Healthy Summer Soup Recipes

Healthy Summer Soups Recipes

Healthy Summer Soup Recipes

If you love food and want to eat well but struggle to make it happen with especially during the summer, keep reading. 

This blog post offers you healthy solutions in the form of deliciously prepared sups that you can enjoy eating even in the summer.

Boost your level of confidence in the kitchen, you have the tools you need to nourish yourself and your family. And it is the ultimate satisfaction that comes from indulging in incredibly tasty and healthy food every day. 

Soup for Breakfast

Breakfast is the meal of fresh starts and new opportunities, a way of addressing the day with your best foot forward. 

It is exceptional how this first meal can set you on course, like a compass pointing you in the right way. If you skip it you are passing up a chance to jumpstart your brain and give your body the fuel it needs to be at its peak. 

Decide to start the day with a soup designed to be easy to eat and prepare,  so that you can enjoy this important meal of the day. And if you think you don’t have time for breakfast, think of this your wake-up call. 

Avocado Cucumber Soup


1 avocado
1/2 cucumber, peeled
Zest of 1/2 lime


Blend the entire ingredients together until you’ve prepared your perfectly delicious smoothie-soup on the go!

Pea Soup for Lunch 

Every lunch should be absolutely delicious and nutritionally balanced. Forget about that boring sandwich and don’t even try to order some fast food!

We’re talking about truly inspired, perfectly-cooked that will turn your lunch box into an immunity-boosting cup you will look forward to digging in and that will energize your afternoon.


500 g fresh green peas
Salt, Pepper, and Sugar
1 cup of Green Broth by Design ready
1 carrot
60 g butter
30 g flour
1 egg yolk
3 tbsp cream
1/2 bunch chopped parsley


Shell the peas and cook them in 1.5 liters of salted water, then drain and pour in the Green Broth. Wash and peel the carrots and cut them properly.

Sauté the peas in 20 g of butter, add the diced carrots and sauté briefly. Season to taste with sugar and salt, and cook the vegetables for about 8 minutes.

Make a roux from the flour and the butter. Pour on the water from the peas and boil for 8 to 10 minutes. Then, add the carrots and peas and season to taste with salt and pepper.

Beat the egg yolk with the cream and make the soup thicker, then serve it with the parsley.

Gazpacho With Shrimp for Dinner

This fresh, cold tomato soup is very easy to prepare!

All you do is take some fresh ingredients, put them in the blender, and voila!


2 scallions
1 cucumber, cut into chunks
1 large red bell pepper, diced
a teaspoon of finely chopped garlic
1-quart low-sodium tomato juice
4 medium tomatoes, diced
2 tablespoons olive oil
4 teaspoons red wine vinegar,
Salt and pepper to taste
Half a pound cooked peeled shrimp, cut into pieces
Crusty whole-wheat bread 

Cut the green portion of 1 scallion and save it for garnish. Cut the remaining white portion and whole scallion into pieces. 

In a blender, combine the scallion, cucumber, garlic, and pepper. When the mix is blended, add the tomato juice and pulse until the vegetables are finely chopped. 

Put everything in a larger bowl and stir in the diced tomatoes, vinegar, and olive oil. Season to taste with salt, pepper, or hot sauce to make it spicier. 

To serve, transfer the soup into bowls. You can keep the Gazpacho for up to a week in an airtight container in the fridge.  Don’t forget to top everything with the chopped shrimp and scallion greens.

Wrapping Things Up

Every breakfast, lunch, and dinner can be a combination of healthy and delicious food.

Prepare a complete meal, balanced in both taste and nutrition. All you need to do is decide what meal you need to address and these easy soups will be the answer you need. 

The hardest part will be figuring out which tasty option you crave most that day.

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