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How to Make the Best Grilled Fruit

Learn how to make the best grilled fruit with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

While steak or bacon cheeseburgers might be the main course, there’s still room for grilled fruit and vegetables. There are plenty of delicious, healthy fruits and veggies to choose from when it comes to grilling. All you need are the right grill accessories and a little know-how to make your favorite grilled fruit. Blain’s Farm & Fleet is here to get you started.

How to Make the Best Grilled Fruit
Switch up the grill menu with grilled fruit. Blain’s Farm & Fleet shows you a few ways to grill fruit for your next tailgate or cookout.

What You’ll Need

Besides the fruit of your choice, there are a few things you’ll need to start grilling. Whichever way you choose, just make sure to follow our grill safety tips.

Grill Basket – Using a grill basket is the easiest way to cook smaller pieces of fruit. Simply throw in the fruit and grill away.

Skewers – If you want to make fruit kebobs, you can use skewers. This works best for large chunks of fruit, like pineapple and strawberries.

Gas or Charcoal Grill – Obviously you need a grill. Some pieces of fruit can be cut large enough to simply grill right on the grill grates.

Grilled Fruit Recipes

To get you started, we’ve compiled some great grilled fruit recipes for you to try on your own grill.

Grilled Pineapple with Cinnamon Honey Drizzle – The recipe from Wine and Glue is super easy to make. The large pineapple chunks can go directly on the grill. Once they’re cooked, drizzle on cinnamon honey and serve.

Grilled Peaches and Cherries with Cinnamon Honey Syrup – The recipe from Home Cooked Memories combines the tart taste of cherries and sweet peaches for the perfect grilled treat. Serve the fruit over ice cream for a great dessert.

Grilled Watermelon with Blue Cheese and Prosciutto – The recipe from My Recipes features large chunks of watermelon topped with blue cheese, salt, prosciutto and more. It’s the perfect grilled snack for any tailgate or backyard cookout.

Grilled Fruit Skewers with Spicy Maple Cumin Glaze – This spicy recipe from Epicurious goes great with grilled chicken. Simply mix up the glaze, toss in the fruit, throw them on the skewers and grill for a little over a minute.

Cooking on the grill means the start of summer. For more tips and grill recipes, visit our Grilling & Patio blog.


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