Yellow Gazpacho

Yellow Gazpacho garnished with avocado, tomatoes, and onions

When the heat of the summer is blaring ice cold foods are what I crave, like this Yellow Gazpacho. 

Gazpacho is a cold soup made of raw, blended vegetables that originated in the southern region of Andalusia.

I’ve seen so many variations of gazpacho from ones made with mostly fruit – (tomatoes are a fruit in case you weren’t sure), using yellow tomatoes, just red tomatoes, and even a Gazpacho Sorbet like the one I made here years ago.

I love gazpacho not just because it cools me off, but because it makes me feel good inside and out.  The ingredients are fresh and raw that when combined with spices its a healthy and satisfying meal.

Have gazpacho as an appetizer, entree, or even create gazpacho shooters for a fun party food.

In my gazpacho I used red onions, but not too much because I’m not a fan of strong raw onion flavors.  Of course you can add any amount you desire based upon your preferences.

Tip: If you’re like me then the way to reduce the strong onion flavor is to chop the amount of onions desired. Place chopped onions into a strainer and run cold water over the chopped onions.  Surprisingly once the onions are rinsed it leaves you with a mellow yet aromatic flavor perfect for adding to dishes.

I also like adding garlic to my gazpacho, but I prefer roasted garlic making it become sweeter and not quite as pungent. Any remaining roasted garlic can be squeezed out onto bread and smeared for a luscious treat!

Yellow Gazpacho garnished with avocado, tomatoes, and red onions

Since this is a yellow gazpacho I decided to add a yellow peach, just because.  I thought it would lend a natural sweet flavor to this chilled soup plus the additional color of yellow.

Of course all gazpacho includes cucumber. I like to use an English cucumber so I don’t have to take the time to remove the seeds.  Don’t forget to peel the green skin if your goal is to make this yellow.  I forgot and my Yellow Gazpacho came out pale green. It’s not a big deal unless your focus was for a beautiful yellow soup – the flavor is still superior!

I also opted to add lime juice most recipes call for vinegar.  You could also go with lemon juice for similar results.


Yellow Gazpacho garnished with avocado, tomatoes, and chopped red onions

I think you’ll agree this is a smooth, refreshing & healthy chilled soup, that will help you beat the heat all summer long.

Serve it up in a bowl garnished with avocado, tomatoes, and onions. For fun pour into wine glasses or shooters and garnish for a unique way to wow your guests.

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Yellow Gazpacho garnished with avocado, tomatoes, and chopped red onions

Yellow Gazpacho

A blend of raw vegetables and fruit create this refreshing & luscious chilled Yellow Gazpacho!


  • 1 1/2 lbs. yellow tomatoes (I used baby tomatoes)
  • 1 yellow bell pepper, seeded and chopped
  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup chopped red onion, rinsed
  • 1-2 cloves, roasted garlic
  • 1 English cucumber, chopped (peel if want Yellow Gazpacho)
  • 1 yellow peach, skinned
  • 2 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 1/2 lime, juiced
  • salt & pepper to taste
  • avocado, cubed
  • red baby tomatoes, halved
  • chopped red onion, rinsed


  1. Roast the garlic.
  2. Place remaining ingredients except salt & pepper and puree in blender or food processor.
  3. Strain gazpacho into a large bowl using a fine mesh strainer.  Season to taste with salt & pepper if desired.
  4. Chill
  5. Once chilled, garnish & serve.

Hungry for more? Savor these!

Chilled Avocado, Cucumber, and Melon Soup

Chilled Avocado, Cucumber and Melon Soup

Gazpacho Sorbet

Iced Cold Gazpacho

Tools used to Make the Yellow Gazpacho:

VitaMix Blender


Wusthof 7″ Classic Ikon Santoku Knife

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  1. I think it’s a GREAT idea adding a peach in this cold soup. I would love some for the breakfast!

  2. LOVE gazpacho! And your yellow one is gorgeous. Neat idea — thanks!

  3. It sounds so good, and boy is it pretty! Love the addition of the peach as well.

  4. Oooh, I love gazpacho! So fun to make it with yellow tomatoes for a change of pace. Even green is pretty!

  5. Wow so fruity and looks great!!
    So tasty!
    I’ve never made one of these before.
    Thanks for sharing!

  6. With the hot weather we’ve been having, I’ve been living on cold soups. Can’t wait to try this one. Looks like another one for my collection. Thanks Vicki!

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