Instant Pot Soy Milk


Let's talk about making soy milk at home. It's pretty cool, actually.

You get to turn simple ingredients into something healthy and delicious right in your kitchen.


No fancy stuff needed, just an Instant Pot and some soybeans. This way, you know exactly what's going into your drink - just pure, creamy goodness.

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Why This Recipe Works

First off, using an Instant Pot makes the whole process a breeze. You don't have to watch over a pot on the stove, worrying about it boiling over. Plus, it's fast. You soak the beans, blend them up, cook, and bam - fresh soy milk. It's kind of amazing how a handful of simple ingredients transform into something so tasty and nutritious.

Then, there's the flavor. Homemade soy milk doesn't even compare to the store-bought versions. It's fresher, you can adjust the sweetness, and there's no weird aftertaste. Plus, making it yourself means you can play around with flavors. Want more vanilla? Go for it. Less sugar? You got it. It's all in your control.


Yellow Soybeans: The star of the show. Organic means no unwanted chemicals.

Water: For blending and cooking.

Vanilla Extract: Adds that sweet, aromatic flavor. Substitute: Vanilla bean or a splash of almond extract for a twist.

Sugar: Just a touch of sweetness. Substitute: Maple syrup or honey for natural sweetness.

Salt: Enhances the flavors. Don't skip it!


  1. Soak beans for 24-36 hours for the best results. It makes them easier to blend.
  2. Change the soaking water once or twice to keep things fresh.
  3. Use a fine mesh strainer to get super smooth milk.
  4. Don't rush the natural pressure release in the Instant Pot. Patience is key.
  5. Experiment with flavor. Add more vanilla, or throw in a cinnamon stick while cooking.

How to Serve

Soy milk is awesome because it's versatile. Drink it straight up, cold, or warm - it's comforting and delicious. Here are three specific ideas to get you started:

  1. With Cereal: Ditch the dairy and pour it over your favorite morning cereal.
  2. In Coffee or Tea: It froths up nicely for lattes or adds a creamy touch to your tea.
  3. Smoothies: Use it as a base for smoothies. It adds protein and makes them extra creamy.

Having it homemade means it's fresh, and you can tweak it to match your taste perfectly.

Plus, it's a great conversation starter. "Yeah, I make my own soy milk." How cool is that?


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Instant Pot Soy Milk

Soy milk is a nutritious and delicious alternative to dairy milk. It is rich in healthy fats that are important for your body.
4.56 from 18 votes
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Course: Breakfast, Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: soy milk, soybeans, vanilla bean
Prep Time: 1 day
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 1 day 10 minutes
Servings: 4
Author: Corrie


  • ½ cup yellow soybeans organic
  • 4 ½ cups water
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ½ teaspoon sugar
  • pinch salt


  • Soak the soybeans in water for about 24-36 hours, change the water once or twice during soaking, strain and rinse the soybeans.
  • Put the soaked soy and ½ cup of water in a small chopper and puree it.
  • Add this pulp into an Instant Pot and add 4 cups of water.
  • Press "saute". Boil the mixture with occasional stirring, remove the foam by using skimmer.
  • Close the lid and cook on high pressure for 9 minutes.
  • When cooking time is complete, wait for a natural release.
  • In a bowl, mix sugar, salt, and vanilla using a strainer.
  • Pure the sugar mix into the Instant Pot and stir well.
  • Serve and enjoy 🙂


Calories: 2kcal Carbohydrates: 1g Sodium: 11mg Potassium: 1mg Sugar: 1g Calcium: 7mg


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