How to Make the Tastiest Homemade Gazpacho in 5 Minutes or Less

This super quick and easy, no-cook recipe for fresh homemade gazpacho tastes like summer sunshine in a bowl!

Fresh Homemade Gazpacho in 5 Minutes or LessHuge thanks to Danielle Omar and her delicious looking Watermelon Gazpacho recipe that I pinned the other day for the inspiration for this latest Instameals recipe…

I was all set to make her homemade gazpacho when I realized my basil and cilantro were sadly shriveled and the shallots I thought I had were nowhere to be found.

Not to be discouraged, I scrounged through my fridge and came up with this last minute soup, perfect for a light lunch right before I headed to the beach with my kids.

Want to make your own quick and easy fresh gazpacho? Here’s how…

How to Make Homemade Gazpacho in 5 Minutes or Less…

  1. Raid your fridge, veggie garden, or summer CSA box for any fresh or gently wilted veggies and fruit.
  2. Chop up {peel if necessary} said veggies and fruit {no need to dice, just chop ‘em in to medium size chunks}.
  3. Toss ‘em all in to a high speed blender or food processor, and gently pulse until, voila, you have gazpacho!
  4. Pour it in to a bowl, glass, or jar, and slurp away.
  5. Head to the beach {or park or other fun summer spot} and thank me because now you can enjoy the rest of your day with a big smile on your face because you just consumed {almost} an entires day worth of veggies and fruit!!!
  6. P.S. Don’t forget your sunscreen!

A perfect day at Dog Beach in Del Mar // EA StewartIf you’re visiting Del Mar a visit to Dog Beach is always fun! Dog are allowed on the beach {North area} year round, and they can be off leash right after Labor Day through June 14.

Homemade Gazpacho in 5 Minutes or Less

Total Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 1 serving

Serving Size: 2 cups

5 ingredients, plus slat and pepper pair together deliciously in this super easy homemade gazpacho that tastes like summer in a bowl!


  • 3/4 cup cherry tomatoes
  • 1/4 cup sweet raw onion, cut up
  • 1/2 cup cucumber,peeled and cut up
  • 1/2 cup yellow bell pepper, cut up
  • 1 tablespoon golden balsamic vinegar
  • Sea salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste


  1. Place all ingredients in high speed blender or food processor, and blend/process on pulse mode until veggies are very finely chopped and have a "soup like" consistency. Serve right away, or chill in the refrigerator, until ready to serve.


Ingredient amounts are approximate, based on leftovers in my fridge. Use your own amounts, and feel free to substitute/add whatever veggies or fruits you have on hand.

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 Nutrition Notes…

Check out these other summertime gazpacho and chilled soup recipes for more easy ideas, and share your own!

How to Make Fresh Homemade Gazpacho in 5 minutes + a Gazpacho & Chilled Soup recipe Round-Up // The Spicy RD

Gazpacho & Chilled Soup Recipe Ideas…

Food for thought…Do you like gazpacho? Do you like chilled soup? Is your fridge in need of a summer clean out like mine? Have you been to the beach yet this summer? Do you have a favorite gazpacho or chilled soup recipe to share? Share your recipe in the comment section.  If you have a blog, leave me the link and I will add it to the list above!

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  1. Oh my, my mouth is watering reading this EA. I love gazpacho so much at this time of year, especially with really good olive oil drizzled into the blender. I love that you shot this on your copy of Eating Well. I just got my tomato issue last week, and have started to drool over it.

    • Thanks so much Katie~I have a feeling I will be eating a LOT of gazpacho this summer :-) That copy of Eating Well with the tomatoes on top got me drooling as well!!!

  2. The perfect summer dish!

  3. I’ve been enjoying chilled soups recently too, especially ones like this that are whizzed up so quickly in the blender!

  4. Thanks for the shout out, EA! I love gazpacho and it’s so easy to make! It’s definitely a summer staple in our house. Thanks the easy step by step instructions, too!

  5. I love chilled soup this time of the year! Thanks for linking up :) xo

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