One person left the comment on how to make a cold soup recipe:
1. Open can
2. Pour contents into bowl
My silly daddy said, "Open a can of Campbells Ready-To-Eat Chicken Noodle Soup. Empty contents into bowl. Place bowl in refrigerator for at least one hour. Done!" And a third idea was to scoop ice cream into a bowl and let it melt. Who hasn't had ice cream soup? It's great, but not so healthy. Although these cold recipes are probably okay in their own right, I was thinking more of a fruit soup. Thanks for the advice though.
Martha Stewart always has interesting recipes so I tried her page. I found an intriguing sweet pea soup that required more time than I was willing to spend. I finally went with this corn soup. The recipe for the corn soup can be found here. I was not so much in the mood for anything spicy so I skipped the jalapeno. I also added 14 ounces of water and added the water that was covering the canned corn to the pot. I did use 14 ounces of coconut milk. You can get coconut milk sent right to your door. Click the picture below to find out about different brands and their prices.
CountryLiving Magazine also has myriad chilled soup recipes. This will probably be my next one to try: Cool Cantelope Soup with Basil Cream. You can get the recipe by clicking here. If you want to order either Martha Stewart's Living OR CountryLiving Magazine, please click the banner below and Team Expansion Missions and Village of Hope will get a small portion of your sale.
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