pile more of the bath bomb mixture into each half.

Next, firmly press both sides of the the bath bomb molds together. Don’t twist.

Then unmold the bath bomb you just made.

Repeat for each of your bath bombs with coconut oil until you’ve used up all of the bath bomb mixture.

Finally, allow the bath bombs to dry and harden, about 24 hours.

You can now either wrap your bath bombs tightly in foodservice film, shrinkwrap bags or package them in boxes for homemade gifts. Alternately, you can also store your bath bombs with coconut in an airtight container until they’re ready for use.

Bath bombs with coconut oil. Learn how to make DIY chocolate chip cookie dough bath bombs with coconut oil & buttermilk. Scented with a sweet cookie dough fragrance oil, these DIY bath bombs are made with richly hydrating buttermilk powder and coconut oil for a calorie free self care treat in your bathtub. Learn how to make bath bombs now with these easy homemade bath bomb recipe from Soap Deli News.

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bath Bombs with Coconut Oil

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bath Bombs with Coconut Oil

Learn how to make moisturizing chocolate chip cookie dough bath bombs with coconut oil. Scented with a sweet cookie dough fragrance, these homemade bath bombs are made with richly hydrating buttermilk powder and coconut oil for a calorie free self care treat.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Materials

  • 16 oz. baking soda
  • 8 oz. citric acid
  • 1 oz. powdered buttermilk
  • .5 oz. white kaolin clay
  • .5 oz. arrowroot powder
  • 4 oz. coconut oil
  • .6 oz. Polysorbate 80
  • .6 oz. Cookie Dough fragrance oil
  • Flax seed or poppy seeds, to suit
  • pinch of skin safe brown mica powder

Tools

  • Stainless steel round bath bomb molds
  • Spray bottle with isopropyl alcohol (or witch hazel)
  • Mixing bowls
  • Digital scale

Instructions

  1. Using a digital scale, weigh out the baking soda, citric acid, powdered buttermilk, clay and arrowroot powder into a large mixing bowl. Add a pinch of the brown mica and either the flax seed, or poppy seeds, to suit.
  2. Next, whisk the ingredients together until they are thoroughly combined.
  3. Now weigh out the coconut oil into a separate container. If solid, gently heat the coconut oil until melted. Then weigh out and stir in the Polysorbate 80.
  4. Add the fragrance oil to the coconut mixture, then mix thoroughly to combine.
  5. Now add the scented coconut oil to the dry ingredients, mixing as you go. You want your bath bomb mixture to be the consistency of wet sand. If the bath bomb mixture is too dry, you can use your spray bottle with isopropyl alcohol (or witch hazel) to moisten the ingredients further.
  6. Using a two-part round bath bomb mold of your choice, make each bath bomb one at a time, unmolding the first and then following with the next.
  7. Repeat for each of your bath bombs with coconut oil until you’ve used up all of the bath bomb mixture.
  8. Finally, allow the bath bombs to dry and harden, about 24 hours.
  9. You wrap your bath bombs tightly in foodservice film, or store in an airtight container, until they're ready for use.

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More DIY Bath Bombs to Make with Coconut Oil

For more ideas for bath bombs with coconut oil, be sure to check out these other homemade bath bomb recipes. Coconut oil can easily be substituted in each of these easy, no fail bath bomb recipes for the body butters. Or try them with a combination of both!

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Comments

  1. These are so cute! They must smell amazing, too. I love the new recipe card to print 🙂

  2. Love this! A cookie dough-scented bath sounds amazing. These look good enough to eat!

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