Apple Cinnamon Soap infused with soothing oatmeal is a fun and easy soap recipe to make in preparation for fall festivities. The fragrance of this homemade soap immediately conjures a warm cozy bowl of apple cinnamon oatmeal.. yum! Oatmeal soap is a fantastic DIY gift that is quick and easy to make.
Oatmeal Soap the Smells Good Enough to Eat!
Besides the divide smell of the apple cinnamon soap, it also features a goat’s milk soap base and oats, both of which are soothing and nourishing to the skin. I also find the rustic touch of adding oats to the soap gives is a great look.
Making Apple Cinnamon Soap with Oatmeal
Making this Apple Cinnamon Soap only takes a few minutes, but makes a wonderful gift that looks carefully crafted. It is a great beginner soap making project.
The P&J Spice Fragrance set contains both the apple and cinnamon fragrances I used in making this oatmeal soap, and come with other great fall/baking scents too. I have a number of other projects on the site that use the fragrances from this set.
If you like the soap, why not make my Apple Cinnamon Sugar Scrub too! You could make a great gift basket.
Grab Your Supplies!
Everything except the quick oats and cinnamon.
Spice Set of 6 Premium Grade Fragrance Oils – Cinnamon, Harvest Spice, Apple Cider, Coffee Cake, Gingerbread, Pumpkin Pie – 10mlLife of the Party Suspension Soap Base, 2-Pound, Goats MilkFreshware CB-105RD 12-Cavity Petite Silicone MoldPrint
Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Soap Recipe
This DIY Oatmeal Soap for Fall features the smell of a bowl of warm creamy cinnamon apple oatmeal. Using melt and pour soap makes this soap an easy project which will only take about ten minites to make (excluding cooling time)
- Prep Time: 10 min
- Total Time: 10 min
- Yield: 2 bars
- Cut and weigh the goats milk soap, then place in microwave safe measuring cup or bowl.
- Add the cinnamon and microwave until soap base is melted. (roughly 30 seconds). Stir in the quick oats.
- While still liquid, but slightly cooled, add the apple fragrance (too hot will dissipate it, the oats help cool it, so just wait 30-60 seconds).
- Stir gently while pouring into mold to ensure uniform oat distribution, yet not create bubbles.
- Cool until firm, then pop bars out of the mold.
This DIY soap recipe makes exactly 2 bars in the suggested mold. (Double it up if you like, but I would keep the batches to 2-4 soaps to avid varying the amount of oatmeal in each bar too much, as it has a tendency to settle while cooling.)