Join in on the fun and check out these Desserts with Fruit to start baking fresh, sweet delicious recipes.
Nothing tastes better than a fruity dessert with fresh berries mixed with cream, sugar, and more goodness!
Here is a collection of all my desserts with fruit from the blog! You will find recipes with peaches, strawberries, blueberries, and more.
Whatever your favorite fruit is, I guarantee I have a recipe for it.
Savor the last moments of summer by creating these recipes that have nothing but fresh fruit.
Saturday Chitchat with Janine – Volume 78
Who loves fruit? I can’t help but have a bowl of the freshest bunch of berries paired with yogurt and granola every day. It’s too tasty to pass up!
For those who also love fruit and can’t go a day without it, here are some desserts with fruit to satisfy your taste buds.
I’ve always been a big fan of baking, especially treats with fruit, whether inside or on top. So, here are my latest, oldest, and favorite recipes from the blog.
Personal Note from Janine
My niece came to visit us this week, and we had a blast with her and her family.
She has a little one-year-old daughter whose middle name is my late mother’s name, Amy. My mom would be tickled to know that her great grand-niece has her name! It was bittersweet to meet my grand-niece without my mother.
So in honor of my mother, we all visited our local fruit orchard and picked peaches. My mom loved peaches and especially picking them fresh off the tree.
Once home, I made a homemade peach cobbler which we all enjoyed with a dollop of vanilla ice cream.
Ah, the circle of life is sad but kind of a celebration of a new generation. The legacy of Amy lives on!
Enjoy these delicious fruit desserts that I have collected for you this Saturday!
This Week’s Inspiration – Desserts with Fruit
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I start each morning with a bowl of Greek Yogurt with Fruit for Breakfast. Create your homemade yogurt parfaits using seasonal fruit and plain Greek yogurt.
It’s a healthy and more satisfying alternative to cold cereal.
This Peach Crisp with Fresh Peaches is a perfect blend of soft peaches and a crunchy topping. It’s an easy summer dessert to make and a relatively healthy recipe.
Make it decadent by adding whip cream or a dollop of vanilla ice cream.
I’m amazed at how easy it is to make this Grilled Peaches Recipe. I add a sprinkle of brown sugar and a pat of butter and bake it on our bbq.
It’s so quick and easy to make. You’ll like this simple dessert if you want a delicious fresh fruit dessert this summer and don’t want too many calories.
This Peach Galette Recipe is so simple to make and tastes delicious. I love that the fruit isn’t overwhelmed with a thick crust topped with a layer of turbinado sugar for a sweet, crunchy taste.
If you’re cramped for time and want the flavor of a peach pie, then this is an excellent alternative.
Here’s a fresh summer dessert recipe, the Fruit Tart. It’s an easy recipe with a sugar cookie crust topped with a creamy citrus lemon curd that’s sweet, flavorful, and perfect for summer.
If you like fresh fruit, then you’ll fall in love with this delicious fruit dessert!
I love any dessert with citrus, and this Fresh Orange Scone Recipe has the perfect blend of orange and cranberry. The original recipe is from the Magnolia Table Cookbook by Joanna Gaines.
Since I can’t have enough cookbooks, I bought it, and after skimming it, I immediately knew that I wanted to bake her scone recipe.
If you’ve had The Original House of Pancake’s Apple Dutch Baby, then you’ll love this recipe. It’s an oven-baked pancake that’s easy to make, and you can serve it for breakfast, brunch, and dessert.
It’s a light custard-like souffle topped with cinnamon and nutmeg-drenched apples.
While visiting Paris, France, we ordered a Puff Pastry Fruit Tart with fantastic custard.
The custard combined with apples topped with a cinnamon and nutmeg sauce is delicious and is a perfect fall dessert.
Use your favorite berry mixture for this easy summer dessert. This Mixed Berry Cobbler Recipe has a crisp, buttery topping with juicy sweet berries.
It’s best to serve it up with a yummy scoop of vanilla ice cream, and this dessert is an instant favorite.
