Chilled Strawberry Soup Recipe

Chilled Strawberry Soup

Chilled Strawberry Soup Recipe
Preparation time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: 0 minutes | Servings: 4


Chilled Strawberry Soup
Chilled Strawberry Soup

Chilled Strawberry Soup is a refreshing and light dish perfect for hot summer days. This soup is a delightful combination of sweet strawberries and fizzy ginger ale, creating a unique and delicious flavor profile.


Chilled fruit soups have been enjoyed for centuries, with variations found in different cultures around the world. The combination of strawberries and ginger ale in this particular recipe is a modern twist on the classic fruit soup.


Strawberry Ginger Ale

How to prepare

  1. Combine the berries, sugar, and ginger ale.
  2. Place the mixture in the refrigerator.


  • Add a splash of balsamic vinegar for a tangy twist.
  • Substitute the ginger ale with sparkling water for a lighter version.
  • Top the soup with chopped nuts or granola for added texture.

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Make sure to use ripe and sweet strawberries for the best flavor.

- Adjust the amount of sugar based on the sweetness of the strawberries.

- Chill the soup for at least an hour before serving to allow the flavors to meld together.

Serving Suggestions

Serve the Chilled Strawberry Soup in chilled bowls garnished with fresh mint leaves or a dollop of whipped cream.

Cooking Techniques

This recipe requires no cooking, simply mix the ingredients together and chill in the refrigerator.

Ingredient Substitutions

Use honey or agave nectar instead of sugar for a natural sweetener.

- Swap out the strawberries for other berries like raspberries or blueberries.

Make Ahead Tips

Chilled Strawberry Soup can be made ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.

Presentation Ideas

Serve the soup in elegant glass bowls or mason jars for a beautiful presentation.

Pairing Recommendations

Pair the Chilled Strawberry Soup with a light salad or a sandwich for a complete meal.

Storage and Reheating Instructions

Store any leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Serve chilled.

Nutrition Information

Calories per serving

Calories: 120


Total Carbohydrates: 30g

Dietary Fiber: 3g

Sugars: 25g


Total Fat: 0g

Saturated Fat: 0g

Trans Fat: 0g


Protein: 1g

Vitamins and minerals

Vitamin C: 60% DV

Vitamin A: 2% DV

Iron: 2% DV


This recipe is gluten-free and dairy-free.


Chilled Strawberry Soup is a low-calorie and refreshing dish that is high in vitamin C and fiber.


Chilled Strawberry Soup is a delightful and refreshing dish that is perfect for summer. With its sweet strawberry flavor and fizzy ginger ale, this soup is sure to be a hit at your next gathering.

How did I get this recipe?

The memory of discovering this recipe for the first time is a happy one. It was a warm summer day, and I was visiting my dear friend Sarah for a leisurely afternoon tea. As we chatted and caught up on each other's lives, Sarah disappeared into the kitchen and emerged with a bowl of the most beautiful pink soup I had ever seen.

"What is this delightful concoction?" I asked, intrigued by the vibrant color and the sweet aroma that wafted from the bowl.

"It's chilled strawberry soup," Sarah replied with a smile. "I learned how to make it from a dear friend of mine who used to live in France. It's the perfect refreshing treat for a hot day like today."

I eagerly took a spoonful of the soup and was instantly transported to strawberry fields in the French countryside. The flavors were bright and fresh, with a hint of creaminess that made it feel indulgent yet light. I knew then and there that I had to learn how to make this delightful dish myself.

Over the next few weeks, I pestered Sarah for the recipe, and she finally relented and shared it with me. Armed with a list of ingredients and a newfound sense of culinary adventure, I set out to make chilled strawberry soup for the first time.

I gathered the freshest strawberries I could find from the local farmer's market, along with some Greek yogurt, honey, and a splash of orange juice for a citrusy kick. As I blended the ingredients together in my trusty food processor, the kitchen filled with the sweet scent of strawberries and anticipation.

After a few hours of chilling in the refrigerator, the soup was ready to be served. I ladled it into bowls and garnished it with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle of fresh mint leaves. The first spoonful was like a burst of summer in my mouth - cool, creamy, and bursting with the natural sweetness of ripe strawberries.

I couldn't believe how easy it was to make such a delectable dish. From that moment on, chilled strawberry soup became a staple in my summer recipe repertoire. I would make it for family gatherings, potlucks, and any occasion that called for a refreshing and elegant dessert.

As the years went by, I continued to experiment with different variations of the recipe. I added a splash of balsamic vinegar for a tangy twist, or swapped out the yogurt for coconut milk for a dairy-free option. Each new iteration brought its own unique flavor profile, but the essence of the original recipe remained the same - a celebration of the simple beauty of fresh strawberries.

I shared the recipe with friends and family, passing it down through generations as a cherished heirloom. My grandchildren would help me pick strawberries from the garden and gleefully watch as I whipped up a batch of chilled soup for them to enjoy on hot summer days.

Now, as I sit in my kitchen, surrounded by the warmth and love of my family, I can't help but smile at the memory of that fateful afternoon with Sarah. It was the beginning of a culinary journey that has brought me so much joy and fulfillment.

And as I take a sip of chilled strawberry soup, I am reminded once again of the power of good food to bring people together, to create memories, and to nourish both body and soul. In that simple bowl of soup, I taste the love and laughter of a lifetime spent sharing meals with those I hold dear.

And for that, I am eternally grateful.


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