Cold soup may be something that is opposite that you got used to. But eating a hot soup on a super hot summer day is not a thing that you feel like eating.
And on the other hand, soups are a great way to have a good and healthy meal.
Furthermore, if you are a ‘souper’ but don’t want to sweat more over your bowl of soup, a perfect solution is cold soup.
And we have collected several recipes that you will love this summer.
Cold Soup Recipes to Chill You During Hot Summer Days:
1. Chilled Cherry Tomato Soup
This soup classic will taste even better with fresh ingredients and if you haven’t tried the chilled version, now is the time!
Plus, you will enjoy all benefits tomatoes provide.
2. Zucchini and Basil Soup
Not sure what to do with your zucchini other than spiralize it?! Well, turn it into soup.
And basil adds a refreshing touch plus that amazing green color.
Plus those garlic croutons will give the soup it’s finally and probably the best touch!
3. Avocado and Asparagus Gazpacho
This soup is perfect if you want to improve your digestion. And it is super creamy, refreshing and nutritious.
4. Chilled Melon and Almond Soup
It’s time to fruit this list up!
This melon and almond soup sure looks like a heaven in a glass.
While the almond will provide some proteins, melon, mint and other ingredients will give you refreshing you definitely need during summer.
5. Chilled Tomato and Peach Soup With Ginger
This isn’t an average tomato soup.
This cold soup will take you to the other dimension of tomato soups.
First, you have peaches that give it another layer of flavor.
Secondly, but there are two generous tablespoons of ginger in the batch, ensuring this recipe is anything but bland.
6. Chilled Pineapple Soup Shots
The coconut-pineapple combination is a classic. But when you add bell peppers, onion, and cilantro to the mix, it’s a whole new level of delicious.
7. Spicy White Bean and Corn Gazpacho
This soup is raw and is perfect for hot summer days when it’s too warm to turn the stove on. White beans will give you the needed protein, therefore you can eat it as ea meal or as an appetizer.
The choice is yours and I’m sure it’s perfect either way!