Fruit salad with homemade peaches in syrup recipe

Fruit salad with homemade peaches in syrup recipe

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Because I had preserved my own peaches in syrup (recipe on this site) I needed something else to do, so I concocted a little fruit salad with red fruits and white peaches, a dessert that garnered a lot of compliments.

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IngredientsServes: 4

  • 250g fresh raspberries
  • 250g strawberries, sliced
  • 250g blueberries
  • 3 peaches - peeled, stoned and cut into bite size pieces
  • 4 tablespoons peaches in syrup
  • 4 tablespoons peach syrup from homemade peaches in syrup

MethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5min

  1. Divide the raspberries, strawberries, blueberries and fresh peaches into 4 dishes, ramekins or clear glasses.
  2. Add 1 tablespoon of peaches in syrup and one tablespoon of peach syrup to each dish.
  3. Chill until ready to serve.

More ideas

Take this fruit salad and serve on top of meringue nests for an elegant dessert. You could also serve with ice cream.

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Fresh Peach Syrup

Last weekend I was able to get my hands on a bushel of fresh peaches, and man did I feel happy about it. Giddy, really. (Yes, I have a problem). We have been enjoying fresh peaches in our oatmeal, with cream, and just plain. It’s been fun to use them to try out some new recipes for you all as well. Watch for a new fantastic peach dessert recipe coming up on Friday.

Now, a word or two about this syrup. I had three main goals in mind when I set about making peach syrup. I wanted to come up with something that would pack as much fresh peach flavor as possible, I didn’t want the peaches to taste too “cooked”. I hoped for something that would be fabulous over waffles, pancakes or ice cream. I was looking to give you (and I) a recipe we could make in bulk and then freeze for later use. I made three test batches all with different added flavors and cooking methods. My family acted as taste testers and wouldn’t you know it, but the first batch turned out to be the clear favorite. Seven out of seven votes, in fact. It’s a nice thick/chunky syrup packing loads of fresh peach flavor with subtle hints of cinnamon and vanilla.

It is absolutely DIVINE poured over waffles (recipe here) with a bit of whipped cream on top. Divine, people. It truly is. It’s like peaches and cream on steroids.

On Sunday night MyTeenSonMark seriously ate 5 huge waffles slathered with Fresh Peach Syrup and Whipped Cream. He kept saying things like “Holy Cow, Mom! This is the best thing you have done for my in a LONG time.” and ” I would TOTALLY order this in a restaurant.” and “More. Give. Me. More.”

Those were his very words, ladies and gentlemen. I have tucked them in my heart to stay.

The best fruit salad recipe (summer fruit salad)

A little bit of bragging here but allow me to introduce to you the best fruit salad recipe of all time. Your perfect summer fruit salad recipe! Even your fussiest eater would not say no to this deliciousness.

Truth be told, this is hardly a recipe but you can still be guided on how to pair the fruits and the best fruit salad dressing to use.

No right or wrong on the quantity or amount of fruits to use to, go with your heart and you will be just fine. This recipe is great for kids and adults!

Cutting the Peel Off the Oranges

Oranges are so much more pleasant to eat without the peel. You can skip this step and just peel the oranges and chop them, but I think it’s more juicy and delicious if you cut off the peel.

Cut the ends off the oranges.

Place the orange upright on one of the flat ends and use your knife to cut slices from the top to the bottom, removing all the white pith. Save all the orange scraps, because you will use it later to squeeze out all the juice and make the syrup.

Cut the oranges into cubes.

If you’re using peaches, peel them first. If you’re using nectarines, you can keep the skin on and chop.

Peel the mango and chop.

Place all the fruit in a large bowl.


  • Peel and chop the mango ahead of time and store in a zip-top bag
  • Wash and dry the grapes and cherries ahead of time
  • You can substitute the lime juice with lemon, orange or pineapple juice if you prefer


  • The great thing about fruit salads are that you can use any fruits you like! Pomegranates, pear, apple, peaches, orange slices are also delicious choices.

