This strawberry soup recipe is fresh, sweet, and delicious. The perfect summer entertaining recipe. Every once in a while you order something at a restaurant and what they actually bring you is nothing like what you expected. It’s those unexpected surprises that are the best. This strawberry soup recipe is loosely based on a dessert we tried at one of our favorite local restaurants. A dessert that completely blew away our expectations, enough that we immediately came home and tried to recreate the soup at home. I’m so excited to share this recipe in partnership with Braun. While this post is sponsored, all content is 100% honest and my own.
This strawberry soup is the perfect refreshing dish for summer. Serve it chilled at an outdoor BBQ, at room temp with other appetizers at a baby shower brunch, or as a healthier dessert for a family dinner. It’s especially good right now when fresh strawberries are in season and naturally sweet.
In the middle of the summer when no one expects you to serve soup, this chilled strawberry soup is a great way to conquer their expectations.
Speaking of summer, Braun just launched a new line of kitchen products that are available just in time for summer cooking and entertaining. The new line includes everything from the Braun Multiquick 7 Hand Blender MQ777 that I used to make blueberry whipped cream to a high-powered PureMix Blender JB7172BK with seven fun built-in settings like crush ice, chop, puree, and more!
Wash your strawberries, toss them directly into the blender, and chop them up using the handy chop setting. Then add your simple syrup and use the liquify button to turn the mixture into a liquid. If you’re particular, you can strain the soup with a mess strainer or skip that step like me and just go ahead and put the soup right into the fridge to chill.
That’s really all there is to the soup. You can serve it chilled all by itself or take it one more step and serve it topped with a dollop of this fruit dip and some chopped up fruit kiwi, green apple, and blackberries. Or pick your favorite tart fruit (to contrast the sweetness of the strawberries) and use that instead.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Braun. The opinions and text are all mine.