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3 Soy Drink Recipes - Perfect for Relaxing After a Long Day! (Vegan)

Soy milk is a gift to foodies who aren't fond of dairy and have nut allergies. Though some may see soy milk as a plain and boring drink, it could actually be a turned into a treat if mixed with the right ingredients.


Vegan Soy Chai Tea Latte (Nutmeg Nanny)

This Vegan Soy Chai Tea Latte from Nutmeg Nanny is gold for tea lovers who are trying to avoid dairy but would like to achieve the milkiness of  a chai latte. Instead of buying sugar-loaded instant chai drink mixes, this chai tea recipe from scratch is a healthy and cleaner alternative.

"This dairy free, vegan soy chai tea latte is packed full of ginger, cardamom and black tea flavor. Why spend money at the store when you can make it at home?"


  • 3 cups water
  • 1/4 cup pure maple syrup
  • 4 inches ginger root, grated
  • 4 crushed green cardamom pods
  • 5 black peppercorns
  • 3 black tea bags
  • 1-2 cups Silk unsweetened soy milk

via Vegan Soy Chai Tea Latte (Nutmeg Nanny)


Soymilk Carrot “Cake” Smoothies (La Fuji Mama)

La Fuji Mama has a recipe called Soymilk Carrot “Cake” Smoothie and it's divine! And the good news is, this cake-inspired drink is a lot healthier than its counterpart on the dessert case. Carrot juice and soy milk are mixed with honey and a medley of vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger. 

"This smoothie recipe incorporates the flavors of carrot cake with carrot juice, honey, and spices, to make a delicious cold treat."


  • 20 to 30 ice cubes (depending on how thick you want your smoothie to be)
  • 2 cups plain, unsweetened soymilk
  • 1 cup carrot juice
  • 2 tablespoons raw honey
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg

via Soymilk Carrot “Cake” Smoothies (La Fuji Mama)


Homemade Soy Milk (Omnivore's Cookbook)

Making your own soy milk may seem like a lot of work, but Omnivore's Cookbook shows us that it doesn't need to be, even if you don't own a soy milk machine. What's great about making your own soy milk is that you know exactly what goes in it. No preservatives, no additives... just clean, vegan goodness!

"Homemade soy milk is more nutritious, tastes better, and is eight times cheaper than the packaged product. {gluten-free, vegan}"


  • 1 and 1/2 cups (120 grams / 4.2 ounces) dried soy beans (by using the cup comes with the machine)
  • 7 cups filtered water
  • (Optional) Agave syrup or maple syrup

via Homemade Soy Milk (Omnivore's Cookbook)


Ludy's Kitchen Cooking Tip: 

Commercial soy milk lasts for 7 to 10 days in the fridge once opened. To help keep soy milk from going bad before that, it's a good idea to keep it on the main body of the fridge which is colder compared to the fridge door.  

Make cooking a lot easier and more enjoyable by using good quality silicone baking mats. Not only are silicone mats sturdy and durable. Because they're non-stick, you can also cut your clean-up time in half.

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