Top 5 Best Soy Milk Makers

It’s simple to make soy milk at home, although depending on the method you use it can be somewhat labor-intensive. If you make it daily, you might find an automatic soya milk maker that will make your life easier. If you use an automatic maker you don’t have to soak, grind and strain your soybeans, as the appliance will do all of this for you. By making your milk, you can avoid some of the non-organic and GMO (genetically modified) soybeans, as well as other additives that you find in store-bought products. It can also save you a lot of money if you are consuming large amounts of this type of drink.

Many products on the market can help you make homemade soya drinks quickly and easily. These are the best rated and top-selling options:

 SoyaJoy G4

This Soyajoy G4 Soy/Soup maker uses bottom heating and micro-pressure boiling technology. All of the inner structure uses food service grade stainless steel that guarantees food safe and healthy. It also has a double stainless steel insulation structure that will help keep liquids warm. The capacity is 1.7 liters and is suitable for 2-4 people. It has six automatic function buttons that will let you make: soy milk, rice paste, soup, porridge, fruit/vegetable juice, as well as a switch for washing.

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SoyapowerG4 Soy Milk Maker and Soup Maker



Sanlinx, the company that makes the Soyapower (as well a the Soyajoy), is one of the pioneers of the soy milk makers as they created the original device over 14 years ago. Their latest model has a 1.7-liter capacity and bottom heating technology. The total grinding and cooking chamber is all stainless steel construction, so you don’t have to worry about plastic leaching into your food. The G4 has eight automatic, one-button functions for fully cooked milk, soup, porridge, hot chocolate, and raw vegan milk from almonds, quinoa, and from other nuts, seeds, or grains or a combination of them. It is easy to clean since it has a filter-less design. This model also uses bottom heating technology, similar to a typical electric water kettle, rather than a bottom heating plate. Heating in the same way as a kettle means you don’t have to worry about burning the bottom of the liquid. The grinder of the appliances has also been improved from previous models, so you get excellent yields, and the beans are ground up well, which means you don’t have to strain as much and it has a more pleasant texture.

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Joyoung Easy-Clean Automatic Hot Soy Milk Maker


The Joyoung Easy Clean is a fully automatic, home kitchen appliance that you can use to make milk from soybeans, five grains, full bean, and mung bean, as well as rice paste, corn juice and grains paste. It is computer-controlled, and will automatically pre-heat, grind, and cook. Just push a button, and the drink is ready to enjoy within twenty minutes. It has a beautiful, contemporary style that will fit in well with most kitchen decor. All of the parts that come in contact with the food and liquid are made from food service grade stainless steel. There is no internal filter to clean, so that helps to make cleaning up easier. This Joyoung Easy Clean makes up to 1.3 Liter of liquid per use.

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Tribest Soyabella SB-130 Soymilk Maker


This Soyabella appliance lets you make soy, almond, rice, and cashew milk in as little as 15 minutes. You are also able to make raw nut drinks in seconds. This device is extremely versatile as it can handle cooking puréed soups and porridge-like split pea soup, butternut squash soup, and rice porridge. It also has the option to grind coffee beans and other dry ingredients with its milling accessories.  Soyabella does not have an exposed heating coil but instead features a safely hidden heating element inside its stainless steel boiling chamber, so it is pretty easy to clean up and a bit safer than older models that used exposed coils.

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Idavee Brand – Presto Pure IAE15

The Presto Pure from Idavee is perfect for making large batches of soy milk, as well as serums, pastes, and soups, etc. It has dual-layer stainless steel for easy cleaning and a filterless grinding that grinds beans thoroughly. It also has an automatic multi-protection function that prevents overflowing and dry-cooking. It is a large capacity at 1.9 L and comes with a recipe booklet to help give you inspiration.

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Soy milk is a trendy alternative to cow’s milk, you can easily purchase it at a grocery store, although many grocery store brands are full of additives. If you are drinking a large amount of store-bought milk, the cost can also add up quickly. You can make these types of drinks at home without a machine, but it is a bit of a process. You first soak the beans overnight for 12 hours, then you must remove the outer skin, you then blend the beans with water, after that you strain the mixture through a cheesecloth, nut milk bag or a strainer, and then finally you add the mix with water and bring to a boil in a saucepan. A much simpler and quicker way is to use an automatic maker. These types of appliances have been popular in some Asian countries for years.

