Grilled peach crumble is the perfect dessert to grill after the meat (or veggies) are finished! Just a few minutes, a few ingredients and dessert is ready.
Grilled Peach Crumble
I have never really been a fan of peaches. That might sound odd since I chose to make grilled peach crumble for you today. My grandmother (Tutu) would make peach pies and I never used to look forward to dessert when that was on the menu. As I grew older, I began to love those peach pies because she made them and I loved spending time with her. Have you ever changed your mind about something you didn’t like because of the person that was making it?
My daughter will eat them with the skin on, which I find quite unpleasant. Given a choice I will always choose nectarines before peaches. I’ve neglected peaches, even though they love them, because I do believe that kittens should be furry and food should not. Grilled peach crumble is on the dessert menu as an ode to Tutu and an act of love for my family. 🙂 And yes, I had some too.
If it’s not raining, I’m finding an excuse to grill. Time and energy are also factors into the equation. Since it’s usually sunny in the summer you’ll find me outside a couple times a week, grilling up some leftovers for the next day or two. Here’s a tip: this peach crumble is soooo good for breakfast if you can manage to save some. 🙂 Add a dollop of Greek yogurt if that makes it seem more breakfast-like. Wait until you see what my fellow Sunday Supper friends have made to share with you!
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- 4 peaches, pit removed and each cut into about 8 pieces
- ¾ cup of granola
- ⅛ cup + ⅛ cup brown sugar, just scooped not packed
- 2 tbsp. butter, softened room temp is fine
- juice of one large orange
- ¼ tsp. cinnamon
- 1 tbsp. sweet, citrus liqueur
- 4 pieces of foil large enough to make a "boat" nearly sealed on top
- Place sliced peaches in foil, one peach's worth of slices per piece of foil.
- To make the sauce you will need a small saucepan. Add orange juice, ⅛ cup of brown sugar, cinnamon and liqueur. Stir on medium heat until sauce comes to a low boil and sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat and set aside.
- To make the crumble topping, mix butter and remaining brown sugar in a small bowl until creamy.
- Mix in granola.
- Generously brush the sauce over the peach slices. You will have leftover sauce which is really good for making cobbler.
- Sprinkle crumble topping over the peach slices.
- Fold edges of foil upward to make a boat, nearly sealing or completely sealing the top.
- Grill for about 30 minutes or until peaches are tender. If you have a temperature gauge on your barbecue, grill for 30 minutes if the temperature reads around 300 degrees F. If it is lower, simply grill for a bit longer until peaches are as tender as you would like.
- You can also bake these in the oven at 300 degrees for about 30 minutes.