10 Reviews

These were really good. I had canned peaches that I wanted to use up. I followed the recipe exactly as written and mine were done in 25 minutes. My peaches were no sugar added ones and I still thought these were a bit sweet but the rest of my family thought they were perfect. I loved that these were made with ingredients I had on hand.

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bmcnichol August 01, 2012

These turned out well, and everyone enjoyed them. I made them as directed. The batter is extremely thick before adding the peaches - almost a cookie dough consistency. It startled me a bit, but turned out fine. Really moist. (It is difficult for me to rate baked goods because don't often eat them, and I didn't taste these.)

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evewitch September 11, 2011

This is the best muffin recipe! I used a cup of light brown sugar instead of regular sugar and two fresh peaches. Everything else was the same as the recipe. I'm looking forward to making this again with peaches and then trying out other fruit as well. Thanks so much for posting this. Not only did I love it, but it got great reviews from the entire family!

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Hilary83 September 02, 2010

Really delicious. Definitely dessert-y, if the one cup sugar doesn't already give that away. I found them to be a teeny bit too moist, so next time I might try to put in a little less oil.

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olivia.puerta February 13, 2010

I also added the juice from the peaches fearing that the batter would be too dry or that we wouldn't have as "peachy" a flavour as we liked. These muffins were a nice change from the regular chocolate or blueberry ones I normally make. Thanks for sharing!

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abbyb1 September 01, 2008

These were wonderful. I didn't find them dry at all. I used diced fresh peaches though--so maybe that's why they were so moist. This is a great dairy-free recipe. My son has milk allergies, and he loves these muffins.

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hpetryinchina September 01, 2008

Great Recipe. Almost reminds me of eating a peach dessert! I've made these twice. Once with fresh peaches and once with canned. Both were great, although if you have fresh on hand, they are unbelievably yummy!

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Quest4ZBest October 07, 2007

These are awesome. The only thing I changed was to add the juice from the can of peaches as the first batch I made was a little dry. Having made that slight addition I've made several more batches and all have turned out wonderfully. I even made a batch without the peaches (accidently forgot) having put the juice in they were still gorgeous. I was then "forced" to make another lot to use the peaches up (heh heh). I added some milk to those as I had no juice left and they were great. What a top recipe!!!!!

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mermaiden91 April 22, 2007

Yum! I substituted honey for the sugar and whole wheat flour for some of the white flour and these are divine. They looke good, smell better and taste fanastic!

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Kelly McPherson April 27, 2006

These are yummy, and dairy-free. I subbed in a 14 oz. can of fruit cocktail instead of peaches, and topped up with a bit of shredded coconut for a tropical twist. Also cut the sugar a bit because I had only sweetened coconut on hand. YUM!

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Stylin'Dog February 12, 2004
Golden Peach Muffins