Recipe Box, Grilled Peach Salad with Raspberry Balsamic Glaze

During these last weeks of summer I have been overloading on all my favorite fruits and vegetables that will so soon be unavailable, sniffle


I was dying to make a grilled peach salad while they were still available.  This salad would be good with any stone fruit, plums, nectarines, pluots~


I picked up a bottle of Raspberry Balsamic Glaze* in the grocery store…Pricey? Yes.  A little goes a long way?  Yes.  Worth the investment? Yes and Yes! This stuff is amazing!  All you need is a little drizzle and it will make your salad sing!

summer's end table

You might have seen a glimpse of this salad at the Dragonflies and Summer Goodbye table yesterday

peach salad

This peach salad is sure to end your summer with a bang!

grilled peach with Raspberry balsamic glaze

A grilled peach nestled on a bed of fresh mixed greens

grilled peach salad

a dollop of marscapone cheese and a drizzle of Raspberry Balsamic Glaze and your tastebuds will be in heaven!


I put some real butter on the griddle for them to sizzle in.  I grilled my peaches on a panini press because none of the manly types were around to fire up the grill for me.

grilled peach salad with raspberry glaze

You have to look closely to see the ridges, I didn’t get the blackened grill marks that you see in pretty magazine shots, but I really didn’t care, I just wanted a bite!

grilled peach salad

A dollop of cheese and a drizzle of raspberry balsamic glaze and this salad was on the table!

Here’s the recipe:



  • 1-2 fresh peach halves per salad
  • fresh salad greens such as mesculan mix
  • Raspberry Balsamic Glaze or any Balsamic glaze
  • 1 -2 tsp marsacapone cheese or fresh ricotta or mozzarella cheese
  • butter


  • Brush peaches with melted butter and grill on an outdoor grill, panini press, or skillet for 5 minutes, until warm and sugars start to caramelize.
  • Place peaches on a bed of fresh greens.
  • Place a teaspoon or 2 of cheese in the center of peach halves and drizzle with glaze. Serve with additional glaze if desired.


*this glaze is pretty sweet, substitute a more tart balsamic glaze if you prefer more tang.

Enjoy these last weeks of summer bounty!


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15 Responses to “Recipe Box, Grilled Peach Salad with Raspberry Balsamic Glaze”
  1. Mary says:

    This looks wonderful Jenna! I’ve never had luck getting grill marks on fruit no matter how hot the grill or press is. Those stylists must use sneaky tools for magazine shoots. Love balsamic glaze, it IS well worth it and lasts a long time. I’ve never tried raspberry glaze though what a treat! Enjoy the flavors of summer while you can 🙂

    • Thanks so much for telling me this, I have been looking for those pesky grill marks all over the place! I have a friend that used to be a food stylist for Southern Living and she has told me about some very dubious things they do!

  2. I love how your butcher block cutting board is so thick and lovely!

  3. phyllis says:

    Yummy, that looks so delish, i could eat that right now, it looks like it would make the perfect light lunch or dinner, thanks for sharing this cool menu, your tablelooks cute too…Phyllis

  4. A lovely summer salad dish!!

  5. Teresa says:

    I haven’t tried grilling fruit yet. I do like the idea of dressing it with a balsamic glaze and mascarpone cheese. Will have to keep this in mind.

  6. ladygourmet says:

    Your salad looks so pretty and refreshing. I agree Raspberry vinegar is worth the lasts a while and tastes fabulous. A wonderful end of season delight. I love peaches in my salad….it’s been a fabulous season for peaches and berries.

    Found you through Foodie Friday. Visit soon, I’m hosting an exciting giveaway and would love for you to join in!

    Have a wonderful weekend.

    Blessings, Catherine xo

  7. Rattlebridge Farm -- Foodie Friday says:

    If I can’t find the raspberry glacee’, I’m going to cry! Your peaches look so cool and fresh, and the added zing of the vinegar is genius. Thanks so much for leaving me a comment and for posting so many fine recipes at Foodie Friday. Bandy and I love them!

  8. I have peaches on my market list for next week and I guess I will have to buy a few more. I pinned this.

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  10. Lizzy Allan says:

    this looks so fresh and delicious! I love how you’ve presented it too in the little bowls.

  11. Jenna, love your salad and it is so beautiful! I have two bags of peaches in my frig – will be trying this! Thanks for sharing on the BBQ Block Party. Have a great holiday weekend!
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