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It’s a summer pizza kind of Thursday! YES.

Peach Burrata Pizza with Honey Balsamic | @hbharvest

Do you guys ever have weeks where all you really want to make is pizza? I feel like I’ve been making at least a pizza a week since June, and I cannot lie, it’s been amazing. I have done so many yummy combos, but today’s Peach Burrata Pizza with Honey Balsamic has got to be one of my favorites of the summer.

I mean, peaches + burrata + honey balsamic?!? Yes, please!

Peach Burrata Pizza with Honey Balsamic | @hbharvest

So you guys! Serious talk.

I think that I need to go to Italy, and while there, I need to eat all the pizza, pasta and burrata I can get my hands on because I’ve been obsessed with them lately! Like I cannot get enough, it’s all I want to cook, eat and photograph. Have you noticed? Plus, this time next week I will hopefully be winding down from a big week of video shoots. I should also be off cookbook duty, at least for a little while (turning first draft of manuscript in on Sunday!). This means I can maybe, just maybe, have a day to like chill the heck out.

What do you think? On my chill day should I plan a trip to Italy? Yeah, I’m thinking that’s a little ambitious for me right now. I should probably just get a head start on planning Asher’s Birthday trip to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, but Italy soonish! Maybe I can get my Nonnie to go with me next summer or something. Who knows, but until then I’ll just keep making pizzas with all the burrata I can find.

OH, but I gotta know, any of you guys that have traveled to Italy, where should I go? What should I EAT? Please tell me, I am so curious!!

Peach Burrata Pizza with Honey Balsamic | @hbharvest

OK, but let’s chat about this here pizza.

It’s kind of perfection in my eyes, seeing as it literally has all of my very favorites. I’m talking, basil, peaches, blue cheese, burrata cheese, salami and balsamic. Yum and YUM!

Here’s what you need to know about this pizza.

…it is super easy and fast to make. Pizza dinner in under thirty minutes. Score!

…while I love blue cheese, and think it pairs so incredibly well with peaches, I do fully understand that not everyone is into it. If this is the case for you, you can use goat cheese, or just add a little extra burrata to your pizza.

…I used fresh, ripe peaches, but any stone fruit would be amazing… nectarines, cherries, plums or maybe even a combo! 🙂

…for my meat, I went with salami. I adore it paired with the peaches and burrata. You could also use prosciutto or simply omit the meat to make the pizza vegetarian.

As you can see, it’s a very easy pizza to adapt…but I gotta say, I love this pizza just the way I am telling you to make it. Be a little adventurous, give blue cheese another try, load on the yummy salami, and then even more burrata, and let’s all eat pizza!!

I mean, OK if you insist.

Peach Burrata Pizza with Honey Balsamic | @hbharvest

PS. Thanks to everyone for all of your kind comments on Tuesday’s post! If you have yet to check out Tuesday’s post, please do it now! There’s a giveaway happening, and um…breakfast popsicles! For real.

Peach Burrata Pizza with Honey Balsamic | @hbharvest

Peach and Burrata Pizza with Honey Balsamic.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings: 4 Servings
Calories Per Serving: 789 kcal

Nutritional information is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.


  • 1/2 pound homemade or store-bought pizza dough
  • 3-5 tablespoons basil pesto
  • 4 ounces blue cheese crumbled
  • 3-4 ripe peaches thinly sliced
  • 1 cup fresh basil leaves torn
  • 8 ounces burrata cheese
  • olive oil for drizzling
  • sea salt + pepper to taste
  • handful of Italian microgreens

Honey Balsamic


  • Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F. Grease a large baking sheet with olive oil.
  • On a lightly floured surface, push/roll the dough out until until it is pretty thin (about a 10-12 inch circle). Transfer the dough to the prepared baking sheet. Spread the dough with pesto and top with blue cheese. Add the sliced peaches and about half of the basil. Drizzle the pizza lightly with olive oil, salt and pepper.
  • Place in the oven and bake for 10-15 minutes or until the crust is golden, the cheese has melted and the peaches have caramelized. Remove from the oven and top with salami and burrata. Allow the burrata to sit on the pizza and warm through, about 5 minutes. Sprinkle on the remaining basil, and drizzle the pizza with the honey balsamic (see below). if desired add a handful of microgreens. Slice and eat!

