Have you ever tried a grilled pie or a grilled peach? If not, you need to try these grilled peach pies. They have to be watched closely, but they are cooked in minutes! The pie crust has a slight little crunch and the peaches are warm, sweet, and slightly caramelized.
These pies aren't filled with a heavy pie filling. Instead, they are lightly sweetened with a glaze and packed full of the warmed grilled peach slices. They are meant to be the perfect summer pie. Something that can be easily thrown together, but still impress your guests.
Look at the grill marks on that peach sticking out. I love it. I added a cinnamon, powdered sugar and lemon juice glaze onto the peaches and gave it several brushes of the glaze. I thought the lemon juice would help keep the peach color vibrant too. We don't wan't brown grilled peaches, that just wouldn't us the summery feeling we're going for.
Ohhh and did I mention you don't have to start up your oven? You are welcome, friends!
Grilled Peach Pies
- 6 T . powdered sugar
- ¼ teaspoon . ground cinnamon
- 3 teaspoon . lemon juice
- 6 frozen peach slices
- 1 premade or homemade pie crust
- vegetable oil
- Add a large pile of charcoal into your grill. I have a tiny charcoal grill that's perfect for the 3 of us. Douse it with lighter fluid and light it up. Let your charcoal ash over before adding anything to the grate.
- In a small dish, add in the powdered sugar, cinnamon and lemon juice. Stir to combine.
- Add your frozen peaches to a plate. They don't need to be thawed. Brush one side of the peaches with the glaze.
- Before adding the glazed peaches on the grill, brush the grate with vegetable oil. This will help prevent the peaches from sticking.
- Place the glazed side of the peaches down onto the grate. Let cook until there are nice grill marks on it. It took about 4 minutes.
- Brush the rest of the peach with the glaze. Try to save about half of the glaze for later.
- Once the peaches have nice grill marks, flip and let cook for another 3 - 4 minutes. Be sure to glaze the top once more.
- Once the peaches have cooked, remove from the grill and set aside.
- Roll out the premade pie crust. Cut out 4 four inch circles in the pie crust. Add 1 and a half slices of peaches to the crust. You'll need to slice the whole one in half and line the 3 pieces up.
- Pour about ½ a teaspoon of the glaze on top of the peaches.
- Fold the crust over to make a little pocket and try to line the edges up. Use a fork and press the edges down to seal them.
- Place onto the grill and let grill for about 3 minutes or until golden brown. Be sure to check because your grill could be hotter or colder than mine. I don't want you to burn your precious pies.
- Flip the pies and grill on the other side for 3 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from the grill and serve!
(Nutrition facts are an estimate and not guaranteed to be accurate. Please see a registered dietitian for special diet advice.)
Do you love grilling? What is the best thing you've grilled?
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I have never ever heard of grilled pie! The char must make great texture and flavor. LOVE. I can never shove in enough peaches before the season ends.
Oh my gosh, Annie. These pies were amazing! The char did add great texture and flavor!!