Is there anything better than Sugar Cookies in the winter? Fall? Spring? Summer? The best sugar cookie recipe I know is my grandma’s. It was crispy but soft. Sweet but not too sweet. Made with Love. The most important ingredient.
Now, you know that I am all about the handmade gifts this year. What you may not know is that I love to make sugar scrubs! It is an easy but very luxurious gift to make. With sugar cookies and sugar scrubs on the brain, why not make a sugar cookie scrub? I like to call this particular flavor of sugar scrub husband bait because you will get your husband’s attention so consider yourself warned!
I am not an affiliate for Cookie Nip Flavoring nor is this post sponsored. The great people at Cookie Nip were kind to offer a 15% discount for my readers!
SUGAR COOKIE SCRUB
- 1 cup Granulated Sugar
- 1/4 cup Organic Coconut oil
- 2 to 3 tbsp Cookie Nip Flavoring
How to make sugar cookie scrub
- Melt Coconut Oil
Melt your solid organic coconut oil in the microwave to make it easier to measure and pou
- Measure Desired Amount
In a mixing bowl, measure out and mix the size of batch you need. You can see my recommend guide listed above.
- Mix Contents
Mix ingredients well.
- That’s it!
Spoon into a cute container with lid and gift it this holiday season. Don’t forget to keep some for yourself! You’ll be glad you did.
You can use Cookie Nip flavoring in so many fun Handmade gifts. Right now I have it in my scent warmer and my house smells amazing! I am going to add it to soap to go with my Sugar Cookie Scrub too! My lucky list!
Don’t forget to use the code: amysadler for a 15% discount on Cookie Nip Flavoring!
Share your best sugar cookie recipe with me in the comments!
Interested in more of my handmade gifts this holiday season? This scrub would be amazing paired with these delicious truffles.
Kim Waldorf says
This sounds amazing and what a great gift to give! Thanks for sharing with us, Amy!!
karen lukacs says
Has the cookie nip obtained a kosher certification yet?
I’ll try to find out!
Shirley Womack says
I am using these for favors for my ladies’ group luncheon! Easy!! They look so cute.
Shirley, you just made my day!!!!
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?
Yes! Room temp is the best!
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!
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!
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! 🙂
Stacia Livungston says
Is this best used on the hands, face…? Could you give directions on this, please?
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!
Yes could you do a video how to make this scrub?
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 .
I love mine! I make it for myself all the time! Shelf life is 18-24 months stored in a cool dry place!