The concept of this dessert soup might be strange to a lot of people, but once you try making our recipe, you would want to make it a part of every celebration. This dish is made of a fruit soup base and is loaded with chunks of fresh fruits. It’s all-natural, healthy, creamy, and refreshing. Serve the cold fruit soup in a watermelon bowl with peach jelly and chocolate peanut butter cookies for a fun and nutritious snack.
Tips on Making Fruit Soup
This festive dish deserves a spot on your holiday soup recipes. Here’s how you can perfect it at home:
- If you have fruits at peak ripeness and are just about to go overripe, this is a great way to utilize them. The fruits don’t need to have the best skin or texture. As long as they’re sweet, you can use them.
- If you want to add other fruits, use juicy summer fruits like peaches, watermelon, and pineapple.
- Add other sinkers to the chilled soup like mandarin orange wedges, grapes, nata de coco, melon balls, pomegranate seeds, or whatever fruits you like.
- If you want to make it healthier, feel free to switch the sugar with maple syrup, honey, stevia, or Splenda.
You can serve this fruity dessert soup at your Christmas eve dinner, picnics, or on a breakfast date to go with souffle pancakes. Let’s get to making it.
How To Make Summer Fruit Soup
Despite being an incredibly simple recipe for summer, fruit soup is definitely not lacking in flavor. This wonderful concoction has the right balance of refreshing, tarty, and creamy quality perfect for any time of the day.
In a saucepot, combine orange juice, strawberry puree, sugar, ginger, and tapioca starch. Mix well then heat up to a boil until slightly thickened.
Take it off from the heat. Add in the lemon juice and yogurt.
Pour it into a big bowl. Add the cantaloupe, strawberries, and the other sinkers (optional). Cover it using plastic wrap and chill for at least an hour.
If desired, you can garnish it with low-fat sour cream and mint sprig. Serve and enjoy!
Commonly Asked Questions
Is fruit soup a thick soup?
Fruit soup is thicker than fruit juice, but not as thick as pudding. However, you can make it as thick or as loose as you like. If it’s too thick, just add more orange juice to the mix to thin it out.
Can I freeze fruity soup?
Yes, you can make it ahead, freeze it, and thaw before serving and it’ll be fine as this recipe uses tapioca starch. Tapioca starch is a freezer-stable thickener. It will not break or change texture when frozen.
Enjoy your summer fruits in a new and refreshing way. This fruit soup will definitely bring fun and festive vibes to any get-togethers with your family!
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