Easy Vanilla Oatmeal Goats Milk Soap melt and pour soap recipe

 Vanilla Oatmeal Goatsmilk Soap DIY

How to make Vanilla Oatmeal Goats Milk Soap in a simple DIY

I’ve been wanting to try my hand at making soap for a while. I’ve never made it before. The way I did it was so simple that anyone can do it. Check out my simple and easy tutorial for making your own melt and pour Goats Milk Soap

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My ingredients were as follows

Oatmeal 1/2 cup

melt and pour goats milk soap like this one 2 LB PREMIUM GOATS MILK GLYCERIN MELT & POUR SOAP BASE NATURAL PURE ORGANIC. You can get it at your local Hobby Lobby or Michael’s and use their 40% off coupon. Those are usually not organic.

essential oils (I used vanilla bean) 20 drops

how to make goats milk soap

Cut the lines of the soap and put into glass bowl. Microwave on high for 2 minutes until completely melted and no chunks. Took me about 4 or 5 times. 

Once done stir in oatmeal and essential oils.

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Pour into a soap mold or just do like I do and pour it into a silicone muffin pan. Makes the cutest little soap molds. I also had the cutest little soap maker. 

how to make melt and pour soap

Melt and pour soap recipe is so simple!

Let set. In about an hour and a half it was close to done. I let it set another few hours then popped them right out. I used mine that night. My daughter used hers the next day. I love that I know what’s going into my soap and that it has less chemicals. It makes me feel like I’m doing as much as I can to get fragrance and chemicals out of my house. Have you made soap? Did you use a melt and pour or use a recipe? What other recipes would you like to see? Leave me a comment!

Looking for more diy recipes?  Check out my diy recipes for laundry detergent, goats milk oatmeal soap making,home cleaning recipesdishwashing detergent and even diy air freshener for your home.

While you’re here check out my other gift ideas that you can make yourself. Agate Coasters DIY, DIY Floating Candle HOlder, DIY Starburst Mirror, DIY Lemon painted tea towels, DIY upcycled flower vase, diy jewelled candle holder, Abby’s homemade bath bombs, Christmas word search, Deco mesh curly wreath for Christmas, Christmas worksheets for kids and budgeting sheets for saving for Christmas, Lotion to make and give as gifts, Vanilla Goats milk soap diy, and Snowman craft from a creamer bottle!

Are you wanting to make your own soap? Why not use my melt and pour goats milk soap recipe.
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  1. Dorothy Boucher says:

    wow ‘ how love how easy this recipe was for soap, usually there are so many things to do that I forget loll and love that you use a muffin pan, think that was a cute idea,, I am sure they are going to love this who ever you give one to 🙂

  2. Oatmeal is so versatile. Love this recipe. Will be trying it when I make soap next.

  3. Masshole Mommy says:

    I would love to make my own soap! What a fun idea.

  4. Marvelous Mommy says:

    They look so perfect! I have never tried making soap before but I really want to! Thanks for the tutorial!

  5. I didn’t realize it was so easy to make soap. I want to give it a shot now 🙂

  6. Catherine S says:

    Thanks for the soap recipe. I have never made my own soap. I didn’t realize it was so easy to make.

  7. I’ve always wanted to learn how to make my own soap. This actually looks really doable. Thanks for the tutorial.

  8. aimee fauci says:

    I’ve never made soap but I always love their fresh scents. I need to try and do this for gifts this year.

  9. Shell Things (@shellthings) says:

    I’ve never made soap. This looks easy enough!

  10. yumeating says:

    That is a great use for oatmeal. I love homemade soap and i love soap with oatmeal. Win!

  11. I have never made my own soap. This looks easy enough that I am definitely going to try it.

  12. Krystal says:

    This looks like wonderful soap. Oatmeal is so good for your skin, and I’ve heard goat’s milk is pretty great for it, too.

  13. This is a great soap to make. My Gram makes her own soaps and they are just awesome! I love making my own things ilke this, but must admit my daughter is way better at it. I will share this with her!

  14. Theresa says:

    This does sound super easy to make! And I love how it doesn’t have a bunch of harmful ingredients!

  15. aordinarylife says:

    Wow. Ill be saving this for later. Id love to make my own soap. This is a great share.

  16. This really is so easy! I am going to have to try it too.

  17. Amanda says:

    That’s awesome. I would never have imagined it to be so easy!

  18. savoryexperiments says:

    I’ve always want to try making soap at home. I love that you used goats milk and oatmeal!

  19. I love the fact that you know exactly what’s in it when you make it at home. I think I’ll make some of these for gifts this holiday season. Totally bookmarking this!

  20. My grandma used to make her own soap. I like that you used goat’s milk for yours!

  21. Ann B (@AnnBac9) says:

    Yes, I have made soap and used melt and pour as well. It is an easy and fun way to make your own soap. Thanks for sharing your vanilla and oatmeal soap recipe.

  22. Christie @ SavingSaidSimply.com says:

    Looks super soft and creamy! Would make a great homemade gift!

  23. I can’t believe how easy this is to make! I bet it smells great! Thanks for the recipe.

  24. DonnaChaffins (@DonnaChaffins) says:

    I’ve never made my own soap before, just thought it would be too complicated But this doesn’t seem bad at all, actually doable. Gonna try it!

  25. i like this idea especially for my girl friends. They have very sensitive skin so I think this is a thoughtful gift

  26. I am a soap maker and I have not made a melt and pour type yet. Thanks for sharing. .Looks like a great recipe. Thanks for linking at Pintastic Pinteresting Party.

  27. Sahana says:

    Easy recipe.Love your combination of goat milk and oat meal. Soap making is in my to do list. yet to try. Thank you for linking up at Bloggers Brags Party. I have pinned to Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board. We would love to see you again next Monday. “Happy Thanksgiving “.Have a great time 🙂

  28. Amy beene says:

    I have a question…I used a lardy cake recipe to make a kitchen soap with coffee…I used the recommended amount of lard 16 oz and 5oz of h2o and 2 oz of lye…however the soap does not seem to b setting… they are still too greasy and I was wondering if i melt them down agian and add say another oz of lye to 3oz of water and then blend in with original batch if that would help the saponification process. What r your thoughts? Thank u in advance


    • I’m really not sure. I’ve never made a soap with actual lard and lye. I hope you get it figured out.