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Peach Caprese salad with avocado

Peach Caprese Salad That Will Remind You Of Summer With Every Bite!

Nothing says summer like a peach!
Well, it can't talk, but it sure is sweet and that is what summer is, sweet!
Fresh, fleshy peaches with juicy bites are tantalizing and addictive, one might say!
Summer is the season of the peach and you definitely want to at least garnish a dish with one daily!
If you prefer plated salads, peach Caprese salad is sure to satisfy.
Simple ingredients, combine and burst with flavor.
Definitely a salad that every novice to pro can prepare and each will turn out delicious and different.
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Course: Recipes
Cuisine: salads
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1 serving
Calories: 1073kcal
Author: dana vento


  • 1 Ripe Peach rinsed and cubed without Pit!
  • Avocado - washed rinsed sins pit, scooped then cubed.
  • 8-9 Fresh Mozzarella pearls or balls split in half.
  • A Tablespoon of Balsamic Glaze. I used Strawberry glaze
  • 7 Cherry Tomatoes washed, dried


  • ON a plate, start by placing peach cubes.
    Fresh Peaches in Balsamic Dressing
  • Next, in a different section of the plate, place grape tomatoes.
  • Follow with chunks of avocado.
  • Then, add fresh mozzarella.
  • Drizzle all with balsamic dressing
  • Optional - a chunk of bread to clean the plate!
  • Serve and enjoy!


You are going to need peaches. 
Let them ripen. 
Make sure there are no blemishes on them because that's not what you want for this recipe. 
Blemished peaches can be used in baked goods as they bake down and change the texture. 
Here, you will want, a blemish-free, unbruised peach. 
Rinse it. 
Pat it dry. 
Slice the peaches it into large wedges, then chunk it into bite-size pieces. 
Make sure to nibble along the way, you can always cut a second peach if you run out, just saying. 
Don't ReInvent The Wheel- Make It Easy
Homemade Balsamic glaze is easy to make, albeit a tad time-consuming. 
However, I love making my own, and I make it and store it. 
You can too. 
That said, there is also NO reason you have to make Balsamic glaze
In fact, balsamic glaze is readily available in most grocery stores and big-box retailers. 
If you can find a balsamic glaze you like there, go to Amazon for Balsamic Glaze
There are a lot of different 'flavors' of balsamic glaze, use one that would taste good against a peach. 
From Strawberry balsamic glaze to blueberry balsamic glaze it's all good. 
Use leftover glaze on chicken, and seafood after grilling, you'll love it.


Serving: 1g | Calories: 1073kcal | Carbohydrates: 53g | Protein: 53g | Fat: 76g | Saturated Fat: 32g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 39g | Cholesterol: 164mg | Sodium: 1325mg | Fiber: 18g | Sugar: 30g
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