Get Peachy this Summer with these 9 Peach-Based Recipes

Peach season runs from July to September in Pennsylvania. So it’s prime time to find the farm-fresh stone fruit at local markets and grocery stores. Maybe you enjoy them baked into a decadent dessert. Or maybe you’d rather serve them sliced up in a refreshing salad or cocktail. To peach their own, after all! Whatever you prefer, below, you’ll find no shortage of peach recipes to satisfy your cravings.

Peach and Corn Salsa with Tortilla Chips

A bowl of peach and corn salsa sits to the top right of the frame, with a bigger bowl of tortilla chips in the bottom center.

Who doesn’t love salsa? This kid-friendly recipe is a delicious way to get your kids in the kitchen. The sweet and spicy flavors of the peach and corn salsa are not only deliciously enjoyed as a snack atop tortilla chips, but are also great condiments with grilled fish, chicken, or pork.

Peach and Ricotta Pizza

Four slices of Peach and Ricotta Pizza sit on a wooden background. They are orange and white in color and drizzled with a brown glaze.

One bite of this Peach and Ricotta Pizza, and you’ll be hooked. This unique combination of flavors is both sweet and savory. Juicy peaches add a refreshing twist to the creamy ricotta cheese, while the crispy crust complements the soft texture of the toppings. Impress with this recipe at your next summer gathering.

Peach Bourbon Smash

A cocktail dark orange in color sits in a rocks glass garnished with mint.

Late summer peaches, blended with light, summery fresh mint and the nutty warmth of bourbon whiskey, take the stage. Leveled out with a smooth, sweet vanilla simple syrup, this peach bourbon cocktail brings out the best flavors of summer and fall, making it perfect for between-season drinking.

Grilled Peaches with Mascarpone and Honey

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A beautiful way to celebrate one of summer’s favorite fruits in a simple yet luxurious way is our Grilled Peaches with Mascarpone and Honey recipe. Once peach season passes, feel free to try grilled plums…or pineapple. Or create your own mix of fruits.

Smoky Blueberry Peach Crisp

An aerial shot of a Smoky Blueberry Peach Crisp sitting in a cast iron pan, on top of a wooden cutting board.

The smoky flavor of this warm crisp starts with Scotch. Impart more smokiness by baking ahead and warming in the smoker.

Tomato Peach Salad

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We recommended serving this salad from Marcella’s Chef Justin Severino with a range of dishes that appear all at once at the table, tapas-style.

Peach Wineberry Flatbread

An aerial view of three Peach Wineberry Flatbreads, with one cut into six slices. They are bright in color and sit on a black wooden slab. Peach Wineberry Flatbread Recipe

Combine farm-fresh berries and peaches with this easy, crowd-pleasing flatbread recipe. Along with chèvre cheese and prosciutto, feel free to sprinkle in a fresh blackberry or blueberry, too.

Grilled Peach Smash

Deliciously refreshing grilled peach smash cocktail with fresh mint and a hint of citrus, served in a stylish glass.

This Grilled Peach Smash was created to heat your spring or summer cocktail menu.

Gingered Peach and Blackberry Pie

Gingered Peach and Blackberry Pie served in a glass plate with different-colored flowers in a glass on the side

Farm-fresh peaches make a fantastic addition to Erica Bruce’s recipe for gingery, blackberry, and peach pie.

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