May 31, 2010

Grilled Peaches With Honey and Yogurt




Nothing says summer like biting into a juicy peach. Grilling them is a simple way to enjoy them as a dessert, a perfect ending to a backyard BBQ without heating up your kitchen. Delicious topped with yogurt and honey, but also great topped with low fat ice cream.



Grilled Peaches With Honey and Yogurt
Servings: 4 • Serving Size: 1 peach Old Points: 2 pts Points+: 4 pts
Calories: 131.5 • Fat: 0.1 g Protein: 3.4 g Carb: 31.7 g Fiber: 2.2 g   

Ingredients: 
  • 4 medium ripe peaches, cut in half (pit removed)
  • 1/2 cup honey flavored fat free Greek yogurt
  • 4 tbsp honey
  • cinnamon (to taste)
Directions:
    Place peaches cut side down on the grill. Grill on low or indirect heat until soft, about 2-4 minutes on each side.

    Combine yogurt and cinnamon. Pour 1 tbsp yogurt over each peach half. Drizzle with honey and enjoy.

    33 comments :

    1. Also delicious over mesclun greens with a little cilantro, goat cheese, crushed peanuts and thai dressing. Yummm!

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    2. Hi Gina - I also add grilled peaches to a lettuce salad with blue cheese. Delicious.

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    3. Did you peel the skin off the peaches? In your picture it looks like one is peeled but not the other one. I'm definitely going to try these soon! Thanks for posting!

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    4. What is 1/2 honey flavored fat free Greek yogurt? Did you mean 1/2 cup?

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    5. Those look amazing! I'm assuming that is 1/2 cup of yogurt?

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    6. Yes, half cup. Thanks for noticing!

      No, I didn't peel the skin. The skin color was similar to the flesh.

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    7. @What's Blooming - I'll have to give that a try this week!

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    8. love it... can't wait to try.

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    9. Wow...that picture makes my mouth water! :)

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    10. My mouth is watering! However, I can't stand the texture and taste of Greek yogurt when it's all by itself. Is the taste mostly un-noticable...ie the chalky, gritty feel?

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    11. This looks so good! What a perfect summertime treat!

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    12. You could always use plain yogurt or frozen yogurt if you don't like Greek yogurt.

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    13. I made these tonight and they were delicious!

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    14. Made this last night. I didn't print off the recipe and i used plain yogurt and I put vanilla bean extract and cinamon in the yogurt. Really yummy. Thanks for stopping me from making a peach pie!!!

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    15. LOL, Oh how I love peach pie!!

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    16. Made these tonight and I couldn't BELIEVE how decedant they tasted! I just descovered your site and I've made your recipes the last three nights and they've all been amazing!

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    17. These were amazing!! I have made 5 of your meals this week....I LOVE your site! Thanks so much for all of your hard work. I have forwarded to so many people this week. Thanks again Gina!

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    18. Looks amazing. I will for sure be giving these a try.

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    19. I love peaches! What is the points plus on this one?

      Thank you,

      Barb

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    20. I picked up peaches at the farmers market this weekend. After making this recipe, I think I might have to pick up peaches every weekend! Grilling the peaches makes them so sweet, you almost don't need the honey. Gina - well done, yet again!

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    21. Oh my goodness, these were so good! When Publix mentioned grilling peaches & didn't suggest a recipe, I Googled "grilling peaches" and your recipe came up. I grilled them tonight, a first, and my husband & son loved them. I can not wait to try this recipe with company. I'm going through the rest of your site right now. Thank you!

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    22. Wowzers!
      Made it last night with WW Vanilla yogurt. Soooo tasty! Hard to believe it's only 3 pts!

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    23. did you oil the grates? the peaches stuck to the grill for me. still tasted great though!

      I used pure maple syrup in plain yogurt instead of honey/greek yogurt. Yum!

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    24. I don't have a grill, but I'd love to make these. What's the best way to modify for a stovetop/ oven?

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    25. I, too, would like to know how to convert the grilling to maybe oven broiling or in a skillet perhaps? Please advise. I am seeing lots of yummies I'd like to try from your site.

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    26. Ashley Bee7/3/12, 9:27 PM

      Should you point the yogurt/honey and then serve the peaches immediately after grilling them?

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    27. Ashley Bee7/3/12, 9:28 PM

      put the yogurt/honey***

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    28. Bailey Smith7/10/12, 9:13 PM

      I don't have a grill, we live in an apartment. Do you think I could get away with roasting these in the oven instead of grilling?

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    29. I baked the peaches, since I already had the oven on (350 for about a half hour, turning them twice), and they turned out yummy! I mixed 3 tbsp of honey with the yogurt and cinnamon and then used the rest to drizzle over the peaches... Kid approved! They loved these =)

      Thanks for the great recipes!

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    30. I use my George Forman grill. About 3 minutes does the trick!

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    31. I just came across this recipe and it looks great, but it really isn't as low carb as it could be (31g is a lot, and it's mostly from the honey and the yogurt), are there any substitutions or things you can suggest for making it a bit lower?

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