• 410 g can Wattie’s Peaches Sliced in Clear Fruit juice
  • 8 Sanitarium Weet-Bix biscuits, crushed
  • 1 cup wholemeal flour
  • 1 cup flour
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • 3 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • ¾ cup lite milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 50 g butter, melted
  1. Preheat oven to 190°C. Drain Wattie’s Peaches Sliced in Clear Fruit Juice, reserve the juice. Chop peaches.
  2. Place the crushed Sanitarium Weet-Bix, biscuits, wholemeal flour, flour, brown sugar, baking powder and cinnamon into a mixing bowl. Stir ingredients together and add the chopped peaches.
  3. Pour the milk and reserved fruit juice into a bowl. Add the eggs and baking soda. Whisk to mix.
  4. Pour the egg mix into the dry ingredients. Add the melted butter. Mix together, being careful not to over-mix or the muffins will be tough.
  5. Spoon the mixture into greased muffin tins. Bake for 18-20 minutes, until muffins are golden and spring back at a touch. Allow to cool for 5 minutes before turning onto a cooling rack.

Top Tips

Grease muffin tins with a light spray of vegetable oil rather than butter.

Made With

Peaches Sliced in Clear Fruit Juice

Grown under the sun in Hawke’s Bay orchards and hand-picked, only the finest golden peaches are good enough to be chosen by Wattie’s.

Rate and Review

14 Ratings

Reviews (14)

Joanna Leggett's Review | Rating

This recipe is absolutely awesome. Have just pulled them out of the oven. So easy to make and extremely delicious. They are also very filling, will be great for the lunches :)

Georgie Marshall's Review | Rating

OMG just made these muffins and they taste AMAZING !!!!!!! Definatly worth making !!!!!!! :D

Rachael Hausman's Review | Rating

i am making it without the wholemeal flour, hopefully it works (i dont have any wholemeal flour) i will write back and say if they still taste nice or not :) x

Colin McKinney's Review | Rating

I've almost never baked before - not only did I have to buy ingredients, I had to buy a few utensils too! This recipe was a great 'first' - absolutely 100% successful. I'm ready to impress my friends now!

eddie muaulama's Review | Rating

hi how healthy are these muffins what are the nutrions no on it? how many calories thanks

Hannah Cullinane (Nutritionist- Food in a Minute)'s Review | Rating

Each muffin provides 850 kilojoules (approximately 200 calories). Hence, a single muffin is an appropriate snack or lunchbox addition. Plus, these muffins are a good source of fibre.

Julie Barrott's Review | Rating

Just made these - so easy!! I substituted peaches for tinned plums and it worked the same. Very happy :)

Erin's Review | Rating

love them :) made them a few years ago when I seen the recipe on TV and just rediscovered it the other day on here :) made them last night and forgot to put the sugar in but they still taste good (just a wee tad bland but still yum)

Laura's Rating
Kelly's Review | Rating

Baked this afternoon - easy & yum!

Lucy's Review | Rating

Could you please give me the nutritional values for these? Do you have any low carb, low fat, baking recipes? I am looking for recipes for a pre-diabetic person with a bit of a sweet tooth.

Reply from Food in a Minute Team

Hi Lucy, thanks for your query. We would recommend looking out for our Healthy Pick recipes, these are lower fat recipes for meals. For baking and desserts those which meet the criteria for Healthy Pick would be more suitable for you. You can see the criteria if you go through to the Nutrition page and then click on the Healthy Pick logo. We hope this helps.

Tanya's Review | Rating

Could you freeze these for lunches?

Reply from The Food in a Minute team

Hi Tanya

Yes these muffins can be frozen and would be ideal for lunches.

The Food in a Minute team

Jessie Winks's Review | Rating

Super yummy! Used white sugar instead as didnt have brown, used two cups of plain flour instead of whole meal flour turned out just as good.

Wendy's Review | Rating

these muffins are AMAZING just made them and they are the best!!!!