Bubblecream Soap Frosting
Powder or Liquid Colorant
1 Teaspoon of Fragrance/Essential Oil per every "4 ounces" of Frosting or follow manufacturer's recommended rate.
4 Ounces = 1 Teaspoon
8 Ounces = 2 Teaspoons
12 Ounces = 3 Teaspoons
16 ounces = 4 Teaspoons
12-inch or larger, Piping/Pastry Bag or Decorator Pro
Laser Digital Thermometer
Hand Mixer with Whisk Attachment or Stand Mixer
4-cup Plastic Mixing Cup or Bowl
Prepare your Piping bag, Fragrance Oil/Essential Oil, and Colorant ahead of time.
Quick Directions: Note: Do NOT overheat. You may add Titanium Dioxide for a "whiter" frosting. For 8 oz. Frosting it takes approximately 15 seconds, so watch closely. Make sure mix is totally Melted & Hot or Frosting will "not" get hard.)
Step 1: Add Frosting to Microwave Safe Bowl. Melt in microwave at 5 to 10-second intervals until your mix reaches approximately 125-135 degrees and is smooth & lump free. Remember to stir each time after removing from the microwave so you may get a true and correct temperature.
Step 2: Add Colorant or Titanium Dioxide and Fragrance & whip/whisk briskly on low until your Frosting looks like Buttercream Frosting. If runny or thin keep whipping. Frosting should be ready to pipe at approximately 100-95 degrees.
Step 3; Fill your piping bag and pipe away! No rush! Yes, it’s that simple! Have fun and be creative!
*Note: If frosting gets too thick, or you don´t like your finished product, you can melt & rewhip again. This is 100% Real Soap, so Fragrance Oils containing Vanillin will turn your Frosting darker. You may use Melt & Pour Soap to attach Frosting to Bath Bombs after Frosting has been piped and is fully dry.
Frosting is ready to package in 24 to 48 hours under normal conditions. You may place finished product in front of a fan for faster drying times. Frosting can be used on top of Hot Process, Cold Process & Melt & Pour Soap & Bath Bombs. Store unused Bubblecream Soap Frosting in an Airtight Container. You may also add your colorant to your Bubblecream Soap Frosting before placing in the microwave.
*Note: To melt 4 ounces in a 1000-watt microwave it takes approximately 30 seconds.
To melt 8 ounces in a 1000-watt microwave it takes approximately 1 minute. All microwave ovens vary in temperature.