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Peach Bread

I know…fall is settling in. And summer peaches are so on their way out. But I had a few juicy beauties left and thought that, well, maybe you might, too?! After baking a few loaves of this, I just couldn’t not share this with you! I baked up this Peach Bread a few days ago …
  • Elisabeth Funnygirl

    Peach Bread » a farmgirl's dabbles Yes, this Peach Bread is a dense one. I especially love the texture of the top. It’s almost chewy, with just a bit of crisp to it. And it’s extremely moist and flavorful. The chunks of peaches add bursts of soft mellow fruitiness.

  • Cortney McGuirk

    Peach Bread, yummy for my tummy!

  • Sadie McGarvey

    Peach Bread:: Not that impressive, but good just like all fruit breads... pretty much same as banana bread recipe sub. peach

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  • Bryanna Riley

    1 large (29) ounce can sliced peaches - drained 2 sticks or 1 cup of butter - melted 2 cups sugar 2 cups flour 2 cups milk 2 teaspoons baking powder Preheat oven to 350°. Pour drained can of peaches into skillet or 9x13 baking dish. Pour melted butter over the peaches. Mix sugar, flour, milk and baking powder together to form batter. Pour batter over peaches and butter. Bake for 30 to 45 minutes until top is golden brown and edges are crispy. May take longer in a cast iron skillet.

  • Tammy Buhl

    Thank you so much. Getting ready to try now. Thanks

  • Bryanna Riley

    Your very Welcome. God bless you!

  • irenee Rosas

    I've baked this & it's delicious topped with vanilla ice cream...

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Peach Coconut Banana Bread ....Delicious tropical flavor....... and the peaches and coconut make the banana bread even more moist and delicious!

  • Jennifer Jungwirth

    I used this recipe but used cocnut oil instaed of butter and almond milk instead of milk. I also added some cinnamon...pecans ans some fresh grated ginger....Amazing! thanks for sharing.

  • Jill Sorensen

    I wonder if this would work with coconut sugar instead of regular sugar?

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i tried this banana peach bread recipe it was very good a bit sweeter taste but was not too sugary