Corn, Peach & Basil Burrata Salad

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This Corn, Basil, and Peach Burrata Salad is light and summery. This might be the freshest appetizer ever! Serve with crackers.

Peach Basil Burrata Salad

I’m not quite sure I’ve ever been so obsessed with an appetizer before this Burrata Salad.

What is Burrata?

Burrata is a relatively new cheese on the scene (like it kind of took off in the last two years or so) and I am not mad about it. For those of you living under a rock, burrata cheese is fresh mozzarella filled with cream. It is glorious and creamy and addicting and I love it almost more than my kids. A lot of people go the caprese route when it comes to Burrata because it’s a classic, but after taking a quick stroll through a nearby farmer’s market this weekend and buying all the summer produce I could hold, the wheels in my mind started turning (as they tend to do) and this is what I came up with and ate for dinner on Sunday.

Fresh, and summery corn, basil, and peach salad generously spooned over a ball of burrata cheese. Actually two balls of burrata cheese (but I only ate one).

Peach and basil is a great combination, as is corn and basil, so I put two and two together and called it a day. Grab a few chips or crackers and that’s that.

This recipe is really quite straightforward: cut the corn off the cob, dice the peaches, chop the basil, make the salad and spoon it over the fresh cheese. Not rocket science.

But the most important thing to note about this recipe is to use the freshest, sweetest corn and peaches you can find. Since there are so few ingredients in this recipe, it is so important that what you use is good. Shouldn’t be too hard to find or too expensive either, since peaches and corn are in season and produce in season typically runs cheaper than the produce that isn’t.

The burrata cheese I used is from Trader Joe’s because all their cheese is moderately priced and I live close to several. In one of TJ’s containers, you get two medium sized balls instead of just one large one, which I like for an appetizer. But, I’m not *that* picky when push comes to shove. I’d eat it either way.

Anyways, save, pin, print and make this immediately. It is so so worth it! Recipe card at the bottom of the post.

Have a great day, friends!

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4.93 from 14 votes

Corn, Basil, and Peach Burrata Salad

This Corn, Basil, and Peach Burrata Salad is light and summery. This might be the freshest appetizer ever! Serve with crackers.
servings 4
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 2 ripe peaches
  • 2 ear sweet corn
  • 12 leaves fresh basil
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • salt & pepper to taste
  • 1 lb. burrata cheese drained and patted dry
  • crackers chips or baguette for serving
  • lemon juice optional, see notes


  • Dice fresh peaches and cut kernels off fresh corn and add to a small bowl.
  • Stack and roll fresh basil leaves and julienne, creating ribbons. Add to bowl. 
  • Pour in olive oil, salt, and pepper and stir to coat.
  • Place burrata onto serving platter and top with salad. Garnish with more basil, salt, and coarsely ground pepper. Serve with crackers, chips or baguette.


If you are making and serving this immediately, the lemon juice won't be needed. But if you wanted to make this in advance, toss the diced peaches in a little lemon juice to prevent browning.


Calories: 417kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Protein: 21g | Fat: 36g | Saturated Fat: 16g | Cholesterol: 80mg | Potassium: 239mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 8g | Vitamin A: 1220IU | Vitamin C: 7.6mg | Calcium: 606mg | Iron: 0.4mg
Course: Appetizer, Salad
Cuisine: American
Keyword: corn basil peach burrata
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32 Responses
  1. Wer ruft an

    5 stars
    Hello, I did it on Saturday for a party with friends. It was one thing that disappeared from the table and not a single piece! Something fabulous! Heaven in mouth. Thank you for the recipe and I recommend it!

  2. Brenda Beeler

    I just have to let you know this is the best appetizer ever. Every time I make it and take it somewhere, I get asked for the recipe. I just send them the link. This is so delicious and never gets old!

  3. Amanda Elliott

    4 stars
    This looks incredibly vibrant and fresh, I will HAVE to make this as soon as possible! Definitely something I will need to make before the end of summer weather! Love it!

    1. Jill

      5 stars
      Made this several times and it is always a hit!
      Q- I’ve been getting the small burrata balls from Trader Joe’s (2packs of 2 to get the lb.)— do
      You ever “break” them first and toss in or leave them all whole? I feel like w are always resistant to do that but it gets so much better when they get mixed in and are creamy 🙂

  4. Mary Ellen Dvorak

    This looks like my version of heaven. Corn, peaches and my favorite Italian cheese, burrata all together? Yes this is my heaven. Would love to eat this during a girls weekend while drinking some lovely wine!

  5. Courtney

    This looks absolutely refreshing and delicious. I’m hoping to try this with all my fresh corn very soon. I just love your recipes, they’re always delicious.

  6. Brenda Beeler

    I needed a quick appetizer to take to a gathering a couple of weeks ago and remembered this. I had pinned it. It was a huge hit!! Everyone asked for the recipe! It is so delicious and so quick to put together.

  7. Marilyn Brennan

    Well, who would have thought…? That’s what you do; you get unusual ideas because that’s the way your mind works. Thank you! Looks luscious.

  8. Francine

    Oh boy since you mentioned this recipe a few days ago I have been “anxiously” awaiting its arrival! Can’t wait to make it!!!! Thank you!

  9. susan rolak

    This sounds perfect for a summer treat. I didn’t see that you cook the corn. Am I correct in assuming that the corn is raw?