Honeydew Melon Soup

May 19, 2016

Back story - so Easter 2015 we went to brunch and had the most delicious Chilled Cantaloupe Soup.  I had been meaning to recreate it and never did.  

 

Fast forward and last week there was Honeydew Melon in my Organic Co-op share.  It's not something I typically pick up at the store.  I have never been a melon fan - although now that I think of it, I've always loved fresh melon juice and that melon soup.  I cut up one of the melon and threw it in a freezer bag to have for our smoothies.  For the other one, I decided to make Melon Soup about 10 minutes before dinner...luckily I had the Honeydew in the refrigerator so it was already chilled.

 

This was the easiest soup I've ever made and super delicious.  It's a sweeter soup - but super refreshing & cool on a hot summer day!

 

And it's easy...

 

Just blend the following ingredients (I used the Nutri Ninja Blender):  

 

  • 1 Honeydew Melon (cut so you can toss into the blender)

  • Handful of fresh Mint

  • 1 Lime (Peel and throw the lime in the blender)

  • 1 Avocado

  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract

  • Sprinkle of Sea Kelp Seasoning and/or Sea Salt and/or Pepper (to taste)

  • (optional, but keep in mind the soup is already pretty sweet) 1 TBSP of Organic Maple Syrup

*Use Organic when possible

 

 

Blend (may have to blend in batches) and Chill in the Refrigerator until you are ready to serve. You can garnish it with some mint leaves.  (*Side note: The soup didn't keep very well...the taste seemed to change. So I would suggest eating it the same day!)

 

 

That's it - SUPER EASY Chilled Melon Soup!

 

 

(I forgot to take a picture of the full bowl of soup before we devoured it for dinner...so you get a picture of what's left!)


 

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