Cold Soup

No need to ditch soups when the weather starts warming up—just turn to cold vegetable soups. Food & Wine’s guide includes recipes like classic gazpacho and chilled cucumber soup, with many of the options taking advantage of the fresh summer produce. Try this chilled zucchini soup with purslane when you need a creamy, vegan meal that squeezes in all of your vegetables for the day.

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Food & Wine: Fruit Soup
Fruit Soup
Fruit soup can be eaten warm or cold, and is sometimes served as a dessert--it’s a great refreshing treat for hot summer days. Norwegian-style fruit soup is made with dried fruit like prunes, apricots and raisins, so it can be eaten all year round, and Swedish fruit soup is made with seasonal berries and a splash of champagne. Some of our favorite fruits to use in soup are plums, cherries, mangoes and pineapple, and we like to add coconut milk, orange juice and fresh herbs to create dessert-worthy bowls. We also love to add seasonal fruits like watermelon, strawberries and grapes to traditional Spanish gazpacho. Here, our best fruit soup recipes. 

The Best Cold Soup Ideas

Easy Cold Soup Recipes


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