Combine baking soda and citric acid in a bowl together. Now mix the almond extract, water and food coloring in another bowl. I used my stand mixer for this, as you need to keep stirring the entire time you are adding the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients. You need to add literally a drop of the wet to the dry, as each drop will cause a bit of fizz. I decided I would use a straw and fill about a 1/4 of an inch up the straw with liquid and hold my finger on top of the straw then release over the dry mixture with the mixer running on level 3. Be careful of the dust from the dry mixture, as it will cause you to cough a bit if inhaled. Keep stirring and dropping drops until your mixture starts to hold up a bit. Your mixer will start making thudding sounds when youÕve added enough liquid. Now to form the shower fizz you can either use some sort of mold you have at home, especially if you want to give these away as gifts, or you can form a ball with your hand. Either way, place these on wax paper, foil or parchment paper to dry. Space quite a bit apart as they will expand for about 20 minutes. To use just place on the floor of your shower once completely dried or drop into the bath. If you have young children using shower or bath fizz is especially fun.
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