Grilled Spiced Peaches

So I am sitting here wanting to pull my lack of hair out.  You know your frustrated when your bald and you still try and pull out what tiny hair follicles you have.  Grrrrrr.  So this post was a little longer but wordpress has decided it wanted to keep deleted what I typed, so I refuse to try and remember it all and type it again so I am just going to hit the main wickets I needed covered.  I know most of you just want the recipes anyways.  So here goes, Please go like the Metalography Facebook Page, they are the local gallery that does all my metal prints and they are amazing.  If you want a free metal print, just got submit a photo HERE and send all your friends to vote, if you win you get a free 18×24 metal print mailed to you.  It can be people, landscapes, food whatever you can get friends to vote on.  I did a photoshoot for my friends 6 month old Connor, and here is the photo I took and printed on metal for them, it made me cry.  What do you think about it?  It is my favorite photo I have ever taken.

So I won’t bore you anymore with my life or stories or awesome baby pictures, but that one does make you just feel warm inside huh haha.  Without waiting any longer, here is one of the simplest and most delicious recipes you can make on your grill for a side dish or dessert.  And don’t be afraid to use other fruit, I was just on a peaches kick.  Hope you enjoy.

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5.0 from 2 reviews
Grilled Spiced Peaches
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Serves: 4
  1. Preheat your grill on high heat
  2. While your grill is preheating, mix all your ingredients except the peaches well
  3. Place your peaches in a mixing bowl and pour your sauce over them all ensuring an even coating of all the peaches
  4. Once your grill is warm, place on the grill grates carefully ensuring they don't fall through
  5. Grill for 5 mins on each side or until nicely charred, there are 3 sides so make sure you babysit your grill
  6. Once done, let cool, serve and enjoy
  7. These go amazing with any of my ice cream recipes



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  1. These were amazing! We grilled out this weekend for my father-in-laws bday and with him being a seriously uncontrolled diabetic I am always trying to gently show him that whole foods can be delicious without all the added crap! I will definitely be adding this to my grill more often!

    And as a side note – I made the blueberry brussel sprouts today – fabulous :) This was the first time I’ve ever cooked brussel sprouts period and I’m happy I started with such a delicious recipe! And the BBQ corockpot chicken is cooking as I type – cant freakin’ wait for dinner!! I just found this site on Friday evening and I’m 3 recipes in already and loving them all! You have a huge new fan in me (and my sister-in-law too after this weekend!). Keep it coming and Ill keep following!

  2. I’ve also been roasting all sorts of fruit lately.. peaches, pineapple and strawberries have been my favorites. Plain fruit doesn’t hold a candle. Love the picture!

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