Grilled fruit is a tasty summer dessert that’s simple and easy for anyone to make at a moment’s notice. Peaches happen to be one of my favorite grilling fruits because of how easy they are to prepare and because they’re so sweet and delicious. The other day I had a peach and blueberry smoothie and it gave me the idea for grilling blueberries along with peaches for this Grilled Peaches and Blueberry Dessert.
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- 2 Large peaches
- 1 Pt. blueberries
- Olive oil
- 1 Tbsp. butter
- Whipped cream (optional)
- Cinnamon (optional)
- Tin foil
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Grilled Peaches and Blueberries Dessert Directions:
- Heat grill to medium to high heat.
- Cut peaches in half and remove pits.
- Brush halved peaches with olive oil.
- Put blueberries on a large sheet of tin foil.
- Add 1 tbsp. of melted butter to blueberries.
- Seal tin foil.
- Place blueberry tin foil packet on the barbecue and cook for 10 minutes.
- Place peaches, cut side down, on the barbecue and cook for 5-6 minutes (until tender and charred).
- Pour cooked blueberries out of foil onto a serving plate.
- Slice cooked peaches and place on top of blueberries.
- Serve with whipped cream or sprinkle with cinnamon if desired.
In less than about 20 to 30 minutes of total prep and cook time, anyone can cook this warm and naturally sweet summer dessert. It tastes so fresh and flavorful it’s hard to believe just how simple and easy it is to make. With abundant summer fruit at your disposal, you can make this Grilled Peaches and Blueberry Dessert as often as possible!
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Do you grill fruit in the summer? What’s your favorite grilled fruit?
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cassy french | blissfully her says
this looks so good! peaches are definitely one of my favorites, so this is a great (& different) way to enjoy them! will have to try this soon!
– cassy | blissfullyher.com
Oh, I never thought peaches can grill as I usually eat them raw But it look so fun to make this dish and I am going to surprise my family with this new dessert.
Catherine Santiago Jose says
Grilled peaches and blueberries? That looks so good and tasty, I will definitely try to make this dish.
Tesha Cummings says
I love grilled Peaches I need to add Blueberries to do this.
Alexandria Brady says
OMG these look so good, I need to get my hands on some peaches asap
This recipe seems baby friendly. I’ve been looking for some ways to mix up my sons meals, and this just might work. I’d have to mash it up a bit but I think he’d enjoy it.
You gave me an excellent idea for this afternoon treat! Some friend of my boy(6) are coming over to play and one of them is intolerant to lactose, so I was trying to think of a delicious way to treat them with a healthy and sweet little something and this is it!
Emily Leary says
I adore warm peaches. This looks absolutely wonderful.
Elizabeth O says
This looks like a lovely dessert indeed. I like the idea of peaches and blueberries together it looks delicious and healthy.
Tizzy Says says
I have never eaten grilled fruit. I cannot imagine eating it any other way than cold and fresh in the summer time.
Okay, yum! This looks delicious. I’ve never thought about grilling fruit before. I’ll try your recipe! Thanks.