Don’t you love when it is peaches season? June 21, 2020 is National Peaches Day and I have some awesome recipes for you! Not to mention, you can sub (or ADD) peaches into my Fruit Salsa or make this Peach Chutney on Avocado Toast!
Peaches can be sweet, they can be savory, and they can also be a snack – which is what I am sharing with you today!
This Peaches, Pesto and Burrata Flatbread is easy and comes together in minutes. It is a perfect way to celebrate the summer, make dinner with your kids, or enjoy a nice treat with friends!
Burrata is the best cheese, in my humble opinion. Burrata is a mozzarella cow milk cheese. The outer shell is solid mozzarella, while the inside contains stracciatella and cream. It is soft and creamy and melts perfectly on this flatbread.
Don’t like Pesto? No worries. Just use Olive Oil.
Pro Tip: Have you ever grilled a peach? It’s amazing and a must do for this recipe. I don’t have a grill, but I do have a cast iron griddle stove top that has a ribbed grill side. You don’t have to grill peaches for very long. Two minutes max on both sides!
Top with some fresh arugula and you this will be a show stopper any night of the week.
This Peach Crumble in a Jar is perfect for a picnic, a backyard party, or even breakfast! Yes, I said it. Breakfast. Keep them in mason jars, put them in the fridge and they are ready whenever you need a sweet pick me up!
These little guys come together super fast and and the topping crumble is to die for. Literally, it is amazing and you need to make them today.
The recipe uses one peach per mason jar – so the recipe is super easy to adjust to however many you want to make.
Using Peach in your Granola… who would have ever thought. But it is super tasty! Honey is the glue for the granola, so the more honey you use, the better the clumps will be.
Granola is perfect on morning yogurt, with ice cream after dinner, or just by itself by the handful.
All of these recipes work great with frozen peaches as well. I even grilled the frozen peaches when they were frozen and they held up great!
Even though peaches are in season in June and July these recipes can be enjoyed all year round!