Recipe by Krystal-Belle
My mom will throw just about anything onto the grill, and one day a few summers ago as we all were watching Bobby Flay, we saw him making grilled peaches, so I brought it up to my mom and we decided to give it a try. So glad we did, but we did add our own touches to it.
Top Review by Claidan
Wow. Yum. We had a bunch of peaches from the local orchard that I didn't have time to can or preserve and happened to be grilling with a friend who was visiting when I mentioned I saw this recipe. We quickly cut up a few peaches (quartered them as they would not easily come off the pit as some types do) and tossed them in a little sugar and cinnamon and placed on the grill. We didn't peel them either and just grilled them on both sides. We took them off and threw them on top of some vanilla ice cream and it was heavenly. We ended up cutting up the rest and tossing then on and then freezing them for future use. We also tried them in the "slow cooker peaches" recipe posted on this site for breakfast the following morning and they were amazing in that as well. What a yummy and (somewhat :) healthy recipe. Thanks for sharing. We (my kids and I love Bobby Flay) so this was a fun and easy treat we knew would turn out if recommended by Bobby Flay.
- 2 peaches, halved and seeded (the big Georgia peaches are the best)
- whipped cream
- maple syrup (optional)
- chocolate syrup (optional)
Directions See How It's Made
- Place peach down on the grill flesh side down and gril for about 1-2 minutes or until grill marks appear.
- Remove peach from grill and put a generous amount of whipped cream in the center of the peach where the seed was.
- Drizzle maple syrup or chocolate sauce (or both) over the peach and serve warm with a side of ice cream.