December 5, 2019

Jelly Soap Foam!

jelly soap foam

To make your own Jelly Soap Foam is an absolute breeze AND you only need two ingredients! It smells so delicious & is wonderful for some good old fashioned sensory play!

I’ve seen this beautiful soap foam done before at the wonderful Fun at Home with Kids and Learn, Play, Imagine and I’ve always wanted to try it… my kids love getting their hands into loads of sensory play!

I had plenty of jelly left over from my daughter’s recent Rainbow Party & I wanted to try something a little different with this recipe…

Behold my JELLY SOAP FOAM! Yes, I am excited!

To make your own, you will need (per colour)

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2 tbs Jelly Crystals 

2 tbs Dish Soap

1/2 cup warm water

THAT’S IT!

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Step 1

Add 1/2 cup of warm water to a cup

Step 2

Add 2tbs of Jelly Crystals and mix until dissolved

Step 3

Add the 2tbs of Dish soap and mix

Step 4

Pour these contents into a Food processor (you can also use beaters or if you’re super fit – an egg whisk). Mix until the bubbles fill to the top (approximately one minute).

Step 5

Pour your contents into a large tub & let the kids play (I did 5 separate colours for the cool rainbow effect)

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Two Ingredient Jelly Soap Foam

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24 thoughts on “Jelly Soap Foam!

    1. Hi Jodi, You might find they’re called Jell-o? It’s what you use to make flavoured Jelly. Louise x

  1. I work with children who have physical disabilities and am always trying to find or think of activities for our fun Friday session, so thankyou for your very helpful idea’s.

  2. Ok what your calling jellies. …is that Jell-o for those of us from the states? Or something you would use to make jelly? Like I would find in the canning isle at the grocery store? My oldest son has a sensory disorder and I would love to try this with him! Thankyou so much for sharing!

  3. To clarify, since there seems to be confusion, in the states jelly is what you spread on toast, like jam, jell-o is the jiggly stuff that you mix up and let set in the fridge. She is using what we know as jell-o.

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