10 Reviews

This recipe is good and healthy. I thought it was a little bland and boring until I added a little bit of maple syrup on top, then it was perfect! I used fresh southern peaches, whole eggs and raw milk from the farm. Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly. I think next time, I may use a half of cup less of milk to make it drier (just my personal preference). Thanks for a great breakfast!

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Island Girl 525 June 20, 2010

I loved this! We've got wonderful peaches in season right now, so I was looking for something good to make out of them. I doubled the recipe, threw it all together early in the morning and then after sticking it in the oven, I went back to bed for 50 mins :) I Woke up to a lovely hot breakfast. I thought this tasted great all by itself and didn't add anything to it. Now I have left overs in the fridge to eat tomorrow morning and looking forward to it.

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JenniCat July 15, 2010

This was really good. I made it as a desert but it would be great for a filling breakfast as well. Yummy!

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adena mangis June 17, 2010

yummm...i skipped the almond extract, and used canned peaches (used the juice in place of some of the milk)...turned out wonderful...even my super picky boyfriend ate a huge serving

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ShortieNJ January 09, 2009

This was really good. I was looking for a low fat dessert/breakfast food, and this fit the bill. I added blueberries and egg substitute instead egg whites, and put some sugar free syrup on top. Also used a can of sugar free peaches. Just finished it this morning for breakfast and will be making another batch. Thanks Whisper!!!

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cooking-BAG January 28, 2008

I love this!! I used canned peaches and splenda in place of the sugar. I also added a tsp of cinnamon to the mix. The bake time was right on as it was perfectly done after 50 minutes. Thank you Whisper for this delicious recipe!!

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Lil Sis April 05, 2007

This is a nice lower fat alternative to baked oatmeal. I used fresh peaches, Splenda Brown Sugar blend and added 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon to half a recipe. It was drizzled lightly with maple syrup.

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PaulaG March 23, 2007

Made this with fresh peaches and LOVED it. I also used Splenda to make a WW Core friendly recipe. I did not use the Almond Extract and didn't miss it.

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Kate Cooks July 27, 2006

I just found this recipe today and decided I needed a Dessert! I used splenda and I added some cinnamon and then when it was done I put a serving of sugar free syrup on mine. My daughters used regular maple syrup and they are both loving this!! It was very easy! Thanks!

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Emeri&JonahsMommy July 05, 2006

We went peach picking yesterday and came home with 53(!) pounds of peaches. So I'm looking for tons of healthy and tasty ways to use them! I chunked my peaches instead of slicing them, and used splenda. I was concerned at the amount of milk in this recipe but it baked up just fine. Nice texture but kind of bland. I'd like more peaches and more spices. Loved the healthiness of it. Thanks Whisper!

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ladypit July 02, 2006
Peaches 'n' Cream Casserole