Soyatoo Whipped Topping in Soy Whip and Soy-Free Rice Whip

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Many years ago, a reader named Kathleen from British Columbia emailed to tell us about Soyatoo Whipped Topping. She searched for a whipped cream that her milk allergic daughter could enjoy, and she discovered one grocer that had just begun stocking Soyatoo.

Soyatoo Soy Whipped Topping

Soyatoo is made by a German company called Tofutown. It’s still available in North America, but it isn’t easy to find. In fact, I randomly stumble upon it every few years at some grocery store, but it seems to move around. It’s sold refrigerated, and usually tucked away on a high shelf. Just keep your eyes open and you might spot it! Or you can usually order it only.

Soyatoo Whipped Topping in Soy Whip and Soy-Free Rice Whip

Soyatoo comes in two forms, in a ready-to-use spray canister and in a whippable carton. In North America, you will mostly see the spray canister, but in Europe they sell all varieties. Even the spray canisters have rare sightings in U.S. grocery stores, but you can order it online (see below).

Soy Whip

Soyatoo Whipped Cream Reviews and Info - Dairy-Free and Vegan Spray Whip made by Tofutown. Available in the US, Canada, and EuropeIngredients: organic soymilk (water, soybeans), organic coconut oil, organic fractionated palm kernel oil, organic sugar beet syrup, organic maltodextrin, tartaric acid, carrageenan, sea salt, natural vanilla extract, propellant (nitrous oxide). may contain traces of milk or nuts: this item is manufactured in a facility that also processes soy, milk, and nuts.

Nutrition (per 2 tablespoons): 10 calories, .5g fat, 1g carbs, 0g fiber, 1g sugars, 0g protein.*

Rice Whip

Soyatoo Whipped Cream Reviews and Info - Dairy-Free and Vegan Spray Whip made by Tofutown. Available in the US, Canada, and EuropeIngredients: organic Ricemilk (water, organic rice syrup, organic rice starch, organic rice flour), coconut oil, organic maltodextrin from rice, tartaric acid, carrageenan and gum Arabic (thickeners), sea salt. may contain traces of milk or nuts: this item is manufactured in a facility that also processes soy, milk, and nuts.

Nutrition (per 2 tablespoons): 10 calories, .5g fat, 1g carbs, 0g fiber, 1g sugars, 0g protein.*

The Facts on Soyatoo Whipped Topping

Price: $6.99 per 7-ounce canister

Availability: Soyatoo Whipped Topping is sold refrigerated in some grocery stores in the U.S. and it’s also available online from Vegan Essentials.

Certifications: I did not note any certifications on Soyatoo Whipped Topping. However, it is made with organic, non-GMO soymilk.

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Soyatoo Whipped Topping is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, peanut-free, vegan, vegetarian. The Rice Whip is also soy-free.*

For More Product Information: Visit the Vegan Essentials website at store.veganessentials.com. (Vegan Essentials is actually a retailer of the product, unfortunately, the Soyatoo website and Tofutown website don’t seem to work.)

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Rice Whip – One Shot and You are Done

2.0 rating
November 29, 2020

I read the reviews on the Rice Whip and a lot of them said the contents would not come out of the can after a use or two. The reviews were kind of old so I figured they must of fixed the problem by now so I bought a can. Got one serving out of it and it stopped working. What little I had I tasted pretty good but I am left with an almost full can and can’t get any more out. Won’t buy this product again.

William

Barely comes out of can

1.0 rating
August 23, 2020

I let it sit out of frig for over 20 minutes and it still barely comes out of can not to mention the tip falls off.

Sandy Joubert

So happy I found this

5.0 rating
June 19, 2020

I have to say that if you are looking for dairy free whip cream that will last and tastes good try Soyatoo, it is fabulous.

Kathleen

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Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

2 Comments

  1. I just purchased the Soya Too whip topping and was surprised to see on the back that it “may contain traces on milk”! Have you had any issues? I emailed the company, but don’t want to give it to my allergic son without further research. Thanks!

    • Hi Leah,

      Unfortunately a lot of dairy-free alternatives, let alone other products, have that claim as they are often made or packaged in the same facility as their dairy-laden cousins (due to similar packaging processes). However, usually there are protocols in place to prevent cross-contamination with dairy alternatives, but they include the disclaimer just in case. Check with the company to make sure you are comfortable with the product and processes. I do know of milk allergy moms who do buy that product.