How to Make Bath Cookies

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Want to treat yourself to cookies without gaining a pound?

Try the following bath cookies!

Just mix the ingredients and bake like regular cookies, then let one or two melt in the tub, get in and relax.

No calories consumed.

Bath cookies are made with salt, eggs, and baking soda, which are wonderful for your skin.

I shared all the details for making them at Simple Homemade. They are SO easy! I hope you make some.

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Stacy Karen

Stacy is a DIY obsessed, healthy living advocate. A preacher's wife and mom of three, she loves to encourage others to live a natural lifestyle.

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  1. I thought I would comment over here since most will over at Simple Mom! Thank you Stacey for this wonderful recipe! I can’t wait to experiment.

    I was also wondering how the Vintage Remedies course was going? I had taken a blogging break and also changed my e-mail address, so you may not recognize me, but I use to visit a lot more before you got a new, (and lovely) design! I also just recently signed up for your blog updates with my new e-mail address and have been loving them!

    The herbalist courses are something I have been considering since I’ve been studying herbal medicine for 8 years (informally.) There is so much to learn, isn’t there?!

    Anyways, I hope you have a blessed weekend and Thanksgiving Day next week!

    1. Thank you for leaving a comment, Michelle! It’s nice to hear from you.

      I am enjoying the Vintage Remedies course, although I will say I am going through it VERY slowly. I have a long way to go before I’m finished. Yes, there is so much to learn. SO much! It’s a wonderful subject to study.

      Thanks for your kind words about the new design. I love it. (It’s the first time I had someone else work on the design for me.)

      Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving, too!