Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

I made this to go with my lunch today, and I was amazed at how tasty it turned out! I love buying the larger containers of vanilla yogurt and then just adding fresh fruit or homemade jam in order to make fruity yogurt. Today was the first time I added cinnamon, and it really hit the spot. I'd like to try this with one of my usual yogurt toppings: wheat germ, crunchy granola cereal, or a little fiber one cereal.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Sprinkle cinnamon over yogurt and stir. (I did this part before leaving home and packed the peach to cut and add later so it would be fresh).
  2. Cut the peach into bite-sized pieces. (Peel if you wish--I was on my lunch break and didn't have time!).
  3. Add peach pieces to yogurt and gently stir.
  4. Top with additional toppings if desired (see recipe description) and enjoy!
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*Reviewed for Kidfriendly Recipe Tag in the Kids Cooking Forum* Loved it! So easy and tasty. I used some new season peaches and creamy vanilla yogurt. I think it would be nice with a plain yogurt and honey too. I liked the addition of the cinnamon. Photos also being posted.

**Jubes** October 10, 2008

This was really good -- though I ended up using canned peaches because the fresh ones in the store looked horrible. It was good with the canned ones, but bet it would be even better if I could find fresh ones that were good!

iewe October 06, 2008

I doubled this using low fat creamy vanilla yoghurst and canned peaches and served 3 of us as a light dessert. Delicious and see it being a very versatile recipe using different fruits either canned or fresh. Thank you SrtaMaestra, made for Please Review My Recipe.

I'mPat September 23, 2008