Wednesday 19 August 2015

Soybean Milk Agar Agar

I was in a rush, so grabbed a few items plus 2 packs of soybean milk on offer price "buy 2 at $XX" ... dashed to checkout cashier.

A few days later ... was wondering ... why the 2 packs of soybean milk were so slow moving in the refrigerator ...

Boy : Mom, you've bought the wrong type ... these soybean milk is not sweet at all !!

I took a closer look at the packaging "Unsweetened" ... oppsie ! ...

Mom : So what should I do with these 1 & half packs of soybean or soya bean milk ?
Girl : Go make some cold desserts for us ... hee ... hee!

Since I've got a small sachet of agar agar powder, let's try out some agar agar .... using the packaging printed instructions as guide. Replaced the water to soybean milk and here's some Soybean Milk Agar Agar.

Chilled for a few hours and served with some fruits and canned longan ... very refreshing.  They commented that these cold desserts tasted nice, texture soft and has some fragrance of 豆花 soya bean curd.  Well, to finish off the soymilk, I made another batch of soymilk agar agar the next day ....


This post is linked to the event Little Thumbs Up (August 2015 : Brown Sugar and Molasses) organised by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen of My Little Favourite DIY, and hosted by Jess from Bakericious.


  1. this is so good for hot weather, looks great :)

  2. Hi Karen,

    I like how you "get rid" of these unsweetened soy milk. You are so brilliant with this transformation :D


  3. Karen, what a lovely dessert! Thanks to your kids hah..hah...

  4. Your soy milk dessert looks so tasty. I am sure all finished in a jiffy!

  5. Hi Karen, this is such a lovely dessert to be served after dinner.

  6. Hi Karen, very clever of you, beautiful dessert!


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