A Macaron soap, just as the name suggests, is a hand soap that is a look alike of macarons. Through these look pretty complicated to prepare, you won’t believe how simple the preparation procedure is. Whether you are a beginner or a pro at soap making, you can always try your hands at preparing these fantastic hand soaps and earn credits for your talent and creativity. What’s more, these also make just fine souvenir gifts. So get the materials ready and prepare yourself a batch of adorable macaron hand soaps. However; as a word of caution, make sure that your keep these soaps out of your children’s reach and inform them clearly about the inedible nature of these to keep them from accidently popping them into their mouth out of confusion.
The materials that you will need to prepare these adorable macaron soaps are 2 lbs. of goat milk soap base, 1 tablespoon almond biscotti soap fragrance, 1 tablespoon vanilla stabilizer, 1 block of titanium dioxide, 1 tablespoon milk and honey soap fragrance, 1 pink soap base, 1 wooden spoon, 1 slow cooker and 1 silicone macaron pan. Keep the things ready with yourself prior to starting the preparation, as the melted soap base hardens pretty fast.
Melt Soap Base
The next step would be to prepare the soap base. For that, take 1 lb. of the soap base and chop it into small cubes. Drop the cubes into a slow cooker and set the cooker on high. Wait until the soap base melts completely and stir it with a wooden spoon at regular intervals to keep it from hardening.
Once the soap base melts completely, take the colored soap base and cut out a third of it with a sharp knife. Drop the colored soap base into the crock pot with the melted soap base. Stir the colored soap base while breaking it with the edge of the wooden spoon to dissolve it into the soap base mixture.
Once you get a completely melted and evenly mixed soap base, add the vanilla stabilizer, almond biscotti soap fragrance and the milk and honey soap fragrance. Stir with the wooden spoon to mix everything thoroughly.
Fill Macaron Mould
Now take the silicone macaron pan and start filling the moulds with the melted pink soap base. Do not fill the moulds entirely as the macarons will expand once they harden. Let the macarons harden at room temperature. Keep them out of your children’s reach to prevent any accidents. Once the macarons harden completely, pop them out of the macaron moulds and place them on a chopping board or plate.
Prepare Macaron Icing
To prepare the icing for filling the macarons, take the remaining block of soap base and chop it up into small cubes. Dump the cubes into the slow cooker and melt those on high setting. Once you get a completely melted mixture, drop the cube of titanium dioxide into the crock pot and stir to melt it on low heat. Once the titanium dioxide melts completely, whip up the mixture to prepare the icing. Now take one of the macaron halves and place a dollop of the icing on the flat side. Top the icing with another macaron half and allow the assemblage to harden for a few minutes. Once the icing hardens completely, pack the soap into a container to use later. Prepare the other macaron soaps in the same manner.