Chilled-out Cucumber & Avocado Soup

Too hot? Make this Chilled Cucumber Soup to use up that summer bounty from your garden. It is ready in less than 20 minutes.

Now this is an opportunity to use fresh and organic vegetables from your garden.  This recipe is easy, delicious and just perfect for summer. My husband’s co- worker shared the bounty of their garden and this is recipe is just perfect to use them. This is a terrific soup recipe. It is very healthy, it is low in calorie and very filling. It is cool and refreshing and I love the gentle bite of the chilled cucumber and the smell of the cilantro melding together. So simple to make and you will not feel any guilt when you eat it.







This recipe is from Super Food Cookbook by Lee Holmes. For more soup recipe : Crock Pot Velveeta , High Protein Lentil Soup with Bratwurst Sausage, and Broccoli and Spinach Soup.



Servings: 4 • Serving Size: • Old Points: 6 • Points+:  7• Calories :232• Fat:  22.7g • Protein: 5.2g • Carb:13.4 g • Fiber:8.1  g • Sugar:  2.3g • Sodium: 430mg


Chilled-out Cucumber & Avocado Soup


  1. 1 smal cucumber
  2. 3 small avocados
  3. 1 handful cilantro ( about 1/4 cup)
  4. 1/4 teasponn ground cumin
  5. 1 tablespoon lime juice
  6. 2 cups chicken broth /vegetable stock for vegan
  7. 2 green onions to garnish, optional
  8. salt to taste
  9. mint leaves to serve


  • Peel the cucumber, cut into hald lengthwise and scrape out the seeds and roughly chopped and place in the blended. Peel and dice the avocados and add into the blender. Add in the 1 cup of the broth, cumin, juice and cilantro. Blend in high until pureed. Add in the remaining broth and blend until smooth. Add salt if desired. If necessary, add a little bit of water. Pour the soup into a bowl and cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until chilled. Serve with mint and green onion if desired.

7 comments on “Chilled-out Cucumber & Avocado Soup

  1. I found you after you found me. 🙂

    I really don’t like cooking, but I want to eat healthier and to me that means I will have to prepare my own food. Your pictures are gorgeous, and inspiring. Maybe if I spend enough time on your blog, I can get inspired to spend a little more time creating in my kitchen. 😉

    1. Please do try some of the foods in the blog. They are easy and quick to make plus you can save more if you cook your own food. I got this recipe from the Power Food cookbook and this is simple to make and I like the simple taste too. Thank you for visiting.

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