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Thank you so much for this recipe, it turned out brilliant. I followed the recipe almost to the T with the exception of 2 things -I couldn't make half and half as I didn't have cream so I put a 120gram pot of strawberry yoghurt which measured just under half a cup, then filled the rest of the cup up with milk. Because the yoghurt would sweeten, I reduced the sugar and put 3/4's of a cup instead. Because I cook in celcius I made my first error, I was cooking them at 185 degrees celcius, realised 12 minutes in, so bumped up the heat to 200 degrees celcius for 6 minutes - tested them and they were perfect so pulled them out 2 minutes early. They turned out so well, thank you so much for posting, considering I made an error, and had to change a few ingredients these are really lovely and moist. Thanks

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maplecottage July 19, 2008

i thought these were great. I didn't have half & half, so i substituted 1/2 cup heavy cream & 1/2 cup of milk. They were really good. i also added slivered almonds on top. Yummy!

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sheri77 April 17, 2007

Love these! I just made a batch of these and am eating one as I review this..mmmmmmm. I didn't have any half and half on hand, so I substituted fat free sweetened condensed milk in place , but then I omited the white sugar since the milk is already plenty sweet. I also substituted whole wheat pastry flour for half the white flour. The mixture seemed a little too thick, so I added some of the peach juice to thin it out a little until it looked like a reg. muffin batter texture and it worked out perfectly! I will definitely be making these again. Very easy recipe and it's not too sweet. I didn't put any brown sugar on top. Thanks!

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zaar mate November 13, 2006

These muffins were really good for a change of pace. I let them cook a little too long, so they got kind of dark, but were still good. I served these with a sausage/egg breakfast casserole for a brunch. DH liked them. Next time I might use vanilla extract instead of almond. Thanks for the recipe!

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StacyMD187373 November 11, 2006

bailey...another winner here! These were great, quick to mix and tasted yummy. My muffin tins must be smaller than normal cause I had way more batter than 12 but I loaded them up and had super tall bursting over the top muffins. Great warmed up and toasty with butter! Thanks!

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LAURIE June 27, 2006

These muffins taste great! Mine stuck to the bottom of my pan however but probably because I didnt grease it. I added a blob of cream cheese to the middle of each muffin, and as I didnt have any brown sugar to sprinkle on top, I mixed together some white sugar and cinnamon which made a crunchy topping. Easy and yummy recipe, thanks

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loveandpeas April 01, 2006

The mufins were very moist. The flavor reminded us of a peach cobbler. Easy to prepare. Thanks bailey46. Bullwinkle

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bullwinkle February 06, 2006
Peach Muffins