After trying store-bought black sesame milk and discovering its nutritional benefits, we were inspired to create our own homemade version. Black sesame seeds are naturally packed with iron, calcium, and magnesium, making this dairy-free milk a nutritious choice. With just three simple ingredients, you can easily make this nutty and refreshing drink at home. Let’s dive into the recipe and enjoy the process of creating this delightful beverage!


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  • Black Sesame Seeds – These are small, dark seeds with a rich and nutty flavor. They are packed with nutrients like iron, calcium, magnesium, and healthy fats. They are the key ingredient that gives black sesame soymilk its distinctive taste. If you can’t find black sesame seeds, you can use regular white sesame seeds instead. However, note that the flavor and color of the soymilk will differ slightly.
  • Soybeans – Soybeans are the main ingredient in soymilk. They are legumes that are rich in protein, fiber, and various vitamins and minerals. They provide a creamy texture and contribute to the nutritional profile of the soymilk. If you prefer a different type of milk, you can substitute soybeans with other beans or nuts, such as almonds, cashews, or oats. However, keep in mind that the flavor and texture of the soymilk will change accordingly.
  • Water – Water is added to the mixture to create the desired consistency and to help blend the ingredients together. It serves as the base for the soymilk.
  • Sugar – Sugar is a common sweetener used in recipes like black sesame soymilk. It adds sweetness and enhances flavor. Some substitutes for sugar include honey, maple syrup, stevia, coconut sugar and brown sugar. Experiment with these alternatives to suit your taste preferences.

Remember, the substitutions may affect the taste, texture, and nutritional composition of the black sesame soymilk, so experiment and adjust accordingly to achieve the desired results.


  • Soak soybeans overnight before preparing the soymilk. This helps soften the beans and aids in blending and extracting their flavors.
  • After blending, you can strain the mixture through a cheesecloth or a fine-mesh strainer to remove any remaining solids and achieve a smoother consistency. This step is optional, depending on your preference for texture.
  • Adjusting consistency: If the soymilk is too thick, you can add more water and blend again until you reach the desired consistency. Similarly, if it’s too thin, you can blend in more soaked soybeans or black sesame seeds.
  • Add sweeteners gradually and taste as you go. Adjust the amount of sweetener based on your personal preference. Remember, you can always add more but can’t take it away, so start with a smaller amount and add more if needed.
  • Keep the black sesame soymilk refrigerated in a sealed container. It is best consumed within a few days. Shake well before serving, as natural separation may occur.
  • Shake or stir before serving: If the soymilk separates after being stored, simply give it a good shake or stir before serving to recombine the ingredients.

Remember, these tips are general guidelines, and you can adjust them based on your personal preferences and dietary needs. Enjoy the process of creating your own homemade black sesame soymilk and have fun exploring different variations and flavors.


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  1. Rinse the soaked soybeans thoroughly and drain the water.
  2. In a blender or food processor, add the black sesame seeds and blend until finely ground into a powder-like consistency.
  3. In a large pot, bring 4 cups of water to a boil.
  4. Add the ground black sesame seeds and soaked soybeans to the boiling water.
  5. Reduce the heat to a simmer and cook for about 15-20 minutes, or until the soybeans are tender.
  6. Remove the pot from the heat and allow the mixture to cool slightly.
  7. Using a blender or an immersion blender, blend the mixture until smooth and well combined. You can adjust the consistency by adding more water if desired.
  8. If desired, strain the mixture through a cheesecloth or a fine-mesh strainer to remove any remaining solids. This step is optional, as some people prefer a slightly textured drink.
  9. Sweeten the black sesame soymilk with your preferred sweetener, such as sugar, honey, or maple syrup, according to your taste. Add a few drops of vanilla extract or other flavorings if desired.
  10. Stir well to ensure the sweetener is fully dissolved.
  11. Serve the black sesame soymilk hot and enjoy its rich and nutty flavor.


