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Very yummy! I served this over Breyer's low fat vanilla bean ice cream. What a treat.

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Maito June 10, 2008

Very nice dessert! I too would reduce the lemon juice a smidge. The toasted almonds are a very tasty touch. I bought sliced almonds and toasted them in a dry frying pan over medium heat, stirring them to ensure even browning. I took them off the heat when they were a light brown. Thanks for posting!

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Jean R July 03, 2007

I loved it. So, easy to make and much more healthier than the bottled syrups . I halfed the recipe. Next time I'll reduce the lemon juice, cause I would prefer it a little sweeter. Thanks for sharing a great dessert. Made it for ZWT 3.

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katia July 02, 2007

This was a good treat for me last night. Didn't toast my almonds, but very much enjoyed this dish. made for zwt3

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Crocheting Mama June 28, 2007

Great way to have my favortie treat! I made this with one small nectarine since my mother is not a fan of them.... she had hers with apples. Anyways great simple and good treat to make for everyday meals and company!

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anme June 24, 2007

Yummy! I used half peach and half nectarines and slivered almonds in place of sliced. I loved the crunch from the almonds. This made a great late night dessert!

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cookiedog June 20, 2007
Warm Nectarines With Almonds and Vanilla Ice Cream - Sweden