If you only drink it infrequently, then using the blender method is fine, but if you are making it every week, it is worth the expense to invest in one of these products, as it makes the whole process so much easier. It is quick to make, and there is minimal cleanup. You will save money vs. store-bought brands if you are drinking large quantities, especially if you buy your soybeans in bulk. Depending on the type of beans you get and where you buy them, you may be able to get the cost down less than a dollar per gallon of milk.

If you do decide to make your own, you should be aware that it won’t taste like the store-bought products. Homemade soy milk is thinner and less “milky” than commercial products. There are many tips online that can help you make your homemade drinks taste/feel more like store-bought.

Not only can you use these milk makers for soy, but you can also use them to make a lot of other things like almond, coconut, hemp, cashew, and rice milk, in addition to soups, porridge, and even hot chocolate.

Some of the reported health benefits of drinking nut/bean milk include reducing the risk of heart disease due to its being cholesterol-free and high fiber. It is also great for people who have lactose intolerance or who have milk allergies. It is also suitable for the dietary treatment of diabetes due to low glycemic index, and it is also cholesterol-free. For vegetarians, it offers a source of protein source, since it contains the necessary amount of essential amino acids for tissue repair and growth.

Features to Look for:


The smallest maximum capacity is around 1 liter, and the highest capacity is 1.9 liters (on the Presto Pure 1.9 Liter Automatic Soy Milk Maker). Homemade milk tends to last only about 4 or 5 days in the fridge, so depending on how much you drink within a 4 to 5 day time period it may influence the capacity that you want to look for.


Milk makers can range in price from around $60 to upwards of $200. The most popular models cost between $110 and $150 and realistically if you want good quality, with the best features and options you can expect to pay in that range.


The main advantages these appliances have over making soy milk manually is not having to use a blender to grind the beans or nuts. Most of the grinders in these devices do an excellent job of grinding the beans, so you end up with a higher yield and smoother textured liquid. You also don’t have to worry about the device overflowing or burning, since when the milk is cooked fully machine will automatically turn off.

Easy to Clean

The point of these products is to help make your life easier, so one of the most important things to look for is that it is easy to clean. All of the top-rated products are super easy to clean, with the most time-consuming part (although not prohibitively so) being cleaning the filter if the appliance has one.

Number of Function Buttons

Oddly enough many consumers who purchase these appliances don’t use them for soybeans, but instead use them for things like almond, coconut, rice or hemp milk. You can also use them for things like soup or porridge. Whatever purpose you are intending on using it for, take a look at the function buttons of any machine you are interested in, just to be sure it includes a function that you can use for what you will be making. Most manufacturers will add an image of the features similar to the following image in promo material:




The latest models generally have a very similar design. Some are even the same design, just rebranded by different companies. The main difference in design is the heating element. There are usually two types: one that can be submerged in the liquid (like an electric kettle) or machines that have a heating bottom plate. There may also be minor differences in the filter cup which holds the beans, and the type of screens that the water or milk passes through. The machines will also have a motor with stainless steel stirring blade to mix the soybeans. You can get different colors of devices, some with a floral pattern if you are looking for something other than a basic stainless steel look.


No one wants to be drinking anything that has been boiling in any plastic, so the standard for the material that is used in the latest generation of automatic makers is stainless steel. Some models may still have some parts of the inner chamber using plastic, but try to avoid those products.


These are not cheap appliances, so you will want to make sure you are clear on the warranty and ensure that you fill out and return any warranty card to the manufacturer.

Bottom Line

If you make soy milk on a daily or weekly basis, you may find purchasing an automatic milk maker can save you a lot of time and money. You can also use the automated machine for other healthy and nutritious nut milk as well as soups, pastes, and porridge. They are easy to use, easy to clean up, and may save you money in the long run.


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