This soup may be served cold, but it's full of fiery flavor. Serrano peppers bring the heat to this chilly recipe, making it the perfect for satisfying your cravings for spice on a hot summer day.
Avocado-lovers, this is the gazpacho for you. Instead of tomatoes, this gazpacho recipe is packed with avocados, cucumbers, and baby spinach, plus a generous scoop of salsa verde to add some heat to this chilly soup.
Craving tomato soup and grilled cheese? We have the perfect summer recipe to satisfy your hunger. A chilly tomato and roasted red pepper gazpacho replaces tomato soup, while pepperoni and Monterey Jack cheese take grilled cheese to the next level.
Get a serving of fruit alongside your veggies with this pretty-in-pink gazpacho recipe. A secret ingredient (bread cubes!) acts as a thickener, while watermelon and tomato slices give this recipe its picture-perfect color.
What better way to use a bumper crop of tomatoes than in a smooth, chilled gazpacho? Take full advantage of your garden or farmers market and use fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers to make this showstopper soup.
Take your usual gazpacho recipe way off the beaten path with this tomato-free recipe. Nectarines form the main base of this soup, while ginger beer, pineapple juice, and quinoa make this dish a filling tropical treat. To mix things up even further, try serving with crunchy, sweet-and-spicy tortilla strips.
This gazpacho is so smooth, you could drink it through a straw! Full of classic gazpacho ingredients like fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers, this light recipe is perfect for serving at a party, whether you eat it with a spoon or not.
Of course, gazpacho is usually a tomato-based soup. But why not combine all of your favorite summer produce into one delicious recipe? In this smooth soup, watermelon outnumbers tomato and cucumber, making this dish both fruit- and veggie-filled.
Sipping on this gazpacho will make you dream of warm beaches and palm trees. Thanks to fresh papaya, this recipe has a tropical twist that will make any backyard or patio feel like paradise.
Roasted tomatoes give this gazpacho a fresh, rich flavor unlike any other. With the addition of crabmeat, this usually light soup becomes hearty enough to be a main dish on a too-hot-to-cook summer night.