Ingredients8 m servings 411
- Stir peaches, water, milk, oats, brown sugar, cinnamon, and salt together in a microwave-safe bowl.
- Cook in microwave on High, stirring every 60 seconds, until the oats are softened, about 3 minutes. Stir one final time before serving.
- Cook's Notes:
- I prefer to use 2% milk, but this works just as well with skim milk.
- As far as the peaches are concerned, I use the 'no sugar added' variety of sliced peaches.
Per Serving: 411 calories; 5.1 84.5 10.7 10 72 Full nutrition
ReviewsRead all reviews 15
Used skim milk & Splenda Brown Sugar Blend to get the calories down. I did cut the peach slices into chunks because, otherwise, I'd just be cutting the slices with my spoon while eating. I cook...
I also cut the peach slices into chunks. Scaled the recipe to 2 and had enough for 3 :) did it all on a pan on the stove, seemed easier, worked great and tasted wonderful. Thanks for the recipe!
I don't own a microwave and used 1-2 fresh peaches for this recipe. It took about 20 minutes on the stove and turned out great! Will use less sugar next time though. I used less and it was still...
Yum! I made this using fresh peaches (1-2 peaches will replace the canned), and did it on the stove top. I put the peaches and brown sugar in first (cut the sugar; it was a bit too sweet), and ...
I love this recipe! I tnink it improves with age. I double the recipe and use Stevia in place of half the sugar. I tried using the syrup from the peaches instead of water. Not a great idea.
I loved this recipe! I did use a large fresh peach and substituted with unsweetened almond milk. I think the next time I will cut back on the brown sugar though.
This was great! I substituted canned, light coconut milk for regular milk and coconut sugar for regular sugar. I also added a little vanilla and cooked it on the stove. It was delicious and a gr...
I used honey instead of sugar, and coconut milk instead of whole milk. I really enjoyed the recipe. I love oatmeal and the fresh peaches, cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla extract really worked well...