24 Reviews

this was fabulous! excellent flavor, so quick and easy. I overheard my DD telling her friend how much she loved it!! wooo-hoooo we impressed the teenager!

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Lightly Toasted December 04, 2003

I made this with milk and canned peaches. I also had to cook this a good 10 minutes longer to get it browned on top. We were not fond of it, it was just OK. Not a keeper for me.

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Strawberry Lemonade December 11, 2003

A hearty breakfast. I used 1 1/2 cups canned peaches, chopped, drained and it wasn't too much. Also used large flake oats. I let mine bake about 10 minutes longer before I started seeing a golden brown topping. Both DH and I really enjoyed this! It is a keeper.

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woodland hues November 25, 2003

This was great! I didn't read far enough ahead into the directions before I started the recipe, so I didn't see that it needed to sit for at least 3 hours. I put it in the oven right away and it turned out perfect. I used 3 fresh peaches and 1 tbsp veg oil instead of margarine.

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mommymakeit4u February 11, 2012

Delicious, Made this for breakfast this morning for guest. Everyone liked it. Followed the directions to a T. Served it with fat free half & half. Best to serve right out of the oven. Kree, the recipe is a keeper.

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Barb Gertz September 12, 2003

Wow! So easy and sooooo delicious! I (by mistake) added the vanilla milk to the mix before refrigerating and it was still heavenly! For personal preference, I added a bit more salt, some chopped pecans. And a light drizzle of heavy cream right out of the oven to top it off. Mine took a total of 45 minutes to bake. I will definitely be making this again and again!

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2Bleu July 16, 2014

We love this recipe! We use almond milk. And we've used blueberries, strawberries, mango, apple and probably some others in place of the peaches and it's still good. I like to add nuts for protein.

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jcrozier April 06, 2014

This is a great, easy breakfast. I mix it up on Sunday night, bake it while I'm getting ready for work on Monday and I have breakfast for the week. I use more peaches than the recipe calls for with wonderful results.

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jpamelaj December 15, 2013

awesome. Made some changes...used whole milk as a treat. Used apple sauce instead of butter/margaine..1/4 tsp cinnamon more we like cinnamon. I did have to bake mine almost 50 mins. It was very wet when mixing and was worried I screwed up. I used two fresh peaches which gave me about 1 1/2 cps. I also had 1/4 c fresh blue berries I threw in to use... made this with all intentions of packing for my husband breakfast/break for work today.. last night it came out of oven and we needed to try...did put half and half on husbands and a drop of whole milk on mine. I wondered why ?/ this sounded weird but do it...was great and a keeper and will use fresh blue berries instead of peaches when they are back in season. even posted pictures this time

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kayleekyle September 20, 2013

We love this! It is our go to baked oatmeal recipe. Have made it several times. Leftovers reheat great for those "take to work" breakfasts.

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MikeWyf January 25, 2011
Baked Peach Oatmeal