Hey there! Check out these awesome Summer Fruit Recipes! Let’s beat the heat deliciously! I’m obsessed with these easy recipes.
First, summer is perfect for fresh, juicy fruits. Who doesn’t love those colorful, sweet, and refreshing treats?
It’s the ultimate summer vibe and all about embracing seasonal goodness!
It’s like a party in my mouth – bursting with flavors, colors, and pure joy!
Plus, it’s a snap to make. Just chop, toss, and voila – you’ve got the perfect poolside snack.
Oh, and the best part? Sharing these fruity concoctions with friends!
There’s something magical about gathering around a picnic table, laughing, and enjoying the fruity delights together. It brings us all closer and creates these incredible memories we’ll cherish forever.
So, long story short – summer fruit recipes are my jam because they’re easy, tasty, and the perfect excuse to kick back and have fun with friends.
Summer and fresh fruit go hand in hand, and I’m just soaking up every juicy moment!
Saturday Chitchat with Janine – Volume 128
First, summer is impressive because of the weather, man. The sun’s out, the days are longer, and you can finally ditch those heavy jackets and feel the warm breeze on your skin.
And when it comes to fruit, summer is like the fruit festival of the year!
Watermelons, peaches, strawberries, mangos, you name it! These fruits are like nature’s candy, and I can’t get enough of them.
Now, here’s the juicy connection between summer and fruit. When it’s hot outside, you need something refreshing to cool down, right? That’s where the fruits come into play, my friend!
And not to forget, fruits are full of vitamins and antioxidants that keep us healthy and glowing during those sunny days.
So, it’s a win-win situation. Summer keeps us happy with its fantastic weather, and fruits keep us nourished and refreshed.
When summer arrives, I’m like a kid in a candy store, but I’m surrounded by all those delicious fruits instead of candies!
Personal Note from Janine
I’m a creature of habit.
Each morning, my favorite way to start the day is with a generous bowl of fresh fruit with plain Greek yogurt and a touch of agave syrup. Most days, I enjoy a fun mix of berries, but once summertime arrives, I switch to my favorite sweet juicy peaches.
The peaches sourced from our local orchard are an absolute delight – so incredibly sweet that I don’t need to add agave syrup. Sadly, my busy schedule has kept me from picking any peaches myself, but I’m hopeful that next week if work permits, I’ll have the opportunity to visit the orchard and gather some.
There’s truly nothing that compares to the taste of farm-fresh peaches. I encourage you to explore your local options for fresh vegetables and fruits as well. If you happen to be a skilled gardener, you might even have your very own supply right in your backyard!
Have a great weekend!
This Week’s Inspiration – Summer Fruit Recipes
The Classic Pavlova Recipe originates from Australia.
Ideal for summertime gatherings, this light, and airy dessert are simply perfect for entertaining. Prepare the meringue in advance and assemble it just before serving!
Here’s an easy summer Grilled Stone Fruit Salad Recipe. This delightful fruit salad is a fusion of juicy grilled peaches and a variety of summer fruits loaded with berries, cherries, and more.
This fruit salad with a twist is topped off with creamy burrata cheese and drizzled with sweet honey.
Here is a Super Fruity Sangria Recipe that is perfect for a summer party. It’s a simple, delicious summer drink that’s great for entertaining.
On a warm summer day, this cold drink goes well with a BBQ dinner.
Lemon sorbet in a Lemon is a wonderfully refreshing dessert perfect for hot summer days.
Lemon sorbet served in frozen lemon shells is an impressive and delicious dessert. This frozen lemon sorbet only has five ingredients that are simple to combine.
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.
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My Favorite Things – Summer Fruit Recipes
This pretty, no-bake, Easy Strawberry Tiramisu is a deliciously fun summer twist on a classic Italian dessert. Create the recipe with Tieghan!
Summer salads. They are my favorite. If you love them as much as me, join my good friend Leslie to put together one of the best recipes!
Oh Sangria! I’m not a huge alcohol lover to be completely honest. But sweet and chilled summer peach sangria falls into a different category for me. Join Jackie for this recipe!
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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.
Here’s my quick and easy Strawberry Mochi Recipe that uses sweet rice flour and fresh strawberries.
Yes, it’s that easy to make. There is no bean mixture or ice cream, making it a simpler recipe.
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 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.
Now that summer has arrived,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.
This Week’s Tip – How to Freeze Blackberries
Freezing Blackberries | Sweet Peas and Saffron
During our time living in Washington, we made a tradition of gathering wild blackberries every summer. When we had surplus berries after making jam, I would opt to freeze them.
For the best approach to freezing blackberries and some useful tips, you can refer to Sweet Peas and Saffron’s blog post.
Latest Obsession – Farm Fresh Fruit
Visit a Local Farm
As soon as summer arrives, my focus shifts to harvesting fresh fruit. Fortunately, there’s a nearby farm that specializes in organic peaches, apricots, and nectarines.
You can’t beat the taste of a ripe peach straight from the tree. If you happen to have a local orchard in your area, I highly recommend visiting and indulging in their delicious assortment of fruits and vegetables.
Here’s the information about the one that I visit:
Urband Edge Farms
2017 Walnut Blvd
Brentwood, CA 945013
Alright, listen up, folks! Summer’s here, and you know what that means – it’s time to get fruitylicious!
Let’s dive into those mouthwatering summer fruit recipes that’ll make your taste buds dance happily!
So, my friends, let’s celebrate this sunny season with the best summer fruit recipes to make you smile from ear to ear.
Embrace the fruity goodness and let the summertime fun begin!