Peach recipe with 5 ingredients
- First, soak the cedar planks in water for 20 minutes beforehand and…
- Then make sure you don’t put the planks directly over the flame. Cook with indirect heat.
Where can I find cedar planks?
- PALEO SWAP: If you are eating dairy-free, switching to coconut ice cream will make this dessert paleo.
- LOW-CARB SWAP: Swapping the honey with low-carb Lankanto Maple-flavored Sugar-free syrup will keep this a lower carb dessert and keep you in ketosis.
- LOW-CALORIE SWAP: To make this a low-calorie dessert, replace the mascarpone with classic Cool Whip.
Cedar Plank Peaches with Mascarpone, Pistachios, and Honey are a delicious treat with a sweet woodsy flavor.
When you top your planked peaches with a mixture of creamy mascarpone, sweet honey, and crunchy chopped pistachios you’re in for a real treat.
You’ll be ecstatic to serve cedar-planked peaches to your guests.
- 4 peaches, halved and pits removed
- 2 cedar planks (soaked)
- 1/2 cup (approximately 4 oz) mascarpone cheese
- ¼ cup honey
- ½ cup chopped pistachios
- 1 tbsp ground cinnamon
Soak the cedar planks for 10 minutes before using.
Halve the peaches and remove their seeds.
Put 4 peach halves on each cedar plank and smoke for 30 minutes.
When I make cedar plank smoked peaches I set my pellet smoker to the temperature of 250 degrees (f).
Remove the peaches from the smoker and place on separate dessert plates for serving.
Add one tbsp mascarpone, a drizzle of honey, 1 tbsp chopped pistachios and a sprinkle of ground cinnamon on top.
Prepare for dessert ecstacy!
- Easily switch out the peaches with other stone fruits such as nectarines, plums or apricots.
- Leftover smoked peaches can be used for the peach-poblano cornbread recipe right here on GrillGirl.com.
- Category: Dessert
- Method: Smoking, Plank Cooking
Keywords: smoking wood, peach, apple, plank cooking, plank, dessert recipe, smoked dessert
What is plank cooking?
Plank cooking is a cooking method where you heat your food on a wood plank, often made from cedar wood.
Planking allows you to retain moisture in your food, while imparting a subtle wood flavor from cedar or whatever wood is used for the plank.
You can cook almost anything on a plank, from fruit and vegetables, to fish, to pork, to desserts like this peach treat.
Plank cooking has been around for a long time and many cultures have their own methods of cooking food on a wooden plank.
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Leave me a comment below after you try making these planked peaches. I love hearing your feedback!
For more peach desserts you can cook outdoors, try this Tipsy Bourbon Peach Crisp in a Cast Iron Skillet.