The 7 Best Soy Milk Makers

Make this non-dairy beverage at home

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Our Top Picks

Best Overall: SoyaJoy G4 Soy Milk Maker & Soup Maker at Amazon

"This soy milk maker soaks, blends, and cooks the soy milk mixture at the perfect temperature for optimal nutrition."

Best with Internal Strainer: Tribest Soyabella Soy Milk Maker at Amazon

"There's no extra straining necessary with this quick-working gadget, which can make soy milk in just 15 minutes."

Best Large Capacity: Idavee Presto Pure Hot Soy Milk Maker at Amazon

"Great for large families or people use a lot of alternative milks, this pick can make a half-gallon of soy or nut milk at a time."

Best Compact: Chufamix Vegan Milker Classic at Amazon

"If you've got an immersion blender already, this straining system will get your soy milk or nut milks pulp-free in about a minute."

Best Budget: Tayama Stainless Steel Soy Milk Maker at Amazon

"It’s budget-minded, but still has luxury features, like heating all-around for even cooking and a stainless steel interior."

Best Design: Joyoung Soy Filterless Milk Maker at Amazon

"This machine has time and temperature presets, so you can program the machine to have your soy milk ready when you want it."

Best Splurge: Almond Cow Plant-Based Milk Maker

"This milk maker can be used to make plant-based milk from any nut, seed, or grain, including almonds, cashews, coconut, oats, and soybeans."


If soy milk is your plant-based milk of choice, you know that store-bought varieties are convenient and widely accessible these days. Unfortunately, they're also expensive and, depending on how many people in your household also consume soy milk, the price can add up even more. Soy milk is most commonly sold only in half gallon cartons, so you're also limited in the amount of soy milk you can buy.

Making your own soy milk can help you cut down on your grocery bill and ensure you always have fresh milk when you need it. The process is made easy and mess-free with a dedicated soy milk maker. Most soy milk makers are versatile, since they can also be used to make other plant-based milks like almond or oat milk. Some models even have settings to make porridge, soup, raw juice, and even grind coffee beans. We've researched the top-rated models so all you have to do is pick one that fits your needs, style, and budget. Here are the best soy milk makers.

Best Overall: SoyaJoy G5 Soy Milk Maker & Soup Maker

SoyaJoy G5 Soy Milk Maker
Amazon

The newest version of a very popular soy milk maker from a much-loved brand, this gadget has a stainless steel interior that’s easy to clean and operates with simple buttons on top. You can specify whether you're making milk from soaked beans or dry beans. If you're making milk from grains or nuts, you can select between raw juice (for making nut milks that don’t need cooking), grains, and porridge as well.

This machine is designed to handle each step at the perfect temperature. It soaks the beans at 180 degrees, then grinds the beans between 180-190 degrees, and cooks the final product at 200-210 degrees. The kit includes a measuring cup, metal strainer, plastic pitcher, and cleaning pad. A sample of beans is also included for your first batch of soy milk.

Best with Internal Strainer: Tribest Soyabella Soy Milk and Nut Milk Maker

Soy milk is only 15 minutes away, so you can set this machine up while you’re making breakfast and have soy milk ready when the eggs and toast are finished. Raw nut milks are even faster, taking less than a minute to process, as long as the nuts are previously soaked. If you enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning, it can be converted to a coffee grinder, so it will earn its keep in your kitchen even if you don’t make soy milk every day.

The interior is stainless steel for easy cleaning. Temperature and grinding settings are user-controllable, so you can use the recipes you like best. A filter catches the pulp, so you have usable soy milk right from the machine, though some users prefer a second filtering to remove the last bits of pulp.

Best Large Capacity: Idavee Presto Pure Automatic Hot Soy Milk Maker

The best soy milk maker for large families or people who drink and bake with milk alternatives a lot, this pick can make a half-gallon of soy or nut milk at a time. The heated functions include dry beans or nuts, wet beans or nuts, porridge, rice or soy milk, corn juice, and pureed soups. It also has a function for making juice without heat for people on a raw food diet.

This model does not have an internal strainer. Instead, a strainer basket is included, along with a measuring cup, a pitcher, and a cleaning brush. It has a dual-layer stainless steel body for easy cleaning inside and out.

Best Compact: Chufamix Vegan Milker Classic

This milk maker requires you to use your own hand blender to provide the blending power that pulverizes the nuts, seeds, or beans. After blending, you use the included mortar to squeeze all of the liquid out from the pulp and through the filter.

This model doesn't cook or soak your beans beforehand or cook the product after, it just filters the pulp from the liquid mixture after its blended. This tool can produce about a liter of strained milk in about a minute, depending on the power of your immersion blender. For storage, the pieces nest together, so they take up very little space on your shelf.

Best Budget: Tayama Multi-Functional Stainless Steel Soy Milk Maker

If you’re new to making soy milk, a less expensive appliance like this one might make sense. Even though it’s budget-minded, it still has features that make the process easier, like heating around the entire body of the container for even cooking and a stainless steel interior.

You can pick programs for dry beans, soaked beans, grains, paste, juice, and cleaning. When making soy milk, it heats the beans prior to grinding, then cooks the final product, and is finished in about 20 minutes. It does not have an internal strainer, but it includes a strainer for filtering the soy milk after cooking is done. A cleaning cloth and measuring cup are also included.

Best Design: Joyoung Soy Milk Maker Filterless Soybean Machine

With a shape that looks a bit like a coffee maker, this soy milk maker will look right at home on your kitchen counter. The device does not include a filter or strainer, but the company says the grinder creates super-smooth soy milk that can be consumed without filtering. Many users agreed, although some still preferred to use their own filter to remove the final pulp.

This soy milk maker has time and temperature presets, so you can program the machine to have the soy milk ready when you want it. The settings on the touch screen are in Chinese and English, and some users noted that the English options were small and a little hard to read when they were still getting used to the machine. Presets include several flavors of soy milk along with beans, grains, rice paste, nut milk, porridge, corn juice, and juice.

Best Splurge: Almond Cow Plant-Based Milk Maker

Almond Cow Plant-Based Milk Maker
Almond Cow 

Although the Almond Cow isn't designed specifically for soy milk, it can be used to make dairy-free milk from any nut, seed, or grain, including almonds, cashews, coconut, oats, and soybeans. With a sleek stainless steel and black exterior, it'll look good on your countertops and owners of this milk maker say it's exceptionally easy it is to use. Simply add your ingredients to the filter basket, fill the base with water, assemble, and press the start button. It will automatically grind your ingredients, then filter and separate the liquid milk from leftover pulp. You'll know the milk is ready when the green light stops flashing.

The Almond Cow makes 5-6 cups of fresh milk in less than a minute. Since this milk maker doesn't heat ingredients first, it's recommended to cook your soy milk for about 20 minutes to make a creamier milk.

Clean-up is quick and easy, since the stainless steel parts just need to be rinsed with water. The brand also sells glass storage bottles and has a recipe database on the website so you can experiment with several plant-based milks, flavorings, and uses for leftover pulp.

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