This fruit salad recipe makes a lovely snack, side dish or dessert. You can add a dollop of whipped coconut cream, or even some yogurt and granola.

Enjoy the recipe as written for a paleo and refined sugar free treat. Or leave out the sweetener to keep this whole 30 compliant.

16 Fruit Salad Recipes You Need to Make This Summer

Celebrate the season's freshest fruit &mdash think strawberries , peaches, and blackberries &mdash with these delicious fruit salad recipes. You can serve them as a side dish at a barbecue or a dessert on a weeknight. (Then make one of these sweet strawberry recipes for summer.)

This recipe is packed with flavor thanks to its homemade honey, lime, and mint dressing.

Get the recipe at Cooking Classy.

Add a little crunch to your favorite side dish by mixing in crushed pretzels and chopped pecans.

Get the recipe at The Gunny Sack.

Yes, your favorite poolside drink can be made into a summer dish you can enjoy all season long.


Preparing a colourful fruit salad is a great way to enjoy the bounty of seasonal harvests. And with summer approaching, we decided to make a delicious salad bowl with berries, kiwi, and peaches, all topped with maple-roasted cashews. Yummy!

All you have to do for this recipe is grab the ripest summer fruits you can find, chop them, and toss them with a drizzle of lemon juice. And if you&aposre not in a hurry, we recommend taking 20 minutes of your time to caramelise the nuts with maple syrup in the oven until crunchy and golden. Trust us: it will be worth it!

Summer is one of the best seasons for fruit as you can find a wide variety of juicy fruits. For this recipe, we picked fresh strawberries, cherries, kiwi fruits, and peaches. They&aposre easy to find and pair wonderfully together. But you can also opt for other berries like blackberries and raspberries or swap peaches with apricots and melon.

Fresh fruit works best for salads as it&aposs easy to chop, and it will stay plump and juicy. However, you can also use frozen fruit and let it thaw until it&aposs no longer hard but still cool to the touch. Then, chop it carefully as not to smash it. Canned fruits are also a great option for fruit salad, but make sure they don&apost have added sugar, or if they do, rinse them thoroughly.

Sweet and colourful, this summer fruit salad is already delicious on its own, but caramelised cashews will bring it to the next level! In a previous recipe, we roasted the nuts with honey, turmeric, ginger, and cardamom — they were simply irresistible. In this fruit salad, we used maple syrup to keep the recipe vegan and didn&apost add any spice not to overpower the delicate flavours of summer fruits. But, if you&aposre curious about it, you can find the recipe here and give it a try!

You can enjoy this fruit salad for breakfast, paired with yogurt and sugar-free granola for a filling and healthy meal. It&aposs also great as a refreshing dessert served alongside a scoop of gelato. We recommend our vegan lavender ice cream as its delicate floral notes suit this fruit salad perfectly.

Since strawberries are in all the stores now, this Fresh Fruit Salad and Poppyseed Dressing is a natural fit for any menu!

Everyone loves fruit salad, and when there’s a sweet dressing on top – even better! When I grew up, we always had fruit salad, but usually mom doused it quite thickly with real whipped cream. Mm-m-m, I can taste it now!

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Blueberry Margarita Pureed fresh or frozen blueberries, lime simple syrup and your favorite tequila and you are on your way to a pitcher of seriously delicious sipping!

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Don’t you just love Mexican Monday?? Let’s make some fruit salad!

You can use a variety of different fruits in this fruit side dish! The lime dressing will enhance just about any fruit. Some of my favorite additions include:

  • Bananas
  • Peaches
  • Pitted cherries
  • Granny smith apples (for a little tart and crunch)
  • Green grapes
  • Dragon fruit
  • Mango
  • Oranges or mandarin oranges (a clementine will work as well)
  • Watermelon
  • Honeydew melon
  • The list goes on and on! If you used something different, comment below with your favorite combination!
  • Also, agave nectar is a great substitute for honey.

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