Peach Crumble

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If more people knew the exceptional nutritional value of peaches, perhaps they’d be trying to sneak them into more breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes – not to mention dessert. That’s where this Peach Crumble recipe comes in handy. If you’re trying to get your kids to eat more fruits, vegetables, and fiber, you might want to try making a sweet treat like this one, just to whet their appetite. You’ll want to use fresh, organic peaches for this crumble recipe, if at all possible, but if necessary, you can also use canned or frozen. Peaches are high in niacin, potassium, dietary fiber, and vitamin A; they’re also very high in vitamin C. They even contain iron and calcium and traces of protein. And, speaking of protein, this delicious dessert recipe also calls for oats, which are high in protein as well as iron, calcium, phosphorus, and dietary fiber. It serves up to 16 people and only takes about an hour to make. So, let's make a healthy dessert at home tonight, and serve up something our grandmothers would love to bake.*

Nutrition Facts for: Peach Crumble From Grandmother's Kitchen
Ingredients: Peaches (fresh or frozen), ground cinnamon, pure vanilla extract, granulated sugar, all purpose flour, rolled oats, brown sugar,butter.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet
* The entire recipe has been calculated for 20 servings
* Per Serving:Calories 210, Calories from Fat 108, Total Fat 12.0g 18%, Saturated Fat 7.4g 37%, Cholesterol 30mg 10%, Sodium 85mg 4%, Potassium 122mg 3%, Carbohydrates 25.1g 8%, Dietary Fiber 1.4g 6%, Sugars 14.7g, Protein 2.0g, Vitamin A 10%, Vitamin C 5%, Calcium 2%, Iron 4%

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