Cocoa Butter Drizzle

Cocoa Glazed Bath Bombs. Part II.

I’ve been asked to share my recipe for cocoa butter drizzle aka glaze so let’s dig in.


Cocoa butter drizzle is used in all kinds of bath treats like bath bombs, bath truffles, bubble scoops, bubble bars, bath bomb cupcakes, etc. It’s an easy but fancy way to add a little touch of creativity to your products. Even the simplest drizzle possible with minimum ingredients makes a huge change to the look of your creations.

I am going to give a basic recipe and instructions on how to change it for different projects.

RECIPE
1. Basic.
You can add some Titanium Dioxide to make your drizzle whiter.

Amount (grams)Ingredients
10Baking Soda
10Cocoa Butter (melted)
you can add any color you want

2. Self-emulsifying Cocoa Butter Drizzle

Amount (grams)Ingredients
10Cocoa Butter (melted)
10Polysorbate 80 (Polysorbate 20 also works)
17Baking Soda
0.5Mica (feel free to use more)
0.5Glitter (feel free to use more)
I used it for these bath bombs. I used mica and glitter in this drizzle so I needed Polysorbate 80 to disperse them.

This amount was enough to drizzle 4 bath bombs and I had enough icing left to drizzle at least 4 more. Next time I need to decorate my bath creations I would remelt the drizzle and use it. It also should be noted that this recipe gives you enough time to drizzle your bath products. It takes about 2-3 hours for it to solidify depending on the room temperature.

That’s how I made my last batch of this drizzle.

And it’s done! Quick and simple. Let me know if you liked the recipe. Your feedback is very important to me because that’s how I can make my recipes even better.

Share your thoughts and ideas in the comment section of the blog. Have fun!

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