When it is hot outside, or when you crave something sweet, or when you need to eat something light: a fruit soup is the answer! And it is so easy to make too! My Mother-in-Law Marlies makes this all the time, and she gave me the recipe.

It is a light texture, a bit thicker than regular soup. The flavor is more subtle. The real flavor bomb is the mango puree that slowly melts in the soup. Add some berries and mix it all together for a party in your mouth!

Love, Lonneke

Melon Fruit Soup
A light and sweet dessert or in between snack.
Recipe type: dessert
Serves: 4
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  • 2 small melons (can be any melon, we chose honeydew melon.)
  • different berries (strawberries, blueberries, blackberries)
  • 2 ripe mangoes
  1. Wash all fruit really well.
  2. Cut the mango in pieces and put in blender. Put the smooth texture in the freezer for an hour until it becomes like ice-cream.
  3. Cut the melon and take out seeds. Blend this as well. This is your soup.
  4. Pour the water melon in a bowl.
  5. add berries
  6. Take out the mango sorbet and pour a scoop in the middle of the soup.