Peach-Pecan Muffins

  • bstanchie Posted: 03/18/11
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    These muffins were easy to make & delicious. Kid approved too. I used frozen peaches. I used a dark non-stick muffin pan so they actually got a little too overdone in the 20 min at 400. I have never had a problem with my pan and the times given in recipes so I didn't think about it but I will have to reduce the baking time next time and would suggest setting your timer for 15 min and adding time as needed if you are using a dark pan too! I would definitely make this recipe again.

  • recipegrubber Posted: 04/01/11
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    Turned out perfectly. Already made them and will make them again and again. Would be nice for Easter brunch. Shared them with friends. They loved them and asked for the recipe. Make sure you let the peaches thaw and then measure so you get the full benefit of that fresh peachy taste. Peaches & pecans - doesn't get better than that! So delish. Thank you.

  • converse2118 Posted: 03/10/11
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    These are delicious! I only got 11 muffins and used only half of the pecan topping. I will definately make these again.

  • gmtaus Posted: 06/08/11
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    Made 2 doz muffins using fresh peaches! Did not do the streusel topping. Instead sprinkled some cinnamon sugar on top. They were done in 18 min. Next batch I am going to add a little almond extract to the batter. This is a keeper.

  • Hobbygourmet Posted: 07/15/11
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    I used only half the cinnamon & it still overpowered the peaches. Other than that they were good. I am with Bstanchie: Definitely keep an eye on them. Anyway, I will make them again (without the cinnamon).

  • justsewhappy Posted: 10/15/12
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    omg these are really really YUMMY!! I added 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract and left the cinnamon out of the batter - but left it in the streusal topping.

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