Peach Crumb Bake

"Another Weight Watcher's dessert, and each portion is only one point. This recipe makes 3 servings."
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  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Layer peaches in bottom of 8" square baking dish.
  • Mix remaining ingredients and sprinkle mixture over peach slices.
  • Bake 15 minutes.
  • Serve warm or chilled.

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  1. Ahhhh, this hit the spot! A wonderful dessert using just a few ingredients and easy to prepare. I used canned peaches. Even though I do not have to watch my weight, this is a dessert I will make over and over again because it tasted so good! Thanks again Brenda for sharing a great recipe. :-)
  2. I reduced the recipe to serve 1 and baked in a custard cup -- it made a nice warm dessert for me this evening. I had to bake for longer than 15 minutes because my peach was a bit too firm. Next time I would leave the nutmeg out, and maybe add some honey to the crumb mixture. Very simple and easy, but satisfying to my sweet tooth.
  3. Delicious! I had picked up some fresh peaches and wanted a baked dessert that was allowed on WW. We added some 0 points fat-free whipped topping to each serving. I'll definitely be making this again- thanks for sharing the recipe!
  4. This simple recipe is perfect for people dieting or having to watch carbs or calories. I used some frozen peaches that I put up last spring (with no sugar added), but with plenty of peach juice. I used 1 tsp. cinnamon because we like it so much. This will be a dessert that I can make often to satisfy our sweet tooth, but not feel guilty. Thanks so much for posting this wonderful recipe.
  5. This was ok warm but defintely not ok cold. I used canned peaches which I think is probably a must since you need the extra juice that clings to the peaches (unless you can get juicy fresh peaches which I cannot here). There was just not much taste other then the peaches, which is something that I look for since there is a topping. I may make it again when I want peaches, but not when I want a dessert that has any 'baked goods' component to it. That said, it wasn't bad and was nice to have warm. Probably topped with 2 tblsp. of fat free whipped topping (0 points on WW) it would be better.



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