47 Stone Fruit Recipes For A Yummy Summer

47 Stone Fruit Recipes For A Yummy Summer on @SpicieFoodie

Stone fruits are those with a fleshy outer part that surrounds a pit or stone. Plums, pluots, cherries, peaches, apricots, apriums, and nectarines are all stone fruit. To me nothing says summer like stone fruits. They are sweet, juicy, bright and delicious just like a hot and sunny summer afternoon.

Plums by @SpicieFoodie

Hubby and I have been gorging on stone fruits the last couple of days and now I want to make sure that you too enjoy the season to it’s fullest. Stone fruits are delicious on their own but they’re also great to cook with. Here’s 47 stone fruit recipes for you to choose from. Enjoy!

Stone Fruit Pit Vinegar, Stone Fruit Simple Syrup, Cherry Pit Glaze, Cherry Kernel Creme Anglaise from bon appetit | #stonefruit #plums #cherry

Stone Fruit Pit Vinegar, Stone Fruit Simple Syrup, Cherry Pit Glaze, Cherry Kernel Creme Anglaise from bon appetit


Twelve Stone Fruit Recipes by New York Times| #stonefruit #plums #cherry #nectarines #peaches

Twelve Stone Fruit Recipes by New York Times



Heirloom Tomato Salad w/ Nectarine & Proscuitto by Savour The Senses

Tomato, Stone Fruit and Fresh Mozzarella Salad by The Wall Street Journal

Nectarine Tomato Basil Salad With A Little Kick by Spicie Foodie

Stone Fruit and Burrata Salad Recipe by Vintage Mixer

Peach and Gorgonzola Crostini by Southern Boy Dishes

Grilled Apricot, Brie + Rosemarry Panini by Saffron Lane

Nectarine Goat Cheese Galette, Made with Olive Oil Pastry Dough by Spicie Foodie

Pan-Fried and Roasted Pork Chops with Apricot-Dijon Sauce by Kalyn’s Kitchen

Stone Fruit Salsa by Feeding My Sunshine

Cherry Barbecue Sauce by Prevention RD

Cherry Balsamic Barbecue Sauce by The Stay At Home Chef

Jalapeno Plum Sauce (use it on spring rolls or on meat) by Spicie Foodie


Vanilla Bean Crepes with Peaches and Cream by Cooking Classy

Quinoa porridge with plums in syrup by What Should I Eat For Breakfast Today

Upside Down Peach Crumble Pie by Rock Recipes

Buttery Apricot-Pluot Jam Cookies by Patty’s Food

Poppy Seed Plum Tarts, Czech Inspired by Spicie Foodie

Banana Apricot Bread with Apricot Pluot Jam by Patty’s Food

Honey Almond Panna Cotta with Lemon Thyme Peaches by From My Sweet Heart

Balsamic Cherry Pie with a Black Pepper Crust by Adventures in Cooking

Petite Whole Wheat Plum Cakes by Passionate About Baking

Aprium Butter by The Innkeeper’s Daughter

Spicy Aprium Orange Marmalade by I Like This


Rosemary Poached Stone Fruit and Ginger Ice Cream by eCurry

Aprium Sherbert by Cafe Johnsonia

Peaches and cream popsicles by Skinny Taste

Plum Granita with 3 types of Plums (Vegan Treat) by Spicie Foodie

Peach Lemonade by Mirch Masala

Cherry Lemonade by Healthy Dessert Ideas

Fruit Sangria (non-alcoholic with alcohol option) by Spicie Foodie

Plum-Basil Gin Fizz by Saveur

Hope you’re all having a great week and summer!


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  1. says

    Jalapeno Plum Sauce! That is for me!

    Thanks so much for including mine. This is a beautiful season to enjoy the bounty.

  2. says

    Hi Nancy, thanks so much for including my crostini recipe! What a great collection of summer treats. Always such a pleasure coming to your blog!!

  3. says

    Oh Nancy, thank you so much for the links…they sure come very handy now.
    Beautiful pictures…hope you are having a great week :D

  4. says

    OMG I love this post. I’ve been eating so e sort of stone fruit daily and love cooking with them. Such wo deregulation recipes and your photos – stunning! Wow you really know how to make me depressed with your beautiful photos. I have so much to learn.

  5. says

    A wonderful selection of recipes! Stone fruits are marvelous. My personal favorite are plums/prunes and apricots.



  6. says

    WOW! What a collection of recipes and gorgeous pictures! I just don’t know where to start. I’ve seen some of these but you are tempting me with so many, many more! Thank you!!!! :)

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