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Peach Recipes

Looking for recipes for peaches? Taste of Home has the best peach recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Lavender Peach Gelato

This sophisticated herbal gelato can be served as an appetizer, a palate-pleaser between courses or a dessert that tastes like heaven on a spoon.—Christine Wendland, Browns Mills, New Jersey
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Peach Chutney

Peach Chutney

Peach Chutney

Golden chunks of sweet peaches are a wonderful part of this tangy chutney. We enjoy this and many other peach delicacies all year-round.—Julie Ann Morgan, Columbia, South Carolina

Mango Fruit Crisp

Mango Fruit Crisp

Mango Fruit Crisp

"For many years, this was one of my most delicious summer desserts. I changed it to whole wheat flour to make it a bit more healthy." -Judy Schatzberg of Livingston, New Jersey

Peach Upside-Down Cake

Peach Upside-Down Cake

Peach Upside-Down Cake

Peaches and coconut give this variation from Terri Holmgren of Swanville, Minnesota a refreshing flavor that's especially nice for spring and summer.

Grilled Peaches and Berries

Grilled Peaches and Berries

Grilled Peaches and Berries

Simple ingredients brown sugar, butter and lemon juice release the flavors of the peaches and blueberries when they are grilled in a foil pouch. Cleanup couldn't be easier for this recipe from Sharon W. Bickett of Chester, South Carolina.

Dad's Peach Ice Cream

Dad's Peach Ice Cream

Dad's Peach Ice Cream

"MY DAD was the ice cream maker at our house. We had an old-fashioned freezer that had to be cranked by hand, and he took great delight in turning the handle until the ice cream was just right! With the addition of fresh fruit that he picked in a nearby orchard, this was a very special treat."

Melon Swan Fruit Bowl

Melon Swan Fruit Bowl

Melon Swan Fruit Bowl

REMEMBER the fable about the ugly duckling who turned into an elegant swan? Our kitchen crafters do! They took their cue from that tale to transform a plain melon into this latest “Crafting with Taste” beauty. You can easily do the same. Select a ripe honeydew melon, pull out a sharp kitchen knife and start cutting, following the easy instructions here. Then top the table with this swan server for any kind of festive function—and be prepared for a smile to crop up on everyone’s face!—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Nectarine Pecan Salad

Nectarine Pecan Salad

Nectarine Pecan Salad

Marina Sanders of Altamont, Manitoba shares her fast four-ingredient salad complemented with an easy shake-to-make dressing that's inexpensive and, best of all, made out of items you probably already have in your pantry.

Peachy Sweet Potatoes for Two

Peachy Sweet Potatoes for Two

Peachy Sweet Potatoes for Two

The microwave makes this special side a cinch to prepare. Juicy slices of fresh peach and cinnamon-sugar turn ordinary sweet potatoes into a standout recipe. Josie Bochek - Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

Fruit Salad with O.J. Reduction

Fruit Salad with O.J. Reduction

Fruit Salad with O.J. Reduction

This fruit fusion is best prepared an hour or 2 before you are ready to serve. Its brilliant colors and beautiful arrangement bring on the wows. —Roger Eberlin, baltimore, Maryland

Peach Rhubarb Crisp

Peach Rhubarb Crisp

Peach Rhubarb Crisp

When a visit to the local farmers market left me with an abundance of quickly ripening peaches and a few stalks of rhubarb, I created this sweet-tart recipe. —Sandy Kimble, Salinas, California

Peach Crepes

Peach Crepes

Peach Crepes

This recipe was passed on to me by my mother-in-law. The special ingredient giving it a distinctive, delicious flavor is the almond extract.

Peachy Rolls

Peachy Rolls

Peachy Rolls

“I adapted a peach sauce recipe, using it on top of frozen cinnamon rolls, for this quick breakfast,” Renae Jacobson explains from Elm Creek, Nebraska. “Fix them the night before and you can pop them into the oven as soon as you get up.”

Old English Trifle

Old English Trifle

Old English Trifle

Loaded with cake cubes and fruit, a lovely layered trifle is always welcome at a holiday dinner. The creamy, homemade custard is well worth the effort. —Nancy O'Connor, Glen Ridge, New Jersey
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