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Peach Breakfast Bake (with Flake Cereal) Recipe

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Submitted by pistachionut

Makes 1 serving

Really good and easy peach breakfast bake.

Recipe Ingredients for Peach Breakfast Bake (with flake cereal)

5.5 oz Peaches
1 cup Naturals Oats
4.5 tsp Domino Light Brown Sugar
1 tsp Pure Granulated Sugar
0.16 tbsp Cornstarch
0.06 cup Unsweetened Applesauce
1 tbsp I Can't Believe It's Not Butter! Fat Free
4 oz Light 'n Fit Nonfat Vanilla

Recipe Directions for Peach Breakfast Bake (with flake cereal)

  1. Peach Breakfast Bake

  2. by Chocolate-Covered Katie on June 26, 2011

  3. Grandma Alert!

  4. Someday, I am going to be a very good grandma.

  5. How do I know this? It?s because, by the time I?m old, I will have had lots of practice at granny-isms. I constantly nag people to eat more veggies, never leave the house without a sweater, and often sit down for dinner at 5. Oh, and living in Florida sounds like a dream!

  6. But every now and then, I like to stay out late at a party or club. Unfortunately, my body doesn?t care if I?m up at 2am. It?ll still be wide-eyed and ready to go by six the next morning! For example, on Friday night I went out dancing and had two friends spend the night afterward. I woke up at 5:30 yesterday morning, while they proceeded to sleep until noon.

  7. That?s okay; I actually enjoy my time alone in the mornings. It?s so peaceful when no one else is awake. Yesterday, when I got back from running and found my friends still asleep, I figured I?d surprise them with breakfast. Little did I know I?d be eating lunch by the time they got up!

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  9. What to make?

  10. First, I looked through my archives of Oatmeal Recipes.

  11. But?believe it or not?my friends aren?t the biggest oatmeal fans. So I decided to try something new on them. A few months ago, I?d pulled a recipe for apple crisp out of People magazine. The recipe, itself, was part of an advertisement for Post cereals. But it caught my eye due to its simplicity (and its vegan-ness). I (very loosely) used this apple-crisp recipe as a guide for yesterday?s breakfast: peach breakfast bake. My friends loved it? when they finally woke up!

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  13. Peach Breakfast Bake

  14. (Serves 3)

  15. * 2 1/2 cups sliced peaches

  16. * 1/2 T lemon juice

  17. * 1/2 T arrowroot (or cornstarch)

  18. * 1/4 tsp cinnamon

  19. * 1/2 cup plus 1/4 cup shredded wheat, crushed (I used Post wheat-n-bran. You can try rice chex or crispies or flake cereal for a gluten-free version.)

  20. * 2 T brown sugar plus 1 packet nunaturals stevia (Or use 1/4 cup sugar. See note below, for a sugar-free version.)

  21. * 1 T melted margarine or oil (I used Earth Balance. If you want a fat-free crisp, double the applesauce and omit the margarine.)

  22. * 1 T applesauce (For a more buttery taste, replace this with an extra T of the margarine)

  23. * 1/4 tsp salt (use only 1/8 tsp if using margarine)

  24. * 1 container non-dairy yogurt (I used SoDelicious plain)

  25. Preheat oven to 350F. Mix the peaches, lemon, arrowroot, cinnamon, 1/2 the salt, and 1/2 the sweetener in a bowl. Let sit for ten minutes. Meanwhile, stir the crushed cereal, remaining sweetener, remaining salt, melted margarine or oil, and applesauce in a bowl until well-blended.

  26. Spread the peach mixture in a small baking pan (such as a 47), and top with the cereal mixture. Bake for 35 minutes.



Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 366.6g
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat
% Daily Value*
Total Fat
Trans Fat
Total Carbohydrates
Dietary Fiber
Vitamin A 25% Vitamin C 17%
Calcium 11% Iron 69%
* Based on a 2000 calorie diet

Nutritional details are an estimate and should only be used as a guide for approximation.


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Health Information

Nutrition Grade
91% confidence
  Good points
  • No saturated fat
  • Very low in cholesterol
  • High in iron
  •   Bad points
  • Very high in sugar
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