I made this for my mom in the afternoon today and she really liked it. I think this is my first "own" bath salt with milk recipe, and I hope many more young girls will make this for mom and/or mom-in-law;-)
This is the cat's Meow! I know you are saying there are already a lot of recipes on this site for the same thing, I researched them before posting mine and this one is just a little different so here it is. Everyone I have ever served this to absolutely goes beserk over the taste and says it's as good as the real thing. It's so much cheaper too! I found this on an internet site, but can't remember which one, it was to long and to many fifths ago!! You can easily double the recipe.
The amounts listed are for one 1-quart glass jar but of coarse you can make as many jars as you wish, not only are they pretty to look at this recipe makes a great cookie that anyone would be pleased to receive for a gift! For Christmas gift-giving make certain to tie a pretty red or green bow around the neck of the jar along with instructions on how to prepare the cookies, and for something extra special stick a cinnamon stick in the jar along with the ingredients!
This is a great gift for those special occasions. I would think they would be wonderful for the holidays. Cooking time is not included in the times as this is just for the mix but is included in the instructions.
One year for Christmas, I made all home-made food type gifts. My mom uses this recipe each year to share with co-workers and offered it to me. It is unique in that it has chocolate extract in it for a special flavor. Make sure to use the best ingredients you can get! If you are using it as gifts, you can purchase pretty bottles to put it in.
What a nice (and EASY!) gift to give at the holidays or any time of the year! Uses dry ingredients (like powdered instant iced tea mix) that are easily found at the grocery store. I put my mix in a pretty glass container and tie with a ribbon with an instruction card attached. Each recipe makes about 4 servings.
Here's where your imagination as a cook and homemaker will be at it's best. Feel free to make any changes you'd like and add your own favorite recipes. If this is a gift for a family member it would really be special to include a homemade cookbook with family favorites. Have fun making it individualized.
Holidays can be an expensive time of year for anyone. Here are some options to making your own bath salts. These make perfect gifts for anyone (teachers, grandparents, friends, family, etc.) and kids can make them too since all the ingredients are natural - just watch the coloring! I made them as side-gifts this past Christmas and they went over so well I was told I should be selling them! I even had a friend that mad them as gifts for her bridal party! I make these for myself all the time, sometimes for a single bath at a time! They will leave your bathroom smelling wonderful for hours.
I love "bath stuff"!!! I have been making bombs professionaly for years and these will surpass any commercial bombs, by far!!! They are well worth the effort if you can get the butters. These bombs come together quite easy....it just takes practice (and good molds). They are wonderful on tired, dried out skin....and if you are using essential oils, you will be in "pure heaven"!!! I created this recipe with all my favorite ingredients in mind and came up with these.
Who can resist those pleading eyes, that heart-wrenching cry, that drooling mouth? (Well, two out of three is pretty motivational to me.) Return the love to that dog who loves you unconditionally and tell him/her BONE APPETITE from me! Preparation time is approximate. Makes roughly 1-1/4 pound dry dog biscuits.
I made this for my Husband John. Made it with no food coloring just orange peppers.By all means go ahead and use your favorite peppers and chilies. This makes almost 8 cups. Use any size of jars you like. I make in smaller jars to give away for gifts during the holidays.