What I’m Making: Peach Muffins.

I know, I know.  The title of this post says “PEACH MUFFINS” but the recipe you see below says Strawberry Muffins.  It’s all good.  My recipe is interchangeable.  Put whatever fruit you want in and the muffins will be great.

I know there aren’t any mixing instructions.  It’s totally okay.  Mix the first four ingredients and then mix in the rest.  It’s a totally forgiving recipe that isn’t picky at all.  That’s why I love it.

If you want to know how many it makes…check out the picture below…


I love the reusable muffin liners.  I have THESE.  My favorite thing to make the liners in brownies.  It’s a family favorite around our house.  HERE is the recipe for those.

I sprinkle sugar over the tops before I put them in the oven.  I think next time I’d like to try a struddle-type topping on these.  Hmm.


There they are fresh out of the oven.


I had some taste testers at my house…daughters Kalissa on the left and Kelli on the right.


They both say thumbs up!!

I’ve used this recipe with strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and peaches.  We have liked them all.

11 thoughts on “What I’m Making: Peach Muffins.

  1. Susie Q

    I don’t see a temp or a time???? do I just need to look harder???? is there something off in your post…..

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  2. Bonnie in SE CT

    Hi Jo, I have a recipe that makes about 27 medium ( rectangular) shaped muffins. It is a great basic recipe as well. I have added grated zucchini with cocoa and choc chips, or canned pumpkin and cinnamon, cranberry w/ choc chips, chopped apples or bananas and mini choc chips. You name it and I probably have tried it! I make a krinkle topping made with flour, brown sugar, oatmeal and melted butter. I put about a tablespoon of the topping on before baking them. Then when they are cool, I drizzle a little confectioners sugar glaze on them. They don’t last long around here. Email me if you’d like the recipe.

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  3. Christina

    Hi Jo
    looked up in recipes area and was unable to find the full recipe for Chocolate Satin Pie, and others, boo hoo. I think you should write JO’ Family Favourites Cook book, please, I know there are a lot of us would be very happy to buy, maybe even directly from you.
    love you puds/desserts / PIES most of all.

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    1. Jo Post author

      HI Christina. I know the recipes are a mess here on the blog. The best thing to do is use the search bar on the right-hand column. I do have to say, if you are looking for a Chocolate Satin Pie from me, you’ll be looking forever. I don’t have that recipe. I’ve never made one. I have been contemplating a cookbook. We’ll see.

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  4. Carolyn Sullivan

    I buy a Sugar free Cake mix by Pillsbury Add a _DRAINED_and then , puree can of peaches, 2-3 eggs (3 makes them lighter,) and 1 tsp of baking powder. Muffin cups oiled, bake according to directions on pan….. Low calories, tasty snack.

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