Black sesame soymilk can be enjoyed on its own as a refreshing and nutritious beverage. However, if you’re looking for additional serving ideas or accompaniments, here are some options:

  1. Baked Goods: Serve black sesame soymilk alongside your favorite baked goods, such as cookies, muffins, or biscotti. The nutty flavor of the soymilk complements these treats well.
  2. Fresh Fruits: Pair black sesame soymilk with a plate of fresh fruits like sliced bananas, strawberries, or mangoes. The creamy texture of the soymilk can provide a nice contrast to the juicy and vibrant fruits.
  3. Nuts and Seeds: Create a wholesome snack by serving black sesame soymilk with a side of mixed nuts and seeds. Almonds, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, or chia seeds can add a delightful crunch and additional nutritional value.
  4. Granola or Cereal: Pour black sesame soymilk over a bowl of granola or your favorite cereal for a nourishing and satisfying breakfast or snack. It adds a creamy element to the mix and enhances the overall flavor.
  5. Smoothies: Incorporate black sesame soymilk as a base in your smoothies. Combine it with fruits, greens, and other ingredients of your choice for a creamy and nutritious blend.
  6. Asian Desserts: Black sesame is a popular ingredient in Asian desserts. Serve black sesame soymilk alongside traditional treats like black sesame dumplings, mochi, or sesame-flavored rice cakes to create a harmonious dessert experience.

These suggestions provide a starting point, but feel free to explore and combine black sesame soymilk with other foods or beverages that you enjoy. Let your creativity guide you and discover new flavor combinations that suit your taste preferences.


Black sesame soymilk can be used in various recipes to add a unique flavor and creamy texture. Here are some ideas for dishes or treats you can make using black sesame soymilk:

  1. Smoothie Bowls: Blend black sesame soymilk with frozen fruits like bananas, berries, or mangoes to create a thick and creamy smoothie bowl. Top it with your favorite toppings such as granola, fresh fruits, nuts, or seeds for added texture and flavor.
  2. Black Sesame Pudding: Use black sesame soymilk as the base for a delicious pudding. Mix it with a thickening agent like agar-agar or cornstarch, sweeten it to taste, and chill until set. Serve the pudding with a sprinkle of toasted black sesame seeds on top.
  3. Black Sesame Ice Cream: Combine black sesame soymilk with a sweetener of your choice and freeze it using an ice cream maker or in a container. Enjoy homemade black sesame ice cream with its distinctive nutty flavor.
  4. Overnight Oats: Use black sesame soymilk as a dairy-free liquid in overnight oats. Combine it with rolled oats, chia seeds, and your desired mix-ins such as fruits, nuts, or sweeteners. Let the mixture sit overnight in the refrigerator for a ready-to-eat, creamy and nutritious breakfast.
  5. Black Sesame Latte: Froth black sesame soymilk and mix it with a shot of espresso or brewed coffee for a flavorful and creamy latte. You can also add a touch of sweetener and sprinkle some ground black sesame seeds on top for an extra touch.
  6. Black Sesame Pancakes or Waffles: Incorporate black sesame soymilk into your pancake or waffle batter for a twist on the classic breakfast dish. The soymilk adds a subtle nuttiness and richness to the final result.
  7. Black Sesame Smoothies: Create a refreshing and nutritious smoothie by blending black sesame soymilk with frozen fruits, leafy greens, protein powder, and any other desired additions. Customize the flavor with sweeteners or spices like cinnamon or vanilla.

These are just a few ideas to inspire you, but don’t hesitate to experiment and explore new recipes using black sesame soymilk. It can be a versatile ingredient that adds a unique flavor and creaminess to various dishes and treats.


Black sesame soymilk can be made ahead of time and stored for later use. Here are some instructions on how to make it ahead and store it properly:

  1. Prepare the black sesame soymilk as per the recipe instructions.
  2. Allow the soymilk to cool completely before storing it. This helps maintain its freshness and flavor.
  3. Once cooled, transfer the black sesame soymilk to a clean, airtight container or glass jar.
  4. Seal the container tightly to prevent any air or moisture from entering.
  5. Label the container with the date of preparation to keep track of its freshness.
  6. Place the container in the refrigerator and store it for up to 2 to 3 days.
  7. Before using the stored black sesame soymilk, give it a good shake or stir as natural separation may occur.

Note: Homemade soymilk may separate or develop a layer of sediment when stored. This is natural, and simply mixing or shaking the container before use will help distribute the ingredients evenly again.

When ready to use the made-ahead black sesame soymilk, you can enjoy it chilled or gently heat it on the stovetop or microwave. Use it in recipes or serve it as a refreshing beverage.

Remember to always check the freshness and quality of the stored soymilk before consuming. If it looks or smells off, discard it to ensure food safety.

By following these instructions, you can conveniently make black sesame soymilk ahead of time and have it readily available for various recipes or to enjoy whenever you desire.


