What a delight these muffins are. I'm going to keep some in the freezer for those winter mornings when I can only dream of peaches.The whole wheat flour with the cinnamon & bran gives a hearty wholesome flavor I used fresh peaches (they are at their best right now, loaded with sweet goodness) and French Vanilla Peach yogurt - wonderful thanks Lennie
These muffins are INCREDIBLY moist! I doubled the recipe because I make them and freeze them for my mom's breakfasts. I added walnuts, dates, and some bananas to them for extra nutrition. There was enough batter left to do a mini loaf and my family tried a little of it over the weekend...even my 14 year old son went nuts over them and he doesn't typically like my healthy muffins. Thanks for the TERRIFIC recipe!
I'm not going to give this a star rating cause i changed it up quite a bit. I used berries and berry yogurt instead of peaches and peach yogurt, i subbed in applsauce for 3 tbsps of the oil, and i used brown sugar instead of honey. these were tasty, but not fantastic. maybe next time i will use the ACTUAL recipe!
These muffins are great. I used 1/3cup of All Bran Buds instead of wheat bran because I didn't have it. Turned out yummy!
This easy recipe made some good, healthy muffins. I did replace the oil with applesauce and switched the all-purpose flour and wheat bran amounts as some others have done. I had a small pot of peach yogurt and added plain yogurt to make a cup, which probably reduced the final sweetness as well. The result was a good muffin with juicy peach pieces (I used fresh ones, and slightly more than half a cup). I didn't want them to be as sweet as many muffins tend to be, but I didn't except them to be. I enjoyed this healthy version!
Yum! I was a bit confused about how much bran to use, because it doesn't say on the ingredients list...so I just did what Federico did below - 1 cup wheat flour (I used pastry), 1/2 cup wheat bran. I also used one fresh peach, and I added 1 tsp. of vanilla extract. Other than that, followed everything exactly. These are the best muffins I have ever made! Thanks so much!
Made a double batch of these muffins yesterday, but swapped the amounts of AP flour with that for wheat bran to make it more healthful. Used a single whole egg, replaced half the oil with applesauce, and used one container peach and one container vanilla yogurt. These are AWESOME!!! Even with all my subs.. Thanks!
This was a good muffin, nothing spectacular, but I did modify it a bit so that could be why. I halved the recipe, replaced the oil with applesauce and used plain nonfat yogurt (because that's what we always have on hand). I think next time I'll add more cinnamon and maybe some of the peach juice (to the plain yogurt) like someone else posted. A good recipe that I will make again with some more modifications. Thanks for the recipe.
These were really light and fluffy, which was a pleasant surprise! I used 1/8 cup honey plus 1/4 cup of splenda. I also used 1/2 nonfat plain yoghurt and 1/2 low fat berry flavoured, because that's what I had. Very yummy, and not too bad for the waistline!
Definately some of the best muffins I have ever had -- 5 star all the way! Peaches are in season now, so I used 1 fresh peach (not quite ripe -- it ripens in the oven) instead of canned. Also, rather than the flour/bran combination in the recipe, I used 1 cup whole wheat flour, 1/2 cup bran, and no all-purpose flour. Finally, I used vanilla soy yogurt instead of peach. The mixture seemed a bit moist after mixing, but they baked wonderfully.