1. This sounds amazing and what a great gift to give! Thanks for sharing with us, Amy!!

  2. karen lukacs says:

    Has the cookie nip obtained a kosher certification yet?

  3. Shirley Womack says:

    I am using these for favors for my ladies’ group luncheon! Easy!! They look so cute.

  4. Thanks Amy! Just made some of this, it is fantastic! I am going to give some to my customers. Is it just stored at room temperature?

  5. Cathy Lloyd says:

    Hi Amy, I’m going to make a few of these to add to gifts for Christmas. I couldn’t find your recommended batch guide list above and am hoping you can direct me to it. Many thanks!

    1. Hi Cathy! It’s 1 cup of sugar, 1/4 cup of coconut oil and 2 tablespoons of cookie nip! Per batch so multiply as needed! I hope that helps!

      1. Cathy Lloyd says:

        Thanks…thought there was something I was missing in addition to the recipe. I’m going to make some of this tonight! 🙂

  6. Stacia Livungston says:

    Is this best used on the hands, face…? Could you give directions on this, please?

    1. Hi Stacia, I use this sugar scrub as a body scrub so hands, feet, legs. I keep mine by the kitchen sink for my hands!

  7. Yes could you do a video how to make this scrub?

  8. This is a great alternative for people who want my cookies ,but who cannot eat them and still give them the smell .
    How long is the shelf life?
    I just made some and tried it on myself and another family member and we like it .

    1. I love mine! I make it for myself all the time! Shelf life is 18-24 months stored in a cool dry place!

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