Soyatoo Vegan Whipped Cream

Overall Score3.5
  • Flavour
  • Texture
  • Cost
  • Convenience
  • This product is worth a buy, if only for that special occasion. Just make sure to warm up the can before using it!
Soyatoo Vegan Whipped Cream

Soyatoo Vegan Whipped Cream

The first time I bought Soyatoo vegan whipped cream, I was greatly disappointed. After only about two tablespoons of whipped cream, the can ran out of air pressure and stopped working. I paid $5.99 for that can, at a sale price. Since it was still on sale for $5.99 about a month later, I decided to give this product one more try. This second attempt came just in time to top off the last of my homemade vegan hot chocolate mix of the winter season. So far this can is holding up more than the last. I think the problem with the first can is a design flaw in the product. If the whipped cream is not room temperature, it is too thick to move out of the can and, therefore, only nitrous oxide escapes. As for flavour, the product is a great substitute for non-vegan whipped cream. You can definitely notice the soy flavour, but the texture and appearance is identical to your tradition canned whip. My favourite thing about this product is that you regain the experience of shaking and expelling whipped cream from a can (and into your mouth). There is a Rice Whip version, which I have not yet tried, for those looking for an alternative to soy.

The whip cream is highly sensitive to temperatures. Too cold and it won’t come out and will waste the nitrous oxide, too warm and it’s a liquid. Despite these flaws, Soyatoo is the only vegan whipped cream from a can that I have had, and it is a pleasure to relive old desserts and memories.

  •  Gluten free
  • Soy free option

Reg $7 CAN (Sale $5.99 CAN)

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My name is Dana Hart. I am an anthropology student and traveller. Veganism is a passion I have discovered in the past few years, and the more I learn, the more I love. While I prefer to make vegan creations in my kitchen, I am often busy with school or traveling across the country and need food on the road. What Vegans Eat is my project to share my passion for vegan food with other vegans and the world.

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