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July 16th, 2011
Easy Homemade Chocolate Bath Salts

Chocolate Bath SaltsChocolate Bath Salts

Here’s a very easy recipe for homemade Chocolate Bath Salts. Maybe a good school holiday project for children?

Chocolate Bath Salts

1 cup Epsom salts
1 cup sea salt or kosher salt (coarse grain)
3 teaspoons cocoa powder
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
½ teaspoon cinnamon
1 tsp oil (almond, olive or sunflower will work)

Combine all the dry ingredients in a clean bowl. Add the vanilla extract and oil. Mix well to ensure oil is completely blended. Transfer to small clean jars or cello bags and close tightly. Sprinkle 1 – 2 spoonfuls in your bathtub, lie back in the water and relax.

Notes:
* I added some baking soda to my mix to make my bath salts fizzy.
* I also omitted the vanilla extract and added 5 drops of peppermint essential oil.
* I gave jars to family members for Christmas.
* The Epsom salts and sea salt is good for soothing sore muscles and aches and pains.
* Make sure you read the recipe properly. My chocolate salts were a bit more chocolately than they should be because I put 3 Tablespoons of cocoa instead of 3 teaspoons. Duh!

8 comments to “Easy Homemade Chocolate Bath Salts”

  1. What a great idea!


  2. What a great idea.


  3. The bath salts make great gifts. Everyone really liked them when I gave them out at Christmas.


  4. Mmm…a chocolate bath. Can honestly say that I never would have thought of that.


  5. The combination of chocolate and peppermint is nice. Hubby used the salts in his bath tonight.


  6. This sounds fantastic…


  7. YUM! Now that will turn bathtime into even more fun.


  8. The salts make the water feel quite silky. They’re very nice. :)