Iced Coffee with Soy Milk Recipe: A Dairy-Free Option

Are you looking for a dairy-free creamer to add to your coffee? If so, consider adding soy milk to your iced coffee. Our iced coffee with soy milk recipe is perfect for those who prefer soy milk to traditional creamers or are lactose intolerant.

Our recipe has 4 simple ingredients, dark roast or cold brew coffee, soy milk, ice cubes, and an optional sweetener. You can also add some ground cinnamon or nutmeg to your iced coffee for extra flavor.

Iced coffee with soy milk ingredients

Ingredients to make a simple iced coffee with soy milk:

  • Soy milk: 1/4 cup
  • Ice cubes: 1/2 cup
  • Hot coffee or cold brew: 1 to 2 cups
  • Sweetener or syrup of choice (optional)

Soy milk is the base of the drink. Silk, Edensoy, and Westsoy are our best brands of soy milk for coffee.

The coffee or cold brew gives the iced coffee drink its flavor. A cold brew is a great option if you have digestive issues and need it to be low-acidic.

The sweetener or syrup of choice is optional and depends on how sweet you want your iced coffee to be. We prefer to use honey, agave, or coconut sugar. Traditional sugar and flavored syrups also taste good.

How to make iced coffee with soy milk

Follow these simple steps to make iced coffee:

  1. Brew a strong pot of coffee or use cold brew coffee.
  2. Add 1/4 cup of unsweetened soy milk to the coffee.
  3. Add any sweetener of your choice, such as sugar or honey, to taste.
  4. Stir the mixture until the sweetener is dissolved.
  5. Fill a glass with ice cubes.
  6. Pour the coffee and soy milk mixture over the ice.
  7. Stir and enjoy!

The amount of soy milk will depend on how creamy or strong you want the iced coffee to be. For a more creamy iced coffee, add more soy milk. Use less soy milk for an iced coffee with a stronger coffee taste.

You can also try using different types of sweeteners. Agave syrup, maple syrup, and locally-sourced honey are good options.

Iced coffee with soy milk tips and variations

Here are some tips and variations to make your soy milk iced coffee taste even better:

  • Try different types of coffee beans to find your favorite flavor. The most common types of coffee beans found in stores are: Arabica, Robusta, Excelsa and Liberica. If you are more focused on the type of coffee roast. Dark roast coffee usually works well with soy milk because it has a strong flavor that doesn’t get overshadowed by the soy milk.
  • Add a sweetener like honey or agave syrup if you prefer sweet iced coffee. You can also use vanilla or caramel-flavored syrups
  • For an iced coffee with a creamier texture, use vanilla soy milk instead of regular soy milk. Vanilla soy milk tends to be thicker and creamier than non-flavored soy milk. You can also try adding a splash of coconut milk or almond milk to the mix.
  • If you like strong iced coffee, add an extra shot of espresso to your coffee or use a dark roast.

Iced Coffee with soy milk recipes

There are many ways to enjoy iced coffee with soy milk, and it’s a great option for those who are lactose intolerant or vegan.

  • Use dark roast or cold brew coffee for strong coffee flavor.
  • Add sweetener or flavorings to taste, especially if you use unsweetened soy milk.
  • For a creamy iced coffee, heat up soy milk and use a hand mixer or frother to make it more creamy
  • Try different flavors of soy milk, such as vanilla or chocolate.
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