Even though it’s fall, I still love grilling (especially vegetables). I recently bought a non stick grill pan from IKEA for around $15 which I’ve been using almost daily. This grilled peaches recipe is great for incorporating grilling into your dessert. Happy grilling!

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  • Choose ripe, but firm, fruit that will hold its shape when grilling.
  • Soak the fruit in cold water or juice ahead of time. This helps the fruit retain water so it stays juicy on the grill. Keep the fruit submerged for about 20 minutes so that it takes in all the moisture. You can also flavor the water with complementary herbs and spices. For grilled peaches, I chose cinnamon sticks, but coconut sugar and nutmeg would have also added a nice touch. Just be careful about the amount of sugar you use because it can burn.
  • Use a clean cooking grate. Be sure to scrape off any residue from the grate or it will leave unwanted black specks and the taste of whatever was on there before.
  • Brush the fruit and the grate with a fat that has a high smoke point, like coconut oil or ghee.