... Homemade Soy Yoghurt Recipe | Dance of Stoves

Homemade Soy Yoghurt Recipe

Soy yoghurt - danceofstoves.com
Sometimes we buy ready-made food for convenience, but other times we do it because we believe that preparing it ourselves has to be difficult and expensive. 

This soy yoghurt is a clear example of how easy it can be to prepare food at home and save money.

To make yoghurt, you need two ingredients: soy milk and ferments to make our yoghurt or a ready-made yoghurt that we can buy. 

It's that simple and cheap.

Homemade soy yoghurt - danceofstoves.com
I don't usually consume yoghurt daily, but from time to time, I feel like it, and sometimes I also use it for cooking. 

Also Read: How To Make Applesauce - Step By Step

I save money by doing it myself because I usually buy organic yoghurt to make it of higher quality and avoid additives, so it was pretty expensive; in this way, it is much cheaper for me.

Soy yoghurt - danceofstoves.com
You only have to buy the yoghurt or the ferments the first time you make yoghurt; if you consume it daily, you can use one of your yoghurts to prepare them again. 

You can also make yoghurts with other vegetable milk; for example, we also make them from coconut, although in that case, it is more difficult to find coconut yoghurts if you find them or use ferment, it is just as simple and delicious.

Soy yoghurt - danceofstoves.com
We have made our soy milk, it is straightforward and cheap, and for our taste, it is more prosperous than the packaged ones, although you can also use them without problems. 

Still, we recommend that you be careful that it is not transgenic or genetically modified soy and that it is not. 

You buy it with many additives, preservatives, or sugar; we should sweeten the milk ourselves with healthier alternatives than white sugar.

Also Read: How To Make Vegetable Broth

Homemade soy yoghurt - danceofstoves.com
So that the yoghurt is not too liquid, we have added a teaspoon of agar powder. 

However, you can also use another thickener such as tapioca flour, carrageenan, cornstarch, cornflour, xanthan gum, flax seeds, etc. 

If you want a more or less thick yoghurt than the one in the photos, you can add more or less thickened; it's a matter of taste.

Soy yoghurt recipe - danceofstoves.com
I had wanted to make yoghurt for a long time, but I did not do it because I believed that a yoghurt maker was needed and I was not 100% sure that I would like the result, but I have two good news for you: it is worth it, and you can do it. 

Yoghurt without the need for a yoghurt maker, it's straightforward! 

We heat the oven to 50 degrees for a few minutes and then leave the yoghurt inside until it ferments with the range off; it's that simple.

Also Read: Vegan Risotto Balls Recipe

Homemade soy yoghurt - danceofstoves.com
We like to make natural yoghurt, and we add the sweetener when we are going to consume it because we do not always use it to finish it as is or make sweets, but if you want, you can add it while you are doing it.

Soy yoghurt - danceofstoves.com
You can add fruits, seeds and nuts to your yoghurt so that it will be even healthier and more nutritious. 

This time we have added walnuts, sesame seeds and goji berries; we love them!

We recommend that you make your soy yoghurt; you don't waste a lot of time, it's cheap, healthy, and the result is spectacular. 

You can try your favourite vegetable milk if soy is not very funny to you, if you have the ferment, it will not be a problem, and you can enjoy a delicious fresh homemade yoghurt.

Also Read: Vegan Baileys Irish Cream

Soy yoghurt - danceofstoves.com
Soy yoghurt

Soy yoghurt
To make homemade soy yoghurt, you’re going to need only two ingredients: soy milk and a starter. So simple and cheap.

  • Author: Dance of Stoves
  • Preparation: 5 mins
  • Cook: 5 mins
  • Total: 10 minutes
  • Servings: 9 (1x), 18 (2x), 27 (3x)
  • Category: Desserts, Gluten-Free
  • Cuisine: Vegan, Gluten-free

Ingredients SCALE (1x)

  • 1 litre of soy milk
  • One teaspoon agar agar
  • One soy yoghurt (125 grams or 1/2 cup) of yoghurt starter (the amount indicated by the manufacturer on the package may vary)

Ingredients SCALE (2x)

  • 2 litre of soy milk
  • Two teaspoon agar agar
  • Two soy yoghurt (250 grams or 1 cup) or yoghurt starter (the amount indicated by the manufacturer on the package, may vary)

Ingredients SCALE (3x)

  • 3 litre of soy milk
  • Three teaspoon agar agar
  • Three soy yoghurt (375 grams or 1 1/2 cup) of yoghurt starter (the amount indicated by the manufacturer on the package, may vary)


  1. We put the oven to preheat to 50 degrees.
  2. We put the soy milk in a saucepan and add the agar, stir and put the milk on the fire. You can also add the sweetener you want in this step. The milk should not boil; we leave it until it reaches 90 degrees with a thermometer; although it is not necessary, it is enough that it is cooking and about to boil.
  3. We let the milk cool down to about 40 or 50 degrees. If you do not have a thermometer, put your finger in, and when it is warm but not burned, it is ready. To cool it faster, you can put it in a bowl and put it in another with cold water or ice.
  4. We add the yoghurt or the ferment, stir and pour the yoghurt into a one-litre pot or small containers, whatever you want. The jars cannot be plastic; they must be glass or crystal jars.
  5. We turn off the oven and put our yoghurt jars without lids for at least 8 hours or as long as the manufacturer of the ferment tells you. Of course, it would help if you did not open the oven during all that time.
  6. We take out the yoghurt, put the lids on it and keep it in the fridge.

Post a Comment