Peach Caprese Skewers + Balsamic Vinegar

Peach Caprese Skewers with Balsamic Vinegar Reduction www.abeautifulmess.comI love caprese salad. What's not to love! Cheese, fresh tomatoes and basil and balsamic vinegar reduction is the perfect combination. Add some seasonal fruit and now you're ready to party. 🙂

Peach Caprese Skewers with Balsamic Vinegar Reduction  For the skewers you will need: cherry tomatoes, fresh mozzarella balls, a couple of ripe peaches and fresh basil. On a tooth pick or skewer layer the tomatoes, mozzarella, basil leaves (stems removed) and sliced peaches.

A Colorful Summertime Back Porch Party To make balsamic vinegar reduction all you need is twice as much balsamic vinegar as you need dipping sauce. In a small pot bring the balsamic vinegar to a boil. Reduce to a simmer and allow to cook until reduced, about 12 minutes. Allow to cool and serve along side the skewers for a flavorful sauce option.
Peach Caprese Skewers with Balsamic Vinegar Reduction Enjoy! xo. Emma

Photos by Ryan Strong. See more photos from our back porch party here.

  • I’ve never thought of using peach in this way! So creative.

  • Thanks for sharing, this looks amazingly tasty, and super cute all in one! 🙂

  • Delicious! And so easy to make, too. Thanks for sharing, Emma 🙂

  • this looks so yummy. I’ve never tried balsamic reduction – but it’s the perfect time as the tomatoes in our garden are almost ripe…!

  • I featured caprese bites on my blog today! What a happy coincidence. 🙂


  • Oh yum! So going to add some fruit to my caprese next time! Lov e it!

    Juliette Laura

  • Such beautiful photographs and those skewers look so tasty. Would never of thought of that combo – now I can’t wait to try it! Thanks Emma 🙂

  • I’ve never thought of pairing fruit with mozzarella but I’m kind of loving the idea. These look divine and I’m trying them ASAP.

  • This look so delicious! I can’t wait to try it.


  • YUM!! I’ve never thought to pair fruit with a caprese salad. Looks great!!

  • What lens have you been using for these photos, they’re great!

  • Everything looks so tasty!!!! Good work!

  • With this great recipe caprese would even taste very good in Bavaria 🙂

    xx from Bavaria, Rena

  • I’ve been so excited to read about this recipe since I saw it in your party post. I never would have thought to add peaches to this mix!! Yummmmmy!


  • Mmm caprese salad is delicious! I would never have thought to add peaches to it!

  • These look delicious and so perfect for summer- I love that you skewered them!

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  • MMM perfect bbq treat!

  • emma, i love your take on a classic!

  • I’m definetly gonna make these. I would have nover got to this mixing of ingredents, but it looks really tasty.
    Now I’m hungry and gonna go eat some homemade, gluten-free pizza. {yikes!}

    Good job, Emma.

    Greetings, Lorelei.

  • looks so yummy..very colorful and nice photography..

  • Looks good! Also, looks like you guys had a fabulous party! 🙂

  • oh yum! those look so good.

  • Yummy! Fun twist on a classic.

    <3 dani

  • Your photos are always the best! They’re so nice to look at. Thanks for this yummy and healthy recipe guys!

  • These look delicious. There’s nothing better than cheese, tomato and balsamic vinegar, yum!

  • What a great idea adding the peaches! I have a fruity balsamic vinegar that would good great with this. Mouth watering already.

  • GREAT idea ! can’t wait to try it…

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  • My god this looks amazing! caprese salad is definitely my favorite!

  • The look great! I have made the same but with fresh pineapple instead of peaches and they were a hit. I will have to try serving the balsamic reduction with them next time.

  • Those look perfectly delicious, and simple to make for a little get together.

  • Yummy! This looks delicious and healthy as well!


    Birdy and Bambi

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