Strawberry-Peach Salsa Recipe


Made with fresh fruit, this Strawberry-Peach Salsa recipe makes good use of in-season produce and adds an unexpected sweetness to meals.

By Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer

Summer is a wonderful tine to enjoy fresh salsa. It’s so flavorful and delicious! Plus, it’s easy to make.

However, you may want a change from tomato-based salsas. (I’m sure that’s mortifying to some die-hard salsa fans!) If so, this fruit-based salsa will be a welcome change.

Made with fresh peaches and strawberries, it makes good use of in-season produce and adds an unexpected sweetness to meals.

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To make this Strawberry-Peach salsa quickly, you will need a food processor. The wonderful thing about using a food processor to make salsa is that the fruit and vegetables need only to be roughly chopped. The strawberries can even be thrown in whole.

A high-powered blender will also work.

The salsa can also be made by hand, it just requires a little more chopping. Further instructions are given below.

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Strawberry-Peach Salsa Recipe
Makes 2½-3 cups.
Recipe type: Appetizer
Serves: 2.5-3 cups
  • 1 cup peaches (about 2 peaches, roughly chopped)
  • 2 cups strawberries, stems removed
  • ⅓ of a medium green pepper, chopped into large chunks
  • ½ small onion, chopped (white or red onion will work. Red onion provides a stronger flavor)
  • 2 teaspoons honey
  • ½ - 1 jalapeño pepper (or more, depending on how hot you like your salsa)
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 2 teaspoons olive oil or avocado oil
  1. Place all ingredients in a food processor.
  2. Close lid and pulse 5 to 10 times. The magic number for me is usually 8.
To make salsa by hand: chop the strawberries, peaches, and green pepper into bite-sized chunks and mince the onion and jalapeño pepper. Then gently stir in the honey, oil, and lemon.

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This Strawberry-Peach salsa pairs well with grilled chicken.

It is also delicious poured over cream cheese and used a a dip with crackers or chips.

Find more strawberry recipes here.

Made with fresh fruit, this Strawberry-Peach Salsa recipe makes good use of in-season produce and adds an unexpected sweetness to meals.

Have you ever made salsa with fruit? If so, what is your favorite fruit to include in salsa?

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About Stacy Karen

Stacy, a homeschooling Mom of three, enjoys healthy, natural living and is a make-it-from-scratch maniac. She strives to encourage women to find peace and joy at home through her blog, A Delightful Home, where she shares tips and tricks for creating a happy home (and life) with God at its center.

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  1. This recipe looks delicious! I love the idea of combining fruit with jalepenos. I think it would be good with lime juice, as well. Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. This recipe is not only beautiful but it looks absolutely yummy! I came across your blog while researching summer recipes for the summer issue of our online Christian women’s magazine, Ruby for Women. I would like to link back to this recipe and to your blog as I know many of our readers would love to discover your inspirational, family-focused articles. May I include one picture of this recipe, along with a link back here, in the summer issue of our magazine, please? You can see the spring issue on our website at I look forward to hearing from you soon! Thanks so much, Nina Newton, Sr. Editor, Ruby for Women

  3. Yes! I love fruit salsas – the mix of spicy and sweet does it for me. :) I do a mango & habanero salsa that is VERY popular around my house!


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