22 Reviews

First attempt with peaches was an outstanding success. I prefered to chunk my peaches and made 15 smaller muffins. With the smaller muffins I needed to reduce baking time by 5 minutes. Thanks for a tasty recipe.

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Janay August 31, 2007

These muffins came out very tasty. I did chop up the fruit and mixed it in, and I had no problems with the fruit sinking. Great recipe, thanks!

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jnpj March 02, 2009

I had some plums that really need to be eaten, so I chopped three up and added to this batter. Very good!

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jane49423 August 19, 2009

These were really good...I used frozen peaches. I took then right from the freezer and placed 2 per muffin as I made 12 instead of 6. I would reccomend chopping up a few and mixing in with the batter so that you get an all around peach experience! Will make again!

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luv2cookinpa January 26, 2008

I made 12 regular muffins instead of the 6 large. I did as the recipe said and inserted peach slices in the top and dusted them with cinnamon. These turned out just right and the taste is that of a peach cobbler. I will definitely will bake these again.

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Madray7 August 02, 2007

AWESOME! So simple and quick to put together, and they taste wonderful! I sprinkled cinnamon sugar on top, and they got kind of crispy streudel like. I didn't have the large muffin tins, so I actually got 9 regular sized muffins. The bake time was cut to 25 minutes. Thanks for a great recipe L! :)

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canarygirl November 12, 2003

I made this recipe using sorghum and tapioca (gluten free flours) and it turned out very well. I used 2 cups chopped/sugared peaches that were waiting to be made into jam and this seemed a good amount. even with the changes they still tasted very good!! Good Recipe to keep in the cookbook.

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cyndrs July 14, 2010

Great muffins. I added 1t cinnamon to the mix and sprinkled a sugar cinnamon mix over each muffin before baking. I shoved 2 quarter plums down the middle of each muffin. Yum yum!

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Riss January 21, 2010

I have made these twice. Once adding a single, unpeeled slice of peach in each muffin and again dicing the peaches first. We preferred the diced peach version but both were excellent. I reserved a bit of the sugar to sprinkle over the muffins with the cinnamon before baking, and really liked the effect. Can't wait to try it with other fruit! FYI - used unsweetened soy milk both times and Earth Balance vegan margarine for the butter once and noticed no difference.

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DancesInGarden September 13, 2009
Fresh Plum or Peach Cobbler Muffins