8 DIY Cold Soup Recipes To Refresh Yourself

8 diy cold soup recipes to refresh yourself cover

Though summer is coming to an end, it’s still hot, so we all need some refreshment. Cold and refreshing food is on top – ice cream, cheesecakes, iced tea and many other tasty things, and if you want something more nutritious, then you need some cold soup. There are many tasty recipes in different cuisines of the world, let’s have a look at the tastiest recipes that will inspire you to cook!

The cucumber and avocado marriage is ideal for keeping you refreshed. Here there are apples added but if you don’t feel like blending apple within the cold soup, at least, just try it diced as a topping and see by yourself. Apple and cucumber chunks will add some texture and freshness!

DIY avocado and cucumber soup (via cookalifebymaevaen.blogspot.ru)

DIY avocado and cucumber soup (via cookalifebymaevaen.blogspot.ru)

This delicious cream cucumber soup can be made ahead and enjoyed all week; so, you do need to cook initially, but the rest is easy. Use your favorite puree method and be rewarded with a refreshing summer soup that will make your guests swoon. The soup needs to be made ahead,  chilled at least four hours, then adjusted for seasoning; food served cold needs more salt for flavor than food served warm. A little trouble in the beginning, but worth the effort and a terrific way to take advantage of bountiful summer produce.

DIY cucumber vichyssoise (via www.thegoodeatsco.com)

DIY cucumber vichyssoise (via www.thegoodeatsco.com)

If you like mint, and if you also enjoy a chilled soup once in a while, you will like minty pea soup! This minty pea soup recipe is made with a love tap. If you want to be slapped upside the head with mint, just increase the amount by 2 teaspoons or so and you will have a minty pea soup experience! This minty pea soup is delicious served hot or chilled. It can be served as a party appetizer in cute little cups.

DIY minty pea soup (via https:)

DIY minty pea soup (via https:)

This chilled chickpea soup is everything you love about hummus in soup form. It’s gluten-free and easy to make vegan (just leave out the feta). Plus it’s packed with protein and calcium! You can definitely make both the soup and the topping ahead and store them in the fridge. The soup tends to thicken up a bit when chilled, so just thin it out with a little more almond milk or water.

DIY chilled chickpea soup (via turniptheoven.com)

DIY chilled chickpea soup (via turniptheoven.com)

This three onion green chile soup is a tasty cold soup with a richness created from the use of three different types of onion and a little spice from roasted green chile. For a bit of sweetness and crunch, this soup is topped with a dollop of sour cream and toasted pinons. Serve with a simple grilled cheese of cheddar and bacon bits or your favorite for a complete meal.

DIY cold three onion green chile soup (via mjskitchen.com)

DIY cold three onion green chile soup (via mjskitchen.com)

There is nothing more refreshing than a bowl of ice cold gazpacho, so when the temps soar into the triple digits where you are, don’t sweat it, make soup! Heirloom tomatoes are fruity, sweet, and less acidic than regular tomatoes. A little olive oil loosens and enriches the puree, and a splash of sherry vinegar livens it up.

DIY heirloom tomato gazpacho (via https:)

DIY heirloom tomato gazpacho (via https:)

This is refreshing and no-cooking required delicious summer yogurt soup. Amazing recipe you can prepare couple of days in advance for you or your guests. The best thing about this soup is that you can prepare it in advance, store it in the freezer or fridge, and then just finish it off a few minutes before serving. And even serving of this soup can be a special event or part of serving it for your guests.

DIY yogurt cucumber and salmon soup (via https:)

DIY yogurt cucumber and salmon soup (via https:)

Super tasty and extremely refreshing, this cold cucumber soup is the perfect dish to cool you down during those hot summer days. The soup is called tarator, which is a traditional Bulgarian summer soup, which can be found on the menu of many restaurants and diners. It’s actually a chilled soup, though some people prefer to call it a liquid salad, which really does work well on the pallet.

DIY tarator chilled cucumber soup (via barktime.co.uk)

DIY tarator chilled cucumber soup (via barktime.co.uk)