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                             Making a fluffy filling for soap cookies, bath cookies, bubble bars, etc. is very simple. We used a recipe similar to soap frosting but without the palm kernel flakes and glycerin. We were looking for a more frothy and fluffy type of filling.
First, we melted eight ounces of white soap base in a mixing bowl. Then, we added six ounces of Foaming Bath Whip. We added a little less of the bath whip so the fluff would not be too soft. Next, we took a hand mixer and whipped the mixture on low speed. This will create quite a few bubbles flying up into the air. Continue to whip until the mixture starts to thicken. This could take a few minutes. Add fragrance, if desired, and continue to blend. Don’t forget the stabilizer if your fragrance contains any vanilla! The fluff should be getting frothy looking by now, but not too thick. If a thin filling is desired, this is ready to use. If you want a thick filling, continue to whip for a minute or so longer. If the filling gets too thick and can’t be poured or scooped out, simply place in the microwave for 10-20 seconds and whip slightly.
Fill your product with the filling as desired. Any remaining product can be stored in an airtight container for up to one year. Simply heat slightly to soften, then re-whip.
For a very small amount of frothy soap, melt some white soap and use a mini mixer or frother to quickly whip up a batch of frothy filling to add to soaps, bath cookies, etc.
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