Welcome to the sweet and juicy world of summer peach recipes! Peaches are such a versatile fruit, perfect for adding flavor and sweetness to any meal.
Whether you're looking for a simple dessert or a hearty main dish, we have something for you in this Peachy Keen, fresh summer peach recipes round up.
Why You'll Love These Peach Recipes
From classic cakes and cobblers to unexpected twists like glazed pork chops - with peaches being so readily available throughout the summer months, there's no excuse not to get creative in the kitchen.
Some great features on these fresh summer peach recipes are that they:
- Use fresh, seasonal peaches. There's nothing quite like the taste of a ripe peach, and these recipes let you enjoy the peak of peach season.
- They're versatile. You can use peaches in sweet or savory dishes, so there's something for everyone.
- Simplicity. Even if you're not a confident cook, you can easily follow these recipes.
Summertime is peachy keen! And there's no better way to celebrate the season than with these delicious peach recipes.
From peach ice cream to salad with fresh peaches, we've got something for everyone. And because we use fresh, seasonal peaches, these recipes are sure to taste amazing.
Honey Roasted Peaches
Homemade Peach Ice Cream
- Why You'll Love These Peach Recipes
- Honey Roasted Peaches
- Homemade Peach Ice Cream
- Peach Fuzzy Navels
- Savory Peach Compote
- Peaches and Cream Smoothie
- Peach Dump Cake with Fresh Peaches
- Cast Iron Peach Cobbler
- Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls
- Peach Pie Crumble
- Homemade Peach Preserves
- Peach Bourbon Pie with Brown Butter
- Peaches and Cream Tart
- Grilled Peaches
- Easy Peach Crisp with Oatmeal Crumble
- Blackberry Peach Pie
- Air Fryer Peach Cobbler
- Easy Keto Peach Cobbler
- Summer Peach Salad with Avocado and Prosciutto
- Keto Peach Cobbler with Strawberries + Rhubarb
- Serving Suggestions
- Related Recipes
- Tips For Success
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Food Safety
Peach Fuzzy Navels
Savory Peach Compote
Peaches and Cream Smoothie
Peach Dump Cake with Fresh Peaches
Cast Iron Peach Cobbler
Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls
Peach Pie Crumble
Homemade Peach Preserves
Peach Bourbon Pie with Brown Butter
Peaches and Cream Tart
Easy Peach Crisp with Oatmeal Crumble
Blackberry Peach Pie
Air Fryer Peach Cobbler
Easy Keto Peach Cobbler
Summer Peach Salad with Avocado and Prosciutto
Keto Peach Cobbler with Strawberries + Rhubarb
These recipes can be served in a variety of ways.
Peaches are always a delicious go-to for summertime treats, and if you're looking to get creative in the kitchen our fresh peach recipes are just the ticket!
Whether you're looking for easy breezy dishes that'll win over your family, or unique ideas to tantalize a dinner crowd, there's plenty here to tickle your fancy.
- For desserts, you can serve fresh peaches with ice cream, whipped cream, or a dollop of yogurt.
- For main courses, you can serve them with grilled chicken, fish, or tofu.
- You can also use fresh peaches in salads, smoothies, or even cocktails.
Tips For Success
- Choose ripe peaches that are soft to the touch.
- To peel peaches, blanch them in boiling water for 30 seconds, then plunge them into ice water. The skins will easily slip off.
- To remove the pits from peaches, use a paring knife to cut around the pit and then twist the peach to remove it.
Frequently Asked Questions
Any type of peach will work for most recipes, but some varieties are better suited for certain dishes. For example, cling stone peaches are best for pies and cobblers, while freestone peaches are better for salads and smoothies.
A ripe peach will be soft to the touch and will have a sweet smell. If you're not sure if a peach is ripe, you can give it a gentle squeeze. If it gives slightly, it's ripe.
That's up to you. Some people prefer the texture of the skin, while others find it to be too tough. If you do decide to peel the peaches, you can blanch them in boiling water for 30 seconds, then plunge them into ice water. The skins will easily slip off.
There are a few different ways to remove the pits from peaches. You can use a paring knife to cut around the pit and then twist the peach to remove it. You can also use a peach pitting tool, which is a small, forked tool that is specifically designed for removing peach pits.
- Do not use the same utensils on cooked food, that previously touched raw meat.
- Wash hands after touching raw meat.
- Don't leave food sitting out at room temperature for extended periods.
- Never leave cooking food unattended.
- Use oils with high smoking point to avoid harmful compounds.
- Always have good ventilation when using a gas stove.