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This burrata caprese salad features ripe peaches and heirloom tomatoes, creamy burrata cheese, and peppery fresh basil. It’s a little bit of heaven!

Peach & burrata caprese salad | peach burrata salad

“Do every act of your life as though it were the very last act of your life.” ~Marcus Aurelius

Are you like me, where you seem to be hurdled through your life at an incredible pace? Where even weekends and vacations can be a series of activities that leave you exhilarated but exhausted? It’s so easy to truck through life on autopilot, instead of stopping to savor the moment. Alex and I gave a little talk on mindful eating this weekend and it was a fitting reminder to ourselves to slow down and be mindfully present. And if there’s a place to be mindfully present, it’s with this peach and burrata caprese salad.

More with burrata? Try this Easy Burrata Platter.

Peach & burrata caprese salad | Where to buy burrata

How to make peach & burrata caprese salad

The elements in this peach & burrata caprese salad all work together to make magic. First, juicy, succulent ripe peaches and vibrant red, yellow and violet tomatoes that taste literally like summer. Then, burrata. The description on the container is: “fresh mozzarella cheese filled with shreds of mozzarella soaked in cream“. In my opinion, one of the best taste treats on the planet (we first had it here). Add some peppery garden basil and some crunchy, salty peanuts, and it’s one of those first bite “Whoa” moments.

While burrata is a bit on the pricey side, it’s worth it for a special splurge for this peach & burrata caprese salad. Serve it as an appetizer for a summer meal on the patio, or a simple main course with some crusty bread or crackers. And if your diet restricts dairy, the salad is fabulous without it; the combination of savory tomato + sweet peach is remarkable in itself. It takes a few minutes to put together, and without much effort looks completely artful on a plate.

Where to buy burrata cheese? Burrata cheese is becoming more readily available in grocery stores in the US. You can also check your local farmer’s market for artisan burrata cheese. Make sure to drain your burrata before using it in this peach burrata salad.

Related: Best Peach Recipes for Peach Season | Best Basil Recipes

Peach & burrata caprese salad | peach burrata salad

Ultra simple recipes that showcase the flavor of each component are my favorite, and this one hits the mark. I can rave on and on since it was the idea of my fabulous husband, who brought home a load of peaches. Me: “How about peach crisp, peach pie, peach ice cream?” Alex: “Peach, tomato, and burrata salad?” Me: “Sold.” Every bite was a reminder to slow down and savor the remaining bits of summer.

Peach & burrata caprese salad | peach burrata salad

Looking for peach recipes?

Peach recipes are what summer’s all about. Along with this peach & burrata caprese salad, here are a few of our favorite peach recipes:

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Looking for more basil recipes?

Outside of this burrata caprese salad, here are some of our favorite ways to use summer basil:

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This peach & burrata caprese salad is vegetarian and gluten-free.

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Burrata Caprese

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  • Author: a Couple Cooks
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 4 as an appetizer, 2 as a main 1x


This burrata caprese salad features ripe peaches and heirloom tomatoes, creamy burrata cheese, and peppery fresh basil. It’s a little bit of heaven!


  • 2 ripe peaches
  • 2 large ripe heirloom tomatoes
  • ½ cup multicolored cherry tomatoes
  • 2 4-ounce balls burrata cheese
  • 10 leaves basil
  • 2 tablespoons salted peanuts (crushed)
  • Kosher or sea salt


  1. Slice the peaches. Slice the tomatoes into wedges. Arrange the peaches and tomatoes on plates and sprinkle with kosher or sea salt.
  2. Tear the burrata cheese into pieces, taking care with the creamy filling. Arrange on top of the tomato slices, then top with torn basil leaves.
  3. Crush the peanuts (using a rolling pin) and sprinkle on top.


Make sure to store the peaches and tomatoes at room temperature, and that they are perfectly ripe when serving. Burrata is a little pricey, but completely worth the splurge for a special taste treat.

  • Category: Salad
  • Method: Raw
  • Cuisine: Italian

About the authors

Sonja & Alex

Hi, we’re Alex and Sonja Overhiser, married cookbook authors, food bloggers, and recipe developers. We founded A Couple Cooks to share fresh, seasonal recipes for memorable kitchen moments! Our recipes are made by two real people and work every time.

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  1. Anshu Sharma says:

    Love your vegetarian and healthy salad recipes
    Please do share more such on my email, I shall be grateful.
    Keep innovating and inventing new ways and make us enjoy a healthy lifestyle!
    Lots of love!

  2. Cricket says:

    I love this so much! It looks so fresh and delicious. I don’t think I would have ever pair tomatoes with peaches but now that I think of it they seem like such a great pair. Thanks!

  3. sacha says:

    the presentation as well as the flavor combination is just perfect and being a burrata lover i think this recipe is beautiful. thank you!! i’m in tuscany right now, and i will serve it on my dinner table.
    thank you

  4. Annette says:

    Made this for dinner last night. So easy, and so incredibly delicious. My store was out of burrata, so I used a soft mozzarella and it turned out fine. Went to store today , windowsill is currently lined with peaches so that I can make this again.

  5. Stace says:

    This was the perfect summer salad on a HOT day. Subbed macadamia nuts for peanuts since that’s what I had on hand! So refreshing and beautiful enjoyed on our deck with some Michigan sparkling wine .

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