Recipe of the Month
When you make a reservation at 1900 Park Fare at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, you’re guaranteed a great meal with some of the best character interaction on property. But those are not the only reasons people flock to this restaurant. One big reason is to get a taste of their famous Strawberry Soup. Is it an appetizer? Is it a dessert? Nobody really knows. But the one thing I do know is that the Strawberry Soup sure is delicious. Whether you’re dining for breakfast, brunch, or dinner, you’ll be able to have a huge bowl.
Don’t let the name fool you. Strawberry Soup is in fact a cold dish. If you haven’t had the chance to try 1900 Park Fare’s Strawberry Soup, you’re really missing out. With the perfect mix of sweetness and tang, you’ll fall in love at first bite. It’s no wonder that it’s become a Disney Fan Favorite. Florida strawberries are blended with cream, yogurt, and a touch of sour cream. Chilled, it makes the perfect accompaniment to the restaurant’s extensive buffet.
Creating this dish at home takes just minutes. With only five ingredients, even the most novice of chef will be able to pull it off. Consider making this recipe for summer brunches, parties, or anytime you want to add a little Disney to your day. It makes a ton! The recipe can easily be cut in half. To make Strawberry Soup you will need a blender.
8 ounces Frozen Strawberries, thawed with juices
16 ounces Heavy Cream
2 ounces Sour Cream
3 ounces Yogurt (plain)
½ pound Fresh Strawberries (for garnish)
Mint leaves (garnish)
Optional: ½ cup of sugar (if your frozen strawberries are sugar free)
Blend thawed strawberries with juices with yogurt, sour cream and heavy cream. Beat until well mixed and is a smooth consistency. Chill and shake well before serving. Pour into soup bowls. Garnish with fresh strawberries and mint leaf.
1900 Park Fare is located at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. Reservations can be made for breakfast, brunch, or dinner, 180-days in advance.