Have some delicious fresh peach recipes to make with your summer peaches! Enjoy!
To me, summer is a fresh peach. Growing up in the south means lots of huge, delicious peaches all summer long. Dessert was always something with peaches in it, and we ate them all the time. One of the best frugal living tips I can give you is to cook with the food that is in season. Not only is it usually cheaper, but it is definitely more delicious. So if peaches are in season where you are, and you are looking for great peach recipes to make, then check out these recipes that call for fresh peaches!
If you have a recipe you love, then make double and freeze it- it’s great always to have something put away for those days when you don’t have time to cook or bake!
If you are worried about having too many peaches and not enough to eat or use them all before they go bad, cut them up into small pieces and freeze them. It’s not the same as fresh peaches, but they will work great in many of these recipes. No need to throw food out!
Peaches are the perfect dessert ingredient. The sweetness and tanginess of fresh peaches make the perfect complement to any meal. Try one of these heavenly peach desserts and enjoy!
1. Peach Frangipane Galette
The combination of sweet, juicy peaches with the creamy, nutty frangipane and buttery, flaky crust in this rustic, freeform pie is absolutely incredible. A thin layer of sweet almond filling set atop a tender crust compliments the summer fruit perfectly and is a great way to showcase fresh peaches at their prime.
Paired with fresh peach slices, a creamy honey vanilla mascarpone filling, toasted slivered almonds, and a buttery puff pastry, these Danish pastries are perfect for breakfast or brunch with family or friends. With a flaky crust, rich filling, juicy fruit, and nutty topping, this easy recipe is a beautiful addition to any menu and is a great way to use fresh summer peaches.
4. Mini Peach Pies + Homemade Peach Pie Filling Recipe
Filled with fresh peach pie filling and baked in a muffin tin, these adorable little mini peach pies are a sweet, simple, and perfectly portioned summer dessert! Serve them warm with a side of ice cream– and use any leftover peach pie filling as a compote!
Can your own peach pie filling when they’re in season, and you’ll be able to savor this dessert all year round! Store as many jars as you’ll need for the year, and simply add a store-bought crust. It’s so easy and delicious!
Only three simple ingredients are needed to make refreshing, sweet, and tangy Peach Yogurt Popsicles! A frozen smoothie on a stick is a great way to kick off hot summer days (yes, breakfast) or for a more wholesome treat anytime. No fancy popsicle molds are needed!
21. Grilled Peaches With Greek Yogurt And Maple Syrup
Grilled peaches are a lightened-up fruit dessert to make in summer with fresh peaches. It is sugar-free, low in calories, and so easy to make in just 10 minutes. Pair it with Greek yogurt and sprinkle nuts to finish it perfectly.
Fruit roll-ups are puréed fruit that’s spread out and dried, then rolled up to enjoy and store…kind of like the beef jerky of the fruit world. This simple recipe with just three ingredients is perfect for using up excess peaches and preserving your peach bounty in a fun new way.
Nothing says summer like peach cobbler! So whether you are looking for a change from your grandmother’s peach cobbler recipe or you don’t have a good recipe of your own, these peach cobbler recipes are sure to hit the spot!
23. Summer Peach Cobbler
Fresh, juicy peaches at the peak of sweetness are baked into a sponge-like batter that magically floats to the top during baking, creating a soft, buttery, and light cake with warm, gooey peach syrup. This ultimate comfort food is a delicious and delightful way to highlight one of the summer’s fruit superstars with hints of vanilla and cinnamon.
24. Gluten-Free Peach Cobbler (Cast Iron Skillet Recipe)
Gluten-Free Peach Cobbler is a fantastic fresh peach recipe! With a cinnamon-spiced sauce and tender gluten-free biscuits, this homemade peach cobbler is comforting and delicious! Bake up the quintessential summer dessert with this Peach Cobbler! This fruit cobbler is a great way to feature fresh peaches with cinnamon-spiced saucy peaches and tender gluten-free biscuits!
Peaches are not only for dessert! Enjoy your delicious fresh, summer peaches in these refreshing salads.
28. Grilled Peach Salad with Basil Vinaigrette
This grilled peach salad with basil vinaigrette is the salad of the summer. Fresh peaches sliced and grilled, over a bed of arugula, with fresh burrata cheese, pine nuts, and a homemade basil vinaigrette.
This sweet Stone Fruit Salad served with tapioca pearls, and a drizzle of homemade orange syrup is such a fun way to end an evening of entertaining. Let your guests help themselves as they build their own little bowl of perfection.
30. Grilled Peach Salad with Honey Balsamic Dressing
If you could serve up “backyard in the summertime” on a plate, it would taste exactly like this Grilled Peach Salad. Fresh greens, aromatic herbs, and cool cucumber are the perfect foil for sweet, tangy grilled peaches.
Are you sick of peach cobbler and don’t want to make a peach dessert? Have no fear! These peach recipes are not dessert but are absolutely delicious regardless! So check out some of these savory peach recipes and enjoy!
32. Peach Bread
Great bread for all hours! This easy, fruity loaf is the best peach-baked treat out there, glazed with brown sugar goodness.
I am seriously so excited about this Instant Pot Peach Pepper Jam! The flavors are absolutely addicting. Sweet peaches pair with jalapeño peppers to make a sweet and spicy jam, delicious and versatile.
Nothing goes down better in the hot summer than a nice refreshing drink or smoothie! Make these with your fresh summer peaches or take some frozen fruit (I hope you’ve been freezing all your leftovers and going-bad fruit for just this purpose!)
38. Ultimate Moscato Peach Sangria
Sweet white wine and juicy peaches come together in this refreshing cocktail. This must-have summer cocktail takes just 5 minutes to make!
Make delicious food at home by using ingredients that are on sale and are in season. Don’t forget to stock your freezer with anything easy to double-batch and store. Advance meal prep (especially if you are preparing for a big life change, such as a baby) is a great way to save money.
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