This dessert seriously is The Best Blueberry Buckle Cake Recipe, and I recently added a yummy icing which I’m so happy I made this change.
If you need something sweet to go with your coffee or tea, this is the best little treat.
This Lemon Tart Puff Pastry is so easy to make. I love how it tastes like it was made in a fancy bakery.
They key is to use a fresh homemade lemon curd.
Since summer is still here, and there is a ton of fruit at the stores, a Fresh Strawberry Pie Recipe is essential!
This easy dessert pie filling only takes a few minutes to make. Refrigerate the pie and serve once the glaze is firm. Your family will love this fruit pie.
Make this easy Pavlova Recipe with fresh raspberries and blueberries. It has a light baked meringue that is topped with whip cream and fruit.
I love this fresh summer dessert that is perfect with a summer dinner. Top with whatever fruit your family loves, the possibilities are many.
A Fresh Berry Chantilly Cake is a white cake filled with delicious lemon curd, and to top it off with a covering of whip cream frosting and raspberries.
This cake is utter perfection. One bite leaves you feeling refreshed and makes you want another slice (or two, but who’s counting).
Today, I’m sharing the Best Lemon Sour Cream Pie recipe. This lemon pie has a rich, smooth lemon flavor similar to my favorite English Lemon Curd recipe.
Of course, this homemade pie has sour cream, which mellows the sweetness and creates a luscious taste.
Boutique of the Week – Hydrangea Wreaths
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Style your home with Hydrangea Wreaths, from dried and fall wreaths to colorful and floral options for the upcoming season.
Scroll through this collection of wreaths to possibly find your next hydrangea front door wreath, indoor piece, or everyday outdoor/indoor wreath.
My Favorite Things – Desserts with Fruit
While strawberry shortcake is a summer favorite, Leslie likes to make these raspberry strawberry shortbread cookies which are a twist on an old standard.
She makes them small so that they are guilt-free in addition to yummy!
Nothing says summer like peach pie. And Ashley’s favorite way to make them is in these mini mason jars! These paleo mason jar peach pies are so cute in their individual serving size.
And they are so simple to make!
There is nothing like a wild Maine blueberry and it makes the best pies. Jackie shows her favorite summer treat.
With just a touch of lemon zest and light on the sugar, the flavor of the wild blueberries really steals the show.
Buttery Cherry Berry Skillet Crisp…overflowing with sweet summer cherries, mixed berries, and a double measure of buttery crumble on top.
This easy fruit crisp by Tieghan is the perfect way to use up every last bit of that sweet summertime fruit you have on hand.
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This blog post includes sweet, savory, and salty ideas for the day’s most important meal. Let’s get cooking in the kitchen!
Summer is here! Time to celebrate by making these Easy Summer Drinks! I have everything from fruity and non-alcoholic beverages to whipped coffee and boba tea.
This Week’s Tip – Freezing Lemons
Many dishes require lemon juice when baking and cooking, and I found a way to always have a supply around the house.
If I have a lot of lemons in my garden, I will pop them into the freezer. Yes, I store the whole lemon right in my freezer. I know some folks will squeeze the juice into an ice tray, but I’m not patient enough.
Also, freezing the whole lemon preserves the lemon zest.
Place the frozen lemon in the microwave for a couple of seconds to thaw it. Also, I put a hole in the lemon to squeeze out the juice. This little trick works out nicely.
Latest Obsession – Containers
My Favorite Containers
I love these Rubbermaid storage containers.
I like that they are glass and have an airtight sealable lid. These containers stack nicely on top of each other, and the glass makes it easy to see the contents inside them.
They come in lots of sizes which is so convenient for leftovers. Also, the glass is perfect for heating food in the oven or the microwave.
These are the best containers around.
Cheers to the weekend, everyone! I hope you had fun looking through this collection of desserts with fruit.
I sure did because my mouth is now watering, and I’m aching for a sweet strawberry pie!
Stay tuned for some last-minute summer inspiration, but prepare for fall recipes, decor, and more!