For a long time in my life, I didn’t care for many fruits. But peaches were always something I adored. They’re so delectably juicy and such a sweet natural treat. It’s as if God decided to give us glorious hanging candy from trees wrapped in the soft skin of whatever Adam named a peach. I love them plain. Oh, they’re so good. But I also love them when they’re combined with other delicious ingredients. Nancy Frady’s Peach Cobbler is my faaaaaaaaavorite. But, now that I’m back on Weight Watchers, trying to stretch my points, I need treats that won’t suck up quite so much of my daily allotment. These baked sweet peaches are equal parts delightful and scrumptious. When you’re needing a healthier treat for your taste buds, this one should be welcomed whole heartedly. (In case you’re wondering- they are 5 Weight Watchers Points Plus per whole peach.)
1 peach, halved with pit removed
2 tsp butter
2 TBSP brown sugar
cinnamon to sprinkle
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Place peach(es) in baking dish. Place 1 tsp butter in each half of the peach and sprinkle with 1 TBSP brown sugar and cinnamon to taste. Bake for 30 minutes. Serve warm and with cream if desired.
Yields: 1 Serving per peach
Recipe Source: The Kitchen Is My Playground
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