5 Peach Recipes to Savor the End of Summer

Featured Article, Healthy Meal Ideas, Healthy Recipes and Nutrition
on August 29, 2016

Think those juicy peaches are best suited for a cobbler? Think again. While peaches are available in most regions of the U.S. from May to October, their taste peaks in the late summer months, so take advantage of this seasonal favorite now. The versatile fruit stars in a number of desserts and also makes the perfect accompaniment to savory dishes—plus, they’re good for you!

According to Rebecca Lewis, in-house dietician at HelloFresh, “Peaches are loaded with fiber, antioxidants, and vitamins to keep your appetite satisfied, hair glowing, and skin smooth.” Here, Rebecca shares her favorite peach-packed HelloFresh recipes.


Pan-Seared Pork Chops with Peach Arugula Salad and Couscous

Pan-Seared Pork Chops


Rebecca says: “Juicy fruit with peppery arugula and tender pork drizzled with herby pan sauce is a surprising but winning combination!”


Peach and Tomato Tartines with Almond and Arugula Salad

Peach & Tomato Tartines with Almond and Arugula Salad


Rebecca says: “An upgrade from ordinary toast, these tartines are topped with creamy ricotta, summery greens, and succulent caramelized peaches. It’s practically a no-cook meal, which means you’ll be “toasting” to dinnertime in under 30 minutes.”


Jerk Chicken and Peach Skewers with Curried Rice Pilaf

Jerk Chicken and Peach Skewers


Rebecca says: “The recipe takes skewers to whole new level by adding peach slices to a Jamaican-inspired dish. Tender chicken and curried rice round out this sweet and savory recipe to remember.”


Peach and Mozzarella Flatbread with Walnuts and Balsamic-Arugula Salad

Peach and Mozzarella Flatbread


Rebecca says: “Sweet peaches, plus crunchy walnuts and creamy mozzarella create the ultimate summer flatbread.”


Peach and Nectarine Orzo Salad with Feta, Cucumber, and Mint

Peach & Nectarine Orzo Salad


Rebecca says: “Although nectarines are firmer than peaches, they’re just as sweet. Together, the two make for a knockout pair in this refreshing salad. Pop the fruit under the broiler for a few minutes before tossing with crisp cucumbers, mint, lemon, and chewy orzo.”