Storage: Transfer the black sesame soymilk to a clean, airtight container or glass jar. Ensure the container is tightly sealed to prevent air and moisture from entering. Store the soymilk in the refrigerator, where it can stay fresh for up to 2 to 3 days. Keep the container away from strong-smelling foods to avoid any flavor transfer. Label the container with the date of preparation for easy reference.

Reheating: If you prefer to consume the black sesame soymilk warm, gently heat it on the stovetop or in the microwave. On the stovetop, pour the desired amount of soymilk into a small saucepan. Heat it over low to medium heat, stirring occasionally, until it reaches your desired temperature. Be careful not to boil or overheat it to prevent curdling. In the microwave, transfer the desired amount of soymilk to a microwave-safe container. Heat it in short intervals, stirring in between, until it reaches the desired temperature. Microwave power levels vary, so adjust the timing accordingly.

Important Tips:

  1. Before consuming reheated black sesame soymilk, stir it well to ensure the ingredients are evenly distributed. Separation may occur during storage, and mixing will help restore the consistency.
  2. Do not reheat the soymilk multiple times or let it sit at room temperature for extended periods. This can affect its taste, texture, and safety.
  3. It’s always best to consume the reheated soymilk promptly to enjoy its optimal flavor and quality.

By following these storage and reheating tips, you can keep your black sesame soymilk fresh and enjoy it warm whenever desired.


Can I use roasted sesame seeds instead of black sesame seeds for making black sesame soymilk?

While black sesame seeds are traditionally used for black sesame soymilk, you can substitute them with roasted sesame seeds if needed. However, please note that the flavor and color of the soymilk may be slightly different.

Can I use sweeteners like honey or maple syrup in black sesame soymilk?

Yes, you can use sweeteners like honey, maple syrup, or any other preferred sweetener to add sweetness to black sesame soymilk. Adjust the amount according to your taste preferences.

Can I use store-bought soymilk instead of making it from scratch?

Yes, if you prefer convenience, you can use store-bought soymilk as a base and blend it with black sesame seeds to create black sesame soymilk. However, the flavor and texture may vary compared to making it from scratch.

Can I freeze black sesame soymilk?

Freezing black sesame soymilk is not recommended as it may alter the texture and quality. It’s best to consume it fresh or store it in the refrigerator for a few days.

Is black sesame soymilk suitable for individuals with nut allergies?

Black sesame soymilk is a nut-free alternative, making it suitable for individuals with nut allergies. However, it’s always important to check the ingredient labels of any store-bought soymilk or pre-made versions to ensure they are free from potential allergens.

Can I adjust the portion size of the recipes?

You can adjust the recipe by clicking the serving size in the recipe in recipes card to your liking!
If you can find the exact portion that you like, you can, also, adjust this in manual mode. Make sure that the cooking times and temperatures have been adjusted for different quantities of ingredients. Even preparation time (such as for cutting) may be different than in the original recipe. Please do not pass the max line indicated inside of the mixing bowl. The capacity of the mixing bowl is 2.2 liters.

This recipes is compatible with which model of Thermomix®?

This recipes suitable for TM31 / TM5 / TM6


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Black Sesame Soy Milk


Black sesame soy milk is a good source of protein, calcium, and other nutrients, and can be enjoyed on its own or used in recipes as a substitute for dairy milk. It has a creamy, slightly nutty flavor and is often fortified with vitamins and minerals to further enhance its nutritional profile.

Yields2 Servings
Prep Time4 hrsCook Time19 minsTotal Time4 hrs 19 mins

 650 g water
 80 g dried soy beans, soak 4 hours
 2 pandan leaves
 20 g black sesame seed, toasted
 25 g sugar


Place 650 g water, soaked soybeans and black sesame seeds into mixing bowl, cook 18 min | 100°C | Speed 1.


After cooking, add sugar to the mixture. Blend it for 1 min | Speed 10. until smooth and well combined. Serve hot.


 650 g water
 80 g dried soy beans, soak 4 hours
 2 pandan leaves
 20 g black sesame seed, toasted
 25 g sugar



Place 650 g water, soaked soybeans and black sesame seeds into mixing bowl, cook 18 min | 100°C | Speed 1.


After cooking, add sugar to the mixture. Blend it for 1 min | Speed 10. until smooth and well combined. Serve hot.

Black Sesame Soy Milk

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