We liked this a lot. My Dh looked oddly at me when I asked him to put it in a bowl and top it with the yogurt I handed to him. But it was really good. It is february in Michigan so I didn't have great strawberries, I did add a tablespoon or so of sugar. Serving it as a soup also got my girls to eat some.
THIS IS A GREAT CHILLED SOUP! I used very nicely ripe berries in this recipe, as well as a large, very sweet navel orange, & that added all the sweetness I needed. Sure you can drink it (a lot of regular soups you can drink, too), but this presents very well as a chilled fruit soup! Thanks for sharing a great recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in the current Comfort Cafe for my theme Soup ~ Seconds, Anyone?]
We really enjoyed this. I misread the directions and used plain yogurt, but I think it was still very good. A great snack to have around the house when you want something filling, but delicious. Thanks!
This was wonderful - I used a bit more juice plus a shot of Grand Marnier, easy to make, we both loved it.
This was pretty much a standard strawberry smoothie. I like them. We drink them a lot at our California home. I made a special trip out to the strawberry stand today to purchase the reddest, ripest strawberries I could get for this recipe. Since it says "Soup" on the recipe, I served it in bowls with spoons, which my family thought odd. I did use 6 mint leaves, but didn't really taste either the mint or the ginger. I think it could at least 1/8 tsp of ginger. Also, more mint. Maybe 2 or 3 times as much and see how that goes. If I made this again I would serve it in glasses as a smoothie.
This is a VERY YUMMY Soup/AKA/Smoothie. I used a 10oz bag of frozen strawberries and 1oz of Cointreau. I also added some sparkling water to thin it out a little. It was tart which I love but I added some Splenda to my husbands as he likes sweet not tart. The vanilla yogurt gave a very nice vanilla essence to it. Thanks for the recipe!