My new favorite low-calorie dessert-- roasted peaches

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Hoser

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Posted: 05 Sep 2011, 02:37
I made these for a picnic today. I've submitted the recipe to the cookbook, but I wanted to post it here in case it doesn't get approved.

These are incredibly easy to make. One serving has about 75 calories. I like them warm, but they're pretty good chilled as well.


Preheat oven to 350.

Slice a peach in half. Remove the pit and any pit residue.

Spray a baking pan with cooking spray, and put the peach in cut-side up.

Melt a small amount of butter-- about half a teaspoon. Dot the peach halves with butter.

Sprinkle the peach halves with cinnamon and a pinch of ground cloves. Sprinkle with about half a teaspoon of sugar.

Bake for about half an hour, or until the flesh is soft. Serve warm.
JulofDenial

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Posted: 05 Sep 2011, 07:45
That sounds so very yummy, Hoser! As good as baked apples!



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