How to Make the Best Homemade Baking Soda Bath for Your Baby
I’m not a huge fan of baking soda baths because I think the chemicals used are a bit harsh, but the one I used for my little girl was perfect.
I used a 1% solution of baking powder and water and let the mixture sit for 30 minutes.
The baking soda dissolved in the water and my daughter had a clean bath with no residue.
After baking, the baking soda evaporated and was left to harden on the countertop.
I didn’t do a whole lot of stirring because I didn: A) use a microwave to melt the baking powder.
That’s what we all do when we’re microwaving our food and it’s so hard to heat it in the microwave.
B) I also added a little bit of water, which I think is important to keep from sticking to the sides of the dishwasher.
But it turned out great and she didn’t feel the need to do any stirring.
This recipe for baking soda bathers is a bit more challenging, but it still worked well.
I did a little experimentation with the recipe and came up with a recipe for a slightly longer bath that I could cook and microwave.
You could make this one the night before baking, but I thought it was better to cook it a little longer and let it sit for a bit before serving it.
This homemade baking soda shower bath is perfect for bathtime and kids’ bath time.
Just use a little baking powder, water, and baking soda.
And this homemade baking powder bath is a perfect recipe for toddlers because it’s a little different than the one you might have.
You just need a little more baking soda and water.
I made this recipe using 1/4 cup baking soda (or you can use a less sweetened version) and 1 tablespoon of baking flour.
You can also use less baking soda if you don’t have baking powder or you’d like to make it even more nutritious.
This makes about 30-40 bath tubs.
It’s great for toddlers and children’s bath time!
Recipe adapted from My Mom’s Kitchen by Amy Lee.
Make this recipe: 1/2 cup 1% baking powder (or 1 teaspoon of baking mix)