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reese's cup soap

We had a lot of fun making this and they came out beautiful and look so yummy!
What you need~
Clear glycerin soap
Brown food coloring
Cupcake wrappers

Start by melting the soap in cubes for 15 seconds till they are fully melted. Once melted add in the brown food coloring a little at a time till you have the color you like. ( I was thinking some chocolate essential oil would be really neat to add at this point and you could, I just did not have any on hand) After mixing pour into cupcake liners and set in fridge to harden. Once harden it is done! The food coloring will not stain and though I have seen adults use these for pranks I do not suggest that.


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