Easy grilled peaches recipe with cinnamon and ice cream for the win. Grilled peaches are the perfect dessert for any summer or fall day.
Growing up, I ate peaches and bbq all the time. My parent’s bbq’d so often each summer I got tired of it. Nowadays, I have to admit I really miss those moments. However, my parents never made grilled peaches for my siblings and me. Grilled peaches are definitely one of the yummiest desserts that the entire family can enjoy. Have I already mention how easy it is to make?
What kind of peaches are best for grilling
Well, this question can be complicated if you make it out to be. I think any peach that is firm to the touch is the best peaches for grilling. Try to buy fresh produce when they are in season. Download the Seasonal Food Guide App. It tells you what produce you should be buying based on time of year and your geography. In addition, I think it’s best to buy local when you can. Get online and google ‘Farmers Markets Near Me’ to find local produce. Often times, the produce from the farmer’s markets are much cheaper and organic. However, some farmers don’t have the money for the organic certification so the word ‘Organic’ may not be displayed. You can ask them, see if you can try a sample, & judge for yourself.
Do peaches need to be ripe to grill
Your peaches should be ripe but still firm when you hold the peach in your hand. If your peach is too ripe it may turn to mush while on the grill.
What do peaches go with
Peaches go well with so many options. For starters, I paired my grilled peaches in the picture above with So Delicious Oat Milk Peanut Butter And Raspberry Frozen Dessert. Have you tried this ice cream? I love grilled peaches with ice cream and granola on top. It’s my new favorite and it’s so delicious. Grilled peaches would pair great with some of the following:
- Vegan chicken
- Maple syrup
How do you cut a peach in half on the grill
I suggest cutting the peach prior to placing the peach on the grill. Place the peach on its side and hold it with a firm hand. Find the natural seam that runs end-to-end and insert a knife in the peach. I continue to cut the peach in large sections until there isn’t much left but the pit. After that, I cut the large sections of the peach into wedges like the first image.
How to cut the peach in half
Use a sharp knife along the peach seam to halve it and remove the pit.
Easy Grilled Peaches Recipe
- 3 medium peaches
- grapeseed Oil (or any oil you have on hand)
- Ice Cream
- Preheat the grill according to your grill instructions. Add your favorite oil to the grill. Note: I used a George Forman grill for this recipe.
- Cut the peaches into wedges. Place the peach on its side and hold it with a firm hand. Find the natural seam that runs end-to-end and insert a knife in the peach. Continue to cut the peach in sections until there isn’t much left but the pit. After that, cut the large sections of the peach into wedges.
- Place wedges on the grill rack. Grill for about 3o seconds to 2 minutes on each side (depending on your grill) until grill marks appear on your peaches but still firm. Remove and set aside to cool.
- Add your favorite toppings. Add cinnamon, granola, and try this So Delicious Oat Milk Peanut Butter And Raspberry Frozen Dessert