14 Reviews

Chef Kate is right...this is a "10 star" recipe, especially with peaches fresh from the tree and served with vanilla frozen yogurt. Ellie Krieger has a similar recipe using cherries instead of blueberries.

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FLKeysJen April 13, 2009

This recipe was recommended by Chef #174096. I served it atop Praline Biscuits for a wonderful brunch item. The two recipes work wonderfully well together. Thanks for sharing!

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2Bleu March 10, 2009

I just "lifted" the blueberry portion of this recipe because I wanted a blueberry sauce to pour over a store bought cake. This was easy and oh so delish-i-ous. I am thinking, next time I will grill some peaches and pour this blueberry sauce over.

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threeovens January 21, 2009

Great idea with the balsamic!

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Ethan Barrow September 20, 2008

Amazing! I love the combination of fruit and balsamic vinegar, and this is a real winner! I used a little less sugar, and it was perfect. Served it at the end of a large meal, so this actually fed 8 people for me. I added a little dollop of whipped cream on the side- excellent. Thanks for this keeper... I'll be using it a lot while blueberries are in season.

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Starrynews July 18, 2008

This was wonderful! The sweetness of the balsamic vinegar and the bite of the black pepper added "oomph" to the dish. Plus this looks beautiful...just an added star. Thanks for sharing. Will make again soon. Made for ZWT4.

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mary winecoff July 07, 2008

Excellent way to dress up berries. I made this as one of the desserts I took to a dinner party last night. I used a raspberry infused balsamic vinegar and added some fresh strawberries. Topped it with the whipped cream from another dessert recipe that was sweetened with maple syrup and flavored with almond extract. Since I was serving this mostly to children, I skipped the pepper. Excellent dessert.

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Kitchen Witch Steph July 06, 2008

So simple in its construction and divine in flavors, this is one you are left wondering "why didn't I think of that?" I love the sharp contrast of fruit with balsamic and often enjoy it with strawberries or oranges. I am planning to make this as an elegant dessert for a BBQ grilling the peach halves and pouring the blueberries and sauce on top. Yummy!

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justcallmetoni June 30, 2008

DIVINE! Needed a last minute low cal dessert, and this fit the bill. I used a mix of frozen fruit that I had, and picked out the mangos to make the sauce with. I can't wait to try this with other fruit combinations, and try it as an ice cream topping. Thank you for posting!

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charps July 22, 2011

Very easy and great mix of flavor. I enjoyed it alot. Thanks. Made for ZWT#7 by a Food.Commando.

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Sharon123 June 25, 2011
Balsamic Blueberries and Peaches