Soy milk is commonly used in coffee beverages such as lattes and cappuccinos.
What Is A Soy Cappuccino?
A soy cappuccino is a delicious beverage that combines the rich flavor of coffee with the smooth and creamy texture of soy.
It is typically made by first brewing a pot of Moccona coffee.
This beverage uses a mixture of foamed soy milk and coffee to form a velvety froth on top.
Will A Milk Frother Work With Soy Milk?
Yes, you can froth soy milk just like cow’s milk.
The reason why soy milk works with a milk frother is because of its fat content.
Soy milk is made from soybeans that have been ground up and mixed with water.
Unlike cow’s milk, which contains both fat and protein, soy milk only contains fat.
This makes it similar to skimmed cow’s milk, which is also mostly water with a small amount of fat.
Where Can You Get A Cappuccino With Soy Milk?
You can get a cappuccino with soy milk at Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts and other coffee shops.
How Do You Make Soy Cappuccino?
Step One: Brew Your Espresso
The first step is to brew your espresso.
If you don’t have an espresso machine, you can use a stovetop espresso maker or even just a regular coffee maker.
Just make sure to use a dark roast coffee bean for the best flavor.
Once your espresso is brewed, set it aside and move on to step two.
Step Two: Heat the Soy Milk
Next, heat the soy milk in a saucepan over medium heat.
Stir frequently until the milk begins to steam and foam forms on the surface.
This should only take about five minutes.
Step Three: Whip the Soy Milk
Once the soy milk is heated, remove it from the heat and whisk it until it becomes light and frothy.
If you want your cappuccino to be extra foamy, you can use an electric hand mixer or immersion blender at this point.
Step Four: Pour It All Together
Now it’s time to assemble your cappuccino!
Pour the espresso into a coffee mug, then add the steamed soy milk.
Top it off with some of the foam from earlier (if desired) and enjoy!