Some great dairy-free yogurts have emerged in recent years, but Silk Soymilk Yogurt was the original dairy-free “Yoplait.” It hit that sweet, creamy consistency and was instantly popular. So it isn’t surprising that every flavor of Silk Soymilk Yogurt is still around. The packaging has changed, but the contents are still the same. Nevertheless, I’m updating this post with ingredients, nutrition facts, reviews (at bottom!) and current product images with the product facts.
Silk Soymilk Yogurt Alternative was the First Dairy Alternative to Yoplait
There’s something about soy that just works with yogurt. It’s actually a shame that more soy-based yogurt alternatives haven’t lasted. It creates a perfect yogurt consistency without much fat, melds well with flavors, and boasts natural protein.
Silk Soymilk Yogurt comes in regular-sized single-serve cups, but a couple varieties are available in larger 24-ounce tubs. Unfortunately, they don’t have an unsweetened variety. The Plain has a modest amount of sugar, but it only comes in the larger tubs.
Ingredients: soymilk (filtered water, soybeans), cane sugar, corn starch, tricalcium phosphate, pectin, natural flavor, dipotassium phosphate, sea salt, citric acid, live and active cultures, mixed tocopherols and vitamin c ester (to protect freshness), vitamin d2. Contains: soy.*
Nutrition (per 5.3-ounce cup): 110 calories, 4g fat, 10g carbs, 2g fiber, 5g sugars (includes 4g added sugars), 7g protein. Fortified with the following RDA percentages: 20% calcium, 10% vitamin D.*
Ingredients: soymilk (filtered water, soybeans), cane sugar, corn starch, pectin, tricalcium phosphate, citric acid, natural flavor, dipotassium phosphate, sea salt, vanilla bean, live and active cultures, mixed tocopherols and vitamin c ester (to protect freshness), vitamin d2. Contains: soy.*
Nutrition (per 5.3-ounce cup): 140 calories, 3.5g fat, 21g carbs, 2g fiber, 16g sugars, 6g protein. Fortified with the following RDA percentages: 15% calcium, 10% vitamin D.*
Ingredients: soymilk (filtered water, soybeans), cane sugar, peach, mango, corn starch, peach puree, tricalcium phosphate, pectin, citric acid, natural flavor, dipotassium phosphate, sea salt, live and active cultures, mixed tocopherols (to protect freshness), annatto (for color), vitamin c ester (to protect freshness), vitamin d2. Contains: soy.*
Nutrition (per 5.3-ounce cup): 120 calories, 3.5g fat, 17g carbs, 2g fiber, 12g sugars (includes 11g added sugars), 6g protein. Fortified with the following RDA percentages: 15% calcium, 10% vitamin D.*
Ingredients: soymilk (filtered water, soybeans), cane sugar, strawberries, corn starch, strawberry juice concentrate, tricalcium phosphate, pectin, natural flavor, citric acid, dipotassium phosphate, fruit and vegetable juice (for color), sea salt, live and active cultures, mixed tocopherols and vitamin c ester (to protect freshness), vitamin d2. Contains: soy.*
Nutrition (per 5.3-ounce cup): 130 calories, 3.5g fat, 18g carbs, 2g fiber, 12g sugars (includes 11g added sugars), 6g protein. Fortified with the following RDA percentages: 15% calcium, 10% vitamin D.*
Ingredients: soymilk (filtered water, soybeans), cane sugar, blueberries, corn starch, pectin, tricalcium phosphate, fruit and vegetable juice (for color), blueberry puree concentrate, natural flavor, dipotassium phosphate, citric acid, sea salt, live and active cultures, mixed tocopherols and vitamin c ester (to protect freshness), vitamin d2. Contains: soy.*
Nutrition (per 5.3-ounce cup): 130 calories, 3g fat, 19g carbs, 2g fiber, 13g sugars (includes 12g added sugars), 6g protein. Fortified with the following RDA percentages: 15% calcium, 10% vitamin D.*
Ingredients: soymilk (filtered water, soybeans), cane sugar, pineapple, mango, corn starch, tricalcium phosphate, pectin, natural flavor, passion fruit juice concentrate, dipotassium phosphate, sea salt, citric acid, live and active cultures, mixed tocopherols (to protect freshness), turmeric (for color), vitamin c ester (to protect freshness), vitamin d2. Contains: soy.*
Nutrition (per 5.3-ounce cup): 130 calories, 3g fat, 20g carbs, 2g fiber, 16g sugars (includes 15g added sugars), 6g protein. Fortified with the following RDA percentages: 15% calcium, 10% vitamin D.*
More Facts on Silk Soymilk Yogurt
Price: $1.69 per 5.3-ounce single
Availability: Silk Soymilk Yogurt Alternative is available at Target and other major grocers in the U.S.
