These are so simple you might be tempted to dress them up with fresh mint or mascarpone or chopped pecans. You better do it fast because we’ll be eating them hot off the grill in the meantime.
- 3-4 medium peaches, washed, sliced in half and pitted
- 2 tbsp butter, melted
- 1 tsp bourbon
- 1 tbsp brown sugar
Mix the sugar, liquor and melted butter together in a small bowl. Brush both sides of the peaches with a pastry brush. Place the peaches cut side down over a medium-hot grill. Cook about four minutes and then flip to grill the other side, brushing more of the bourbon mix over the peaches.
Just 1 teaspoon of bourbon?
I know, I know. But yes that’s not a typo.
Oh dear, it should be😜!
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They look good…I’ve had some disappointing peaches recently, but these look great.
They look tasty and I have a plate of that design to serve them on!
I made grilled peaches with a cinnamon sugar sauce this weekend. Put them on vanilla pound cake and topped them with vanilla greek frozen yogurt. YUMMY! I’ll be trying the grilled peaches with bourbon next for sure!!
Absolutely perfect! I love grilled peaches, and adding a little bourbon to the mix never hurt anyone!
We’re going peach picking next month. This recipe is going to come in handy. We plan to eat peaches for a week! 🙂
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