Soy Milk


10 min

20 min

2 Servings (2 cups)

Did you know soy is a nutrient-dense source of protein? It is!


🫘 ½ cup dried soybeans

💦 4 cups water

🌼 ½ tsp vanilla (optional)

🌴 2 dates (optional)

🍭 Refined Sugar-Free

🥜 Nut-Free

🌾 Gluten-Free

🌽 Grain-Free

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The isoflavones in soy prevent bone loss, improve hot flashes, reduce the risk of breast cancer and prostate cancer, and it's associated with lower rates of heart disease.

Step 1:

First, soak the dried soybeans in water for at least 6-8 hours or overnight.

Step 2:

Second, drain and wash the soybeans. You can remove the outer skins which is optional, but your milk will have a better texture if you do.

Step 3:

Third, add the soaked soybeans and 4 cups of water to a blender with the optional vanilla or date and blend until smooth. Strain using a nut milk bag.

Step 4:

Lastly, cook the soy milk over medium heat, stirring occasionally, for about 20 minutes. This is an important step since, as a legume, soy can't be consumed raw. Then let it cool completely and transfer to a glass milk bottle. It will keep in the refrigerator for 3-5 days.

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