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This dessert was great. I used tinned peaches (drained) as fresh are not in season right now, and upped the cinnamon to atleast 1/2 a teaspoon (I think it was closer to 3/4s - but who's counting - we love cinnamon!). What I got was a peachy pudding. The bisquik and oatmeal had thickened it up, and puffed up slightly. Served with pouring cream on the side and watched the family gobble it up. Thanks for a great recipe!

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evelyn/athens February 02, 2004

Great no-fuss dessert. We have a surplus of fresh peaches and I was looking for a dessert that wasn't so naughty. This was a good one. Not dripping with sugar but sweet enough to satisfy. Thanks meow!

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Gracie in NM August 14, 2003

I made this by substituting Splenda for the granulated sugar and using actual brown sugar as the recipe calls for. It was delicious, my whole family liked it, and it made the house smell peachy and wonderful. It was the perfect way to use up my bag of peaches from the CSA share. I am wondering if it would work with plums.

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christinajrn August 30, 2010

This was very tasty. I wish I'd had some whipped cream or vanilla ice cream, but we ate it on its own after a long day. I asked my roommate to "put it away" for me, and he did so by finishing it off! Next time I may have to make a double batch.

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Meghan E. September 25, 2009

This made a very nice dessert with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. I may reduce the sugar next time I make it; it was a bit sweet for my taste. I slow-cooked mine for 5 1/2 hours and it seemed a little over-done. I think I'll keep it at 4 hours next time. Thanks for posting such an effortless dessert!

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Aunt Cookie February 06, 2009

This was an excellent version of cobbler. I used fresh peaches, 1/2 cup of brown sugar and 1/3 cup of clover honey, instead of refined white. Was awsome! Will make again and again; next time I am thinking apple-blackberry.

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sara'smom September 09, 2008

I made this for breakfast and substituted regular oatmeal for steel cut oats. I wouldn't serve this as a dessert, but I thought that it was too sweet for breakfast. I may try it again, but will decrease the sugar. Make sure that you spray the crockpot well - I have mine soaking right now.

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Eldeevee August 30, 2008

This was incredible. We made this last night and I got up a few hours before morning to turn it on and it was perfect. We will definitely make this again. Even my company raved about it. Thanks for a super easy and delicious recipe.

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Claidan June 17, 2008
Slow Peaches