Certifications: Silk Soymilk Yogurt Alternative is Non-GMO Verified.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Silk Soymilk Yogurt Alternative is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, peanut-free, vegan, and vegetarian.*
For More Product Information: Visit the Silk website at silk.com.
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy.
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Still a favorite
I’m updating my review from a few years ago. I love that it’s made with whole soy (not isolates), is naturally balanced with protein, is calcium fortified, and the flavors are good. Overall, I liked this yogurt. My only complaint, is the consistency is a little starchy compared to some of the top dairy-free yogurt brands. It’s still smooth and the right thickness, the finish is just a little less creamy than some. The sugars are respectable for this size and type of yogurt, but I do wish they would make an unsweetened, too! I used to rely on unsweetened soy yogurt for recipes.
I never ate yogurt. The smell of it they fed the kids at preschool made me gag. But I on Noom and wanted something. I used to eat a tofu product years ago but was discontinued. I started the search and found almond milk yogurt but it had no protein. Then I found Silk. Oh my. I wish I could find the pineapple.
Best Yougurt alternative yet
We really, really enjoyed our first carton. The flavor is very close to dairy yogurt and the consistency is great, so it fills the bill for those of us who are trying to go dairy free and have had to eliminate yogurt from our diets. BUT, do not try to bake with it! I made biscuits with a tried and true recipe but using Silk for the liquid in the recipe. The result was disastrous. The biscuits became charcoal from the inside and turned hard as a rock when they were only half through baking. Totally inedible!!! I am glad that I saw what was happening before an oven fire started but the smoke was thick and heavy. Kind of scary!
I love this plain yogurt.
It agrees with my delicate GI system. It has excellent calcium and protein. Lowest sugar for such great taste. But, I just can’t find it in Rockville MD. So frustrating!
Silk JUST PLAIN soy yogurt
Excellent product. Good consistency. Wish it was a bit tarter but, when I can find the 24 oz containers, I purchase a bunch. Mostly, though, I make my own soy yogurt, but sometimes convenience rules.
Soy has gotten a bad name. I tolerate almond yogurt and totally dislike coconut yogurt. Neither have any tang.
Thank you for clarifying the differences between the soy Used in products.
Now if more stores would carry Silk Just Plain Soy Yogurt in the 24 oz container, I’d be a happy camper.
Soy Yogurt takes the Trophy!
I’ve tried almond, coconut, and soy yogurt alternatives. Coconut was too sweet, almond too thin, and soy? I can’t think of anything negative to say about soy yogurt.
I found the taste to be comparable to the noosa vanilla yogurt. It’s dairy-free, but it tastes like the real thing! Looking forward to trying new flavors.
What a treat!
I was so happy to find Silk soy yogurt, as most nondairy yogurt now is made of nuts or coconut, and I’m allergic to both. Also need gluten-free and no carrageenan. The taste and texture are great. My only problems with it are that the soy isn’t organic, and the sugar content is too high. The 24-oz lower sugar options are not available in stores here. Please make the others lower in sugar, too! I would buy them more often.
Silk dairy free yogurt is creamy and delicious! Thank-you Silk, keep up the good work to help save our planet!
Great ! They have a different variety of flavors and even have a plain version too.
Nice yogurt with no tasty stomach ache!
I am lactose intolerant, have to be gluten free and have nut allergies. I love yoghurt. So its a dream come true for me. I had the pineapple which bit sweet but the plain with added fresh blueberries- outstanding.
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I would really like to reduce my dairy intake but there is too much sugar carbs in this.
When they get it down to Carbmaster’s 4 grams I will try these.
I just tried the Silk cultured coconut plain and vanilla flavours. Absolutely phenomenal product, smooth and silky. Coupled with some freshly made granola it’s virtually indistinguishable from low fat dairy products and I love that I can sweeten to taste. Brilliant!
