Love it! At first taste, I thought I would compare it to a cantaloupe lotion from Bath and Body Works put into a drink. Added 2 oranges instead of orange juice.
Easy, light and refreshing. Perfect for summer! Thanks for sharing!
Quick and easy for sure! Even though I'm not a big fan of cinnamon, I added it anyway because I didn't want it to taste like simple blended fruit juice. Our guest liked it. I chilled it for 1 hour but I think it needs to be in the fridge longer time than that.. My husband added a few ice cubes in there and we tasted it just when it's colder but the ice was not all melted, the taste was much better in this temperature.
This turned out fantastic. It was my first cold soup I have made or eaten. Made it as written and it was really delicious. A very refreshing soup. Thanks for posting.
Very light and refreshing. Made 1/4 of the amount and blended to leave it with bits in it! YUM!
Wonderful, light and delicious!! Easy and breezy to make!! A refreshing and energy boosting take on a "cold soup" - a nice bit of change from the usual chilled tomato or cucumber versions that one runs across. I had a "mega-melon" so I ended up leaving a few diced bits aside and adding them to each bowl (a little surprise amongst the creaminess!!) The lime, mint and cinnamon provided the special invigorating kick that made this recipe a big hit at my house!! A new summer staple for my books. I found it to be unique and very original. This indeed, as Chef "mama's kitchen" suggests, makes a great start to any meal - or for me works as a nice lunch or ultra light dinner for those hot days that food turns me off. Thank you for sharing this beauty!!
I'm sorry to be negative with this recipe, especially since the other reviews rave about it so much, but I didn't enjoy this one at all. I didn't like the mixture of cantaloupe with cinnamon and mint. I have had cold fruit soups that I enjoyed very much and when I saw this recipe I couldn't wait to try it. This just wasn't what I had expected.
Fabyoolus, Mama! Prepared early in the morning and chilled all day. Subbed 1/2 cup freshly squeezed grapefruit for for the freshly squeezed orange juice. Each serving was garnished with an ice cube, 1/2 tablespoon red onion diced very small and fresh mint leaves from the garden! Refreshing and guilt-free. Thank you for posting your delicious recipe. cg ;)
Delicious and refreshing to the palette. A nice cooling soup on a hot Texas day.