Go beyond burgers and grill fresh fruit to serve as a side dish, salad, or dessert. Grilling fresh fruit brings out even more of its natural sweetness and creates a mouthwatering dish.
Grilled Watermelon Pizza
For a fruity and finger-friendly appetizer, grill watermelon wedges and top with pickled onions, blue chees, and pecans.
Pineapple Satay with Coconut CaramelPineapple holds up to skewering, doesn’t fall apart on the grill, and makes an elegant, surprising dessert—especially when drizzled with a simple-to-make caramel sauce. You’ll need 16 wooden skewers for this recipe.
Simple Grilled Stone Fruit CrumbleWe were wowed by the flavors of this luscious dessert. Grilling the fruit caramelizes its sugars and concentrates its flavor, while the creamy tang of crème fraîche perfectly complements the nutty, buttery topping.
Grilled Peaches over Arugula with Goat Cheese and ProsciuttoThis summery peach salad features sweet 'n' smoky grilled peach wedges, fresh arugula, crumbled goat cheese, and sliced prosciutto. The saltiness of the goat cheese and prosciutto is an irresistible complement to the sweet peaches and spicy arugula.
Spiced Chicken with Grilled Peach SalsaServe grilled peaches with a spicy grilled chicken breast for a dish that's both sweet and savory.
Grilled Stone Fruit Antipasto PlateHeighten the sweetness of the plums, peaches, nectarines and pluots with black pepper and vanilla. If you can't find pluots, double up on peaches or plums.
Grilled Black Pepper Bananas on Sugared Rum Toast
Venture away from the familiar with this sweet and spiced quickie dessert, which earned rave reviews during testing.
Grilled Pineapple-Mango SalsaPineapple and onion are grilled until slightly caramelized, adding a complex sweetness perfect for meats, like grilled pork, or mild grilled fish such as flounder, catfish, or tilapia.
Grilled Watermelon and Halloumi Salad with Minty Green BeansDitch the boring salads! Serve grilled watermelon and halloumi cheese over a bed of greens for a delicious and healthy lunch.
Caribbean Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Grilled Pineapple Salsa
We cut the tenderloin in half before grilling for a nicely charred crust and a juicy inside in half the time.
Grilled FruitUse this versatile recipe when you've got a bounty of summer fruit. You can use fresh peaches, nectarines, plums and pineapple chunks, or any combination of fruit you wish. No other ingredients required.
Lemon-Sugar Grilled PineappleThree ingredients are all you need for a super-easy fruit salad or dessert at your next barbecue.
Grilled Summer Fruit CobblerOur fruit cobbler is a tasty way to enjoy plump summer berries. Use a cast iron or enamel-coated cast iron skillet, and don’t pile on the ingredients—just fill to a little more than halfway, or they will bubble over.
Fiery Grilled Peach and Habanero SalsaGrilling the peaches caramelizes their natural sugar. Serve with grilled pork, fish or chicken. Refrigerate for up to three days.
Dr. Bosker's Boogie-Woogie Brown-Sugared Barbecued BananasTop grilled bananas with a sprinkle of brown sugar and a splash of orange liqueur for a simple and sophisticated dessert. Serve with a dollop of ice cream or whipped cream.
Grilled Glazed Pineapple with Coconut SorbetCreate a tropical dessert by grilling pineapple slices tossed with a mixture of orange marmalade and fresh lime juice. The finishing touch is a scoop of coconut sorbet.
Caramelized Fresh Figs with Sweet CreamSometimes the simplest dishes are the best. Caramelize honey-coated figs on the grill to intensify the sweetness and top with crème fraîche.
Grilled Fruit PacketsThis grilled fruit dessert will satisfy even the biggest sweet tooth—for a lot less calories. This fruit dessert is ideal for really hot days, when the idea of baking is too much to bear.
Grilled Apple SaladGrill fresh apple slices and serve them on spring greens and spinach. Accent the sweetness of the apples with shaved Cheddar cheese and a cider vinaigrette.
Cantaloupe and Grilled Fig SaladThe contrasting flavors of the sweet fruit and tangy lime juice plus the variety of textures in the fruits, nuts, and vegetables create an intriguing and beautiful first course.
Grilled Peaches JezebelHorseradish and Dijon mustard add a bit of "heat" to these honey-coated peach halves.
Grilled Apricot HalvesBrush grilled apricots with a mixture of olive oil, honey, and fresh thyme and serve as a simple side dish, over a bed of greens, or even as a topping for grilled pizza.
Grilled Peaches with Vanilla Ice CreamThis super-simple grilled peaches recipe has only five ingredients, making it perfect for last-minute summer entertaining.
Grilled Stone Fruit with Balsamic GlazeBrush grilled peach, plum and apricot halves with a sweet balsamic glaze and top with shaved cheese for a fruit side dish or not-too-sweet grilled dessert.