Honey Balsamic

  • Combine all ingredients together in a bowl and whisk until smooth. Serve, drizzled over the pizza.
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Peach Burrata Pizza with Honey Balsamic | @hbharvest

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  1. During the summer I want to add stone fruit to EVERYTHING, so I totally love this pizza. Must make this weekend – thanks for the inspiration Tieghan!

  2. OMG This looks amazing! (And easily vegetarian!) I’ve been love love loving peaches + almond butter on toast lately. I love the idea of peaches on pizza!

  3. I don’t usually like fruit on my pizza either, but I’m going to give it a try. I think the savory and the sweet from the peach might be a fun change. Your photography is stunning and makes everything look delicious!

  4. Nothing like grilled peaches in the summer. I enjoy making summer salads on Naan Flatbread right on the grill drizzled with some balsamic. Your version looks quite tasty.

  5. This pizza looks amazing! Oh in Italy there are so many amazing dishes besides those that tourists normally go after the first like pizza or spaghetti bolognese! My husband is Italian so whenever we go to Italy of course we eat a lot of cheese and prosciutto, pasta like spaghetti con le vongole (pasta with clams, one of my favorite!), simple penne with tomatoes and basil, melanzana parmigiana (eggplant dish with tomato sauce and lots of mozzarella), filled artichokes, ossobuco (cross-cut veal shanks braised with vegetables, white wine …), vitello tonnato (cold, sliced veal covered with a creamy, mayonnaise-like sauce), lots of fresh fish etc… The food is just amazing in Italy and I always come back home 2-3 kg heavier uuups! 😀

    1. OH MY GOSH! Those all sound so freaking good! I need it all! Sounds like I must go!
      Thanks a ton Lili!

  6. One of my favourite Summer salads contains peach and burrata so this pizza sounds like heaven to me! Can’t wait to make it!

  7. Italy is one amazing country – I’m not sure you could go wrong with any destination, especially when it comes to food! Spending a few days in Florence soaking in the art and then visiting a few smaller and less touristy places would be amazing, but visiting Rome would be equally as great, though possibly a bit less relaxing, since the city can feel a little overwhelming at first. I have had the best ice cream of my life in Rome, though, so that alone would be a reason for me to visit! 😉 I haven’t been to Naples and the Amalfi Coast yet, but it’s the birthplace of pizza and I’ve heard people say that no pizza compares afterwards – maybe that could be too dangerous? 😉
    Anyway, I don’t think you could go wrong! By the way, I also definitely don’t mind all the pizza and burrata goodness on your blog lately – I mean, you can never have too much pizza and burrata, right?

    1. Hey Melanie!! Oh my gosh!! I totally need to go to Italy!! Thank you so much for all these great suggestions, I am so excited!! I mean ice cream in Rome and pizza in Naples!?!? yES!!!! ?? happy Friday!!

  8. Yes go to Italy! You should go to Lake Como. By far the most beautiful place I have EVER been. And also Verona. It is the most picture perfect little city, exactly what you picture Italy to be like. Our first night eating dinner there, a guy stood up at his table and started singing opera for all the other customers. Not even kidding. It was so crazy and amazing. Ok, now I want to go back. Coming on your trip with you 🙂

  9. I bought a box of peaches on Saturday and they are ready to eat so now I have the first recipe to make with them.

  10. I loove pizza and make it quite often but not sure about the peaches there, however, looking at your pictures I guess I would eat anything! As for the trip to Italy, I’ve been to a few places but I think wherever you go you will love it! Never been to Tuscany but every time I see pictures I just wanna go! But the Emilia Romagna region is a must – it is home of prosciutto, parmesan cheese and balsamic vinegar! They say there is the best food also! Been to Bologna (the capital of this region) and the pasta dishes were amazing!

    1. I hope you like it!! For sure A bit weird, but I promise its good! I think that I will love it no matter what as well! Sounds like theres a few places I need to make it to!!

  11. This looks so good and the crust looks even better. What a beautiful pizza! If pizzas can be called beautiful lol.

  12. Yes!!! Peaches and pizza are such an unassuming, and yet completely BRILLIANT, combo! I feel like I could eat this entire thing, ah, and all that burrata!!!

    1. I love stone fruit on pizza with cheese – my husband doesn’t, however.
      Just replace HIS pizza with Heriloom tomatoes instead – that’s what I will do.