6 Reviews

These were very good, but not absolutely fantastic. They definitely do need more peaches and a cinnamon strussel topping would be a great addition. I'm not sure if I'll make these again. They weren't bad, but I think I'll keep looking as far as peach muffin recipes go.

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KatyaKatya123 May 07, 2006

Very nice recipe! I used 1 and a half cups of peaches, and sprinkled the tops with cinnamon sugar .. thanks!

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najwa September 05, 2005

These are very easy to make but on the bland side. Nest time I'll add a cinnamon streusel topping. Also don't try to use paper muffin cups. They stick and it's hard to get the paper off without pulling the muffin apart.

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Marie Rohrer July 21, 2004

This was my first muffin recipe that i had ever made and now i am sure i will be making it every year when the peaches re ripe for the rest of my life! Thank you so much for the recipe!

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BestTeenChef December 30, 2005

My family adored these muffins. Since they use shortening and such a small amount of cinnamon, I was afraid they might be bland. I was pleasantly surprised to find them very moist and enjoyable. The flavor of the muffins really complimented the fresh peaches. I think the key to this being a great muffin is having great peaches to work with. The only think I plan on doing differently next time is mixing the cinnamon with the flour rather than the wet ingredients since I had trouble with it clumping together.

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Marg (CaymanDesigns) August 29, 2005

This was very easy to mix by hand. I did not make any changes. Made 12 muffins, if you made only 4 I think you'd need to use mini loaf pans.

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Charlotte J August 19, 2002
Fresh Peach Muffins