Thanksgiving Pie Cold Press Soap Recipe from Our Reader

handmade pumpkin soap

Thanksgiving is around the corner! I am sure you have already had at least one pumpkin pie. Usually, I don’t care too much for pumpkin spice pie, nor Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte. And I haven’t yet made any soap that looks like food but hey, who can turn down this soap recipe shared by our reader Caroline from Cleveland.  You don’t even need a lot of soap making supplies to make this!

I have tried making one and will try this soap recipe again to make some more cakes.  Since it takes around 4 -6 weeks for homemade soaps to cure, I can still make some festive cheesecake soap for Christmas gifts!


cheese cake


This Pumpkin Pie Cold Process Soap Recipe is so versatile that you can use it to make all types of cake soaps.   Once cut into slices, the Cake Pan Silicone Mold creates a realistic pie shape. Coffee bean ground is added to the soap for the bottom crust layer and is also piped on top for a crimped crust appearance. The majority of the soap is colored with the blend of our gold and walnut Mica from our All-time Favorite MICA pigment set.  Since Caroline’s recipe do not include fragrance oil, that will potentially create discoloration.  You will not need to make the orange color brighter nor add the titanium dioxide.  If you prefer to add the fragrance oil, you can visit soap queen for recipes with fragrance oil. 

Follow these recipes to make yummy avocado soap 

Soap making kit you will need to create 3 pounds of soap-

  • Cake pan Silicon Mold
  • 13 1/2 oz Distilled water
  • 4 B Frosting tip
  • 11.5 oz Coconut Oil
  • 10.5 oz Palm oil
  • 1 oz Pumpkin seed oil
  • 1 oz Cinnamon powder or cinnamon essential oil (Learn how to make essential oil yourself here)
  • 12.5 Rice bran oil
  • Coffee bean ground
  • MICA pigment set 


  • 4B frosting tip
  • 2 oz Cocoa Butter
  • Frosting Bags

Here you go! Big thanks to our Caroline Shoemaker from Ohio! And you know what? We’d be happy to post your recipes as well and it’d be fine if you have already shared it on your blog.  Simply write to us here.   If you are looking for more soap making

Happy Thanksgiving and Xmas!


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