Fabulous! So glad you enjoyed it, too, Vicky. Thanks for sharing your feedback.
They took the non GMO label off the plain yogurt.
Very strange. According to their website, they are still non-GMO project verified – https://silk.com/products/plain-soy-dairy-free-yogurt-alternative-24-oz
I bought some peach mango today and i just love it. Can’t wait to try other flavors. When you going to make some with almond milk?
what is the shelf life of silk yoghurt
You mean after opening? I’m not sure. I would guess a few days. You can contact Silk directly with product questions -> https://silk.com
what is the shelf life of silk yoghurt ?
I never liked yogurt but I tried the Silk and it was delicious, it doesn’t taste sour like yo plait it’s a little sweeter with a better taste. I’m going plant crazy. Thanks to Silk for making something that I can eat.
I agree Moneca, it is really tasty! Thanks for sharing your review.
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I am in search of silk non dairy free yogurt in “plain” . Can’t seem to find it in any of the stores…can someone share which markets carry it?
It’s pretty new, so it might now be in stock yet. I would ask your local stores (the ones that sell Silk) if it is in the system yet. If it is, then they should be able to order it.
I love, love, love this product! In fact, one of my most popular posts from 2015 was a Tropical Smoothie Bowl which featured Silk Vanilla Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative. So yummy!
Ooh, I think I’ve seen that awesome recipe!
I’ve seen these in the store and wondered how they were! I’m not a HUGE fan of yogurt to begin with, I only like a few flavors of greek yogurt. We are almost 100% dairy free in our home, so this naturally would be a good fit for us! I’ll have to try them!
I’ve just gotten into it in the past month, and when I eat it for breakfast I load it up with berries for a great snack!
Mmm, yes, delicious with berries!
I love the fruit flavored yogurts and usually use them as snack/sweet treat with granola because like you said – lots of sugar. I had no idea they had a plain one in a large container. So can’t wait to get my hands on that!
I know, why does sugar have to taste so darn good! 🙂 The Simply Plain is definitely a good new option for much lower sugar.
CAN WAIT TO TRY THIS YOGURTS
I LOVE SILK PRODUCTS BUT IN THE PLAIN,
I WAS USING THE ALMONDS AND CAT. AND FOUND OUT OF MY ALLERGY TO THEM I BROKE OUT REAL BAD.
I WILL CONTINUE WITH THE PLAIN ONES AND THE VANILLA SILK MILK I AM DIABETIC AND THE CHANGES HAS DONE ME REAL GOOD RECOMMENDED TO ME AFTER WE FOUND OUT ABOUT MY HERNIATED DISC.
DR SAYS DAIRY FREE IS BEST OPTION FOR INTERNAL INJURIES WAY TO GO SILK A NEW CUSTOMER TO DAIRY FREE I LOVE YOU ALREADY THANK YOU THANK YOU
That yogurt does look pretty amazing, Alisa! I appreciate your detailed and honest review as always!
Thanks Shirley – I have fun sharing them!
I just tried it last week the strawberry flavor and I agree with you review. I really liked it although I do try to avoid soy as much as possible because of the issue with it increasing estrogen but once in a while I’m sure it’s fine for me to eat this.
What a great idea! Glad they have decided to jump into this market 🙂
I am hopeful we’ll find these locally soon. Silk is definitely the big brand in our neck of the woods!
Yes, I would think they should arrive soon. They are even at Walmart in our town.
I love their yogurt for baking too. I make a great banana muffin with their vanilla yogurt. My only complaint is the consistency varies…sometimes it’s watery-ish, and sometimes it’s perfect. Thanks for the review!
That’s interesting. I could see that being an issue from time to time though.
I’m actually a big fan of soy in dairy alternatives, as long as the soy used is whole soybeans, not a soy derivative like soy protein isolate, and organic and/or non-GMO. I’m a dairy-eater, but still like these Silk yogurts – soy just provides so much creaminess and silkiness, like regular yogurt. I’m excited they make a Simply Plain. I haven’t seen that but hope to find and try it soon!
Thanks so much for your feedback Amelia! The Simply Plain should be rolling out in stores soon. I got the chance to trial it at Natural Products Expo West in March, when it was officially released, but it reportedly has started shipping.