Strawberrry Gazpacho Print Recipe Print Recipe


When I was in New York last Summer, we dined at abc kitchen where I ate the most incredible food <and drank the most amazing wine>. I ordered the special, which was a berry gazpacho.

That night, the three things that still stand out are the 1. gazpacho 2. cucumber martini 3. sitting behind Isla Fisher.




I know it’s not summer and it’s not exactly like the gazpacho we ate in NYC, but it was absolutely delicious and can still be enjoyed during these “cooler” months.

Now. . .  Spring is juuuust around the corner and these would be perfect to serve when entertaining.

Or just go ahead and crank the heat, pretend it’s summer and enjoy a bowl all to yourself.



Traditionally, gazpacho is a cold Spanish/Portuguese tomato based soup and is enjoyed during the summertime.

It wasn’t until a few years ago that I could manage the consistency and the fact that it was cold. However, when it’s berries that are involved – maybe it’s the tomatoes that gets me – I’m all for it.




Strawberry Gazpacho

PRINT Recipe


  • 2 cups fresh strawberries, hulled & diced
  • 1 cup sweet onions, chopped
  • 1/2 cup fresh raspberries
  • 1 English cucumber, peeled and diced
  • 2-3 tablespoons lemon balsamic [regular balsamic or olive oil will also work]
  • 1 lime, juiced
  • salt + pepper
  • Optional: Ice cubes

Garnish with fresh mint


In a large bowl, combine strawberries, sweet onion, raspberries, cucumber, balsamic, lime juice and salt + pepper. Mix together, cover and refrigerate for 4-8 hours [or overnight].

Once it’s marinated, place ingredients into the blender, add a few ice cubes (optional)  and puree until smooth.

You may add my lime juice if it tastes to oily. Season with salt + pepper is desired and top with fresh mint.

Serve and Enjoy!


note: it’s better the next day

*gluten-free *dairy-free

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  • Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar

    This is so unique! I love regular gazpacho, so I know I’ll love this strawberry version. Just lovely.

  • Heather (Heather’s Dish)

    i’m the same as you with the tomato thing…that’s a hard one to drink, but put berries in it and i’m 100% in!

  • OhSunnie Day

    This sounds so delish!  I love gazpacho already, will definitely have to give this a try!



  • Cassie @ Bake Your Day

    This is a fabulous idea, and these are gorgeous photos! 

  • Rande McDaniel

    This is so beautiful, I love the idea!!

  • Katie

    I’m reading this as I look out the window at snow falling all over the place and wishing soooo desperately for summer…or even a hint of spring. I can’t wait until it’s warm enough for me to want cold food again!

  • Emily @ Glitz Glam Granola

    Ohh this sounds delicious! I don’t care for regular Gazpacho because of the tomatoes but I like the sound of a berry version!

  • Lindsey

    This sounds delicious and so refreshing. I’ve never had a berry gazpacho… I definitely want to make this recipe come a little warmer weather!

  • Maria

    Love this! Gorgeous photos too! 

  • Averie @ LV&Y

    gorgeous and I bet so refreshing!

  • Tim

    It’s like you took the essence of summer and threw it in a blender and turned it up to eleven. That looks amazingly good.

  • Marla Meridith

    This looks amazing girl! I can see why it is so memorable :)

  • Alison Lewis

    so pretty!Hope you’re well!!

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  • Javelin Warrior

    Lisa, this gazpacho looks and sounds amazing – I’ve never combined onion with strawberries, but I love what you’ve done with this drink. I bunch of frozen strawberries from the summer in my freezer, so I’m going to have to attempt this =)

    I am featuring this post in today’s Friday Food Fetish roundup (with a link-back and attribution), so please let me know if you have any objections. It’s always a pleasure following your food…

  • Anonymous

    you can actually serve this in a bowl and eat with a spoon as well, but sometimes its fun [& easy] to enjoy out of little shot glasses.

    Of course, thank you so much for sharing this on your blog! Happy Friday!!

  • Pk1writer

    What’s not to like…strawberries!  It’s in a food group all it’s own glory, never met one I couldn’t pop in my mouth!

  • Ad Mgf

    Fantastic! I´m sure it tastes pretty good

  • VeggieVinyasa

    Gorgeous pics and the recipe sounds amazing! Can’t wait to try with some fresh mint from my new herb garden

  • Ronda

    Strawberry gazpacho, I think this could easily become a spring/summer favorite.

  • JohnnyT

    I found this recipie inedible – what a waste of strawberries!

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