From cobblers to salads and ice cream to soup, fresh peaches are a delight in our favorite recipes.
A delicious combination of blueberries, blackberries, and peaches yields a sweet, juicy dessert that's the epitome of summer.
View Recipe: Berry-Peach Cobbler with Sugared Almonds
Grilling the peaches caramelizes their natural sugar for this sweet and spicy salsa. Serve with roasted pork, fish—like striped bass—or chicken. Refrigerate for up to three days.
View Recipe: Fiery Grilled Peach and Habanero Salsa
This restaurant-quality dessert will impress absolutely anyone, but it requires eight ingredients and less than 10 minutes
to make. Caramelizing the natural sugars in the fruit gives them intense flavor, an intense balsamic vinegar pan sauce mixed
with creamy and tangy crème fraîche sets off the sweetness, and an sprinkle of pepper adds an unexpected surprise.
View Recipe: Seared Figs and White Peaches with Balsamic Reduction
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This is a decidedly different twist on the cheesy favorite, combining sweet fresh peach with mild and creamy brie. As is,
it's an appetizer, but add cooked pork (which pairs excellently with peaches) to make it a meal, or serve alongside some tasty
rice and beans.
View Recipe: Peach and Brie Quesadillas with Lime-Honey Dipping Sauce
This fizzy, sparkly drink will be a hit at your next gathering. Its rich sunset color and bold peachy flavor will keep you
intrigued until the very last drop.
View Recipe: Sparkling Peach Sangria
If you have the willpower, keep this recipe in the files until July and August roll around and peaches are at their most delicious.
Then, as the fruit hangs on the trees soaking up sunshine during summer's hottest days, all the magic happens. Crisp flesh
softens, and sugar levels rise to balance the tart acidity. No question: Peak peach time is worth the wait.
View Recipe: Bourbon-Glazed Peaches With Yogurt
Our Blueberry-Peach Cobbler is like a blueberry muffin canoodling with fresh peaches. Be sure to use peaches that aren't superripe
for this recipe so they'll hold their shape when cooked. The baking dish will be brimming with fruit and topping, so it's
a good idea to place it on a foil-lined baking sheet before putting it in the oven.
View Recipe: Blueberry-Peach Cobbler
A heady punch of woodsy rosemary creates an herbaceous riff on the classic Bellini.
View Recipe: Sparkling Rosemary-Peach Cocktails
Our version of this quick dessert uses shaved bittersweet chocolate for added richness. Look for amaretti cookies at specialty
or gourmet markets; they have a distinct almond-amaretto flavor and crunchy texture that make this dish memorable. In a pinch,
you can substitute crumbled almond biscotti.
View Recipe: Chocolate-Amaretti Peaches
As intriguing as it is beautiful, this sweet-tangy-slightly spicy soup makes a stunning first course.
View Recipe: Golden Peach Soup with Shrimp and Crab Seviche
A fresh fruit salsa is a lovely accompaniment to grilled fish in the summer; try it also with striped bass or arctic char.
Here, the season's juiciest peaches pair with fiery habanero pepper for a sweet-spicy flavor. Leave the peaches unpeeled for
more color and texture.
View Recipe: Grilled Halibut with Peach and Pepper Salsa
This Southern staple is hard to resist when a tantalizing batch requires only five ingredients. This recipe is best enjoyed
the same day it's prepared.
View Recipe: Peach Ice Cream
Fruit is not the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks about grilling, but peaches and other stone fruits work beatifully
with the charring flames of a grill. Here, the slight smokiness of the peaches complements crispy prosciutto and is mellowed
by creamy goat cheese, all tied together on a bed of peppery greens.
View Recipe: Grilled Peaches over Arugula with Goat Cheese and Prosciutto
Simplicity has never looked so beautiful. A stunning combination of skin-on peaches and heirloom tomatoes of various colors,
sizes, and shapes creates a sweet-savory salad that pairs well with grilled pork.
View Recipe: Summer Peach and Tomato Salad
This recipe elevates the down-home Southern flavor of corn bread and smoked ham into haute cuisine with a sweet-savory salsa.
Impress your guests with an elegant plate presentation, but keep some extra salsa for yourself to eat with any kind of grilled
meat, or, heck, plain old tortilla chips.
View Recipe: Corn Bread Shortcake with Ham and Fresh Peach Salsa
There's nothing about this dessert that isn't excellent. From the rich and nutty ice cream, to the coconut-cookie crust, to
the sweet and fresh peach filling, it'll knock 'em dead every time. The best part? You can make each component ahead of time,
and assemble and bake just before serving.
View Recipe: Coconut-Peach Cobbler with Bourbon-Pecan Ice Cream
A quick chop, blend, whir, and stir, and fresh, homemade peach lemonade will be chilling in the fridge. Keep this on hand
in the hot summer months as a satisfying thirst-quencher. Add a little white bourbon or rum for garden parties.
View Recipe: Peach Lemonade
Generations before ours preserved summer’s bounty by pickling peaches in a spiced, sweet syrup that paired well with Sunday
suppers of pork or poultry. Take the easier route with this go-to pan sauté that complements pork in a big way. Serve over
View Recipe: Skillet Pork Chop Sauté with Peaches
Almond flour lends nutty flavor to the shortcake. Fresh lime accentuates the sweet peaches, topped with a creamy whipped topping.
View Recipe: Peachy Almond Shortcakes