07.30.2014

Peach & Proscuitto Canapes

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I love Summer for so many reasons (I think I’ve listed them at least 5 times here). But one of the reasons not listed: it’s peach season! I LOVE all things peaches…I think I’d even go so far as to say they’re my favorite food (besides french fries, of course. Slightly healthier indulgence, right?) So we got a little creative with our use of peaches recently. Since Shannon has a sweet tooth and I have a salty tooth (??), we combined the two and created our homemade version of Cooking Light’s Peach & Proscuitto Canepes (or, as I like to call them, bruschetta). They were the perfect size, and the ideal combination of salty (who doesn’t love proscuitto??) and sweet from the peaches. Plus, this cream cheese spread is low cal AND tasty. This has definitely topped the list of party appetizers, especially during the summer, although canned peaches could definitely be used as well!

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Comments

  1. Annette Roberts says:

    Sounds fabulous……easy and so fresh tasting !!!!

  2. i am not sure how i wasn’t following your blog earlier since i am just in love with all things on your instagram!

    i love melon + proscuitto but have never tried it with peaches, i am sure it is fabulous.

    i adore your reasoning for loving summer 🙂 i totally get it, though i am more of a nectarine fan myself (don’t love the fuzzies). i literally keep having to go to the grocery to get more because i have been eating them like they’re my job!!

    xo mk
    http://www.goldhattedlover.com

    • Shannon&Allison says:

      You’re so sweet! It’s crazy how many connections can be made in the blog world over instagram! And the feelings are definitely mutual! You MUST try it with nectarines… I imagine it may taste very similar 🙂