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Yummy- I think, in fact, they could have used a little more spice. Maybe some vanilla? Beautiful cakey muffins, but man, that batter was hard to stir! Usually muffin batter is much more like cake batter than cookie dough. Had I known I might have made these in my KitchenAide rather than by hand, because my arms were darn tired after mixing all the flour in- and THEN I had to mix in the peaches. I didn't use quite-ripe peches, and I'm sure they would have been much better had I used fully ripe peaches and yellow peaches rather than white (there were no yellow at the grocery). Overall good, but needs a few touches and a warning about the thickness of the batter. Pretty muffins, though.

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Roosie September 10, 2003

These were so delicious. Crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.

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PortlandChick March 29, 2010

Thanks Carrie Ann, Just what I needed to use up a few peaches. Didn't have enough so used a bit of rhubarb as well. Used ground cardamon instead of allspice, olive oil instead of vegetable oil, almond milk instead of the real thing, and added 1/2 cup cornmeal instead of all white flour. I too got 24 muffins.

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peigidan October 14, 2009

These are so easy and so great tasting. I actually got 24 cup cakes and 1 mini loaf out of this recipe. This one is definatly a keeper.

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Cooking with Sean October 12, 2008

These were wonderful. I used up our left-over Grandma Mary's Kahlua Spiced Peaches for this instead of fresh peaches. I know that's a big change, however, they were wonderful & I have no doubt they would be just as good with fresh peaches. It sure was a nice way to put Grandma's peaches to use. I was a little nervous about the 400 degrees, but I did it anyway. They turned out just fine. Thank you very much for sharing this recipe.

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Feej August 30, 2007

My family loved these! I did make a few substitutions. Rather than fresh peaches I used 2 Cups of homemade peach preserves. I also used two cups of wheat flour in place of white. Overall we enjoyed these muffins immensely.

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562717 August 23, 2007

These are wonderful muffins. I made them exactly as stated with the exception of egg sub instead of real eggs. I ended up with 24 nicely sized muffins. I will make this recipe again and again. Thank you.

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etully August 28, 2006

These are super-delicious muffins. The batter was thick, so I added the peaches before the flour mixture was all the way moistened, and that made it easier to stir. I used cinnamon and 1 tsp. pumpkin pie spice, which added a little ginger. I also used a cinnamon sugar mixture to put on top. Thanks for a great recipe.

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jean July 20, 2005
Spiced Peach Muffins