Sugar Grilled Peaches

I've always wanted to try grilled peaches. I like peaches as long as I don't get the feel of the rough pit area on my tongue. Bleek!

The other night I had some peaches laying around and figured I'd give it a try. The credit goes to my husband though as he is the grill master. It was just my idea.

He was in the process of grilling steaks for dinner when I brought out a small bowl of cut peaches. We are going to grill peaches for the first time. "Well, ok" he said. "Lets give it a try".


Oh my golly gosh! They were delicious! I have found a new way of doing dessert. Of course I know he will not fire up the grill just for peaches, or will he?


It was so easy and they tasted like cobbler without all the bread. You have got to try this.

First, heat the grill to medium and wipe the grate with cooking spray so the peaches wont stick.

1. Wash and dry peaches.
2. Cut peaches in half and remove pit.
3. Place flesh side down for 5 minutes.
4. Turn over to skin side down and sprinkle with brown sugar. 
5. Cook another 5 minutes.


That's it! Simply add a scoop of ice cream or whip cream and you got yourself a delicious warm dessert without all the calories. (Approximately 120 calories per peach. That's two halves!)

Now I wonder what other fruits will be good on the grill.

21 comments

  1. GREAT idea. Looks delicious. I bet it smelled heavenly too.

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  2. Yummo. And any of the stone fruit is good. So is pineapple.

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  3. Y'all are crazy! But it does sound good and looks good. My problem is I am not partial to cooked fruit, I like i raw. ('cept for mama's cobblers)
    You mentioned cobbler, that is cheating, since it made me think of mama's!
    Nick is one sweet guy to cooperate with your craziness! HA!
    WE B HOT in Florida!!! (We usually head to New England in the summer, OUCH!)

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    1. Oh Jack you would love these. I like baked apples too. Think pies, breads and cobblers.

      Yall keep it cool down thar
      Lisa

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  4. This is just what I like, an easy flavorful recipe. I wonder how it would taste if I made it in a toaster oven.

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    1. I did one in the microwave yesterday and it was OK for a quick fix.

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  5. I'm going to try it in a toaster oven--I'll let you know how they taste!!

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  6. I love peaches
    It will e interesting, how many I'll have to buy to try this delicious idea

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    1. You could eat many before you even know it.

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  7. Oh yes, they are good grilled. I've had them like that before.

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  8. Oh my...this sounds delicious! I must try it.

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    1. Let me know how you like them. There are other ways to do them too found on Pinterest.

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    1. Its Rowland! Hi Rowland! Thanks for visiting.

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  10. That does it girlfren. I'm coming up there :)
    R

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  11. Hi Lisa, we love grilling peaches and thanks for sharing this with us at Cooking and Crafting with J & J.
    Enjoy the week.
    Julie xo

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  12. YUM! These sound amazing!

    I’d love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, and tips: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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