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August is Just Peachy: Time to Celebrate This Favorite Fruit

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As we head into August we take delight in and celebrate the peach, which may be the pride of Georgia, but has roots dating far back and away from the U.S.A. August is National Peach Month and from mystical to bountiful, this delectable fruit has been a favorite on many continents.

Peaches originally came from China. They later found their way to Persia. The Romans later called them Persian Apples. Oh, yes, peaches have been around the block and then some.

Loaded with vitamins, a total of ten according to LiveStrong.com, “A large peach provides 570 international units of vitamin A, important to healthy vision, and 11.6 mg of vitamin C, an antioxidant and tissue-builder. Peaches provide lower levels of vitamins E and K.”

Here are some of my favorite original peach recipes:


• 1 Egg
• 1 Cup of vanilla Greek yogurt
• 1 Tsp. safflower oil
• 1/4 Tsp. of Stevia powder
• Dash vanilla
• 1 Peach, sliced
• Butter flavor cooking spray

Mix together 1 egg, 1 tablespoon of yogurt, oil and vanilla.
Spray a nonstick pan with butter flavor spray.
Spoon out two crepes in pan.
Mix remainder of yogurt with Stevia and peaches.
Fill crepes with yogurt mixture.


• 1/2 Cup of quick oats
• 1/2 Cup water
• 1 Scoop of vVanilla whey protein
• 1/2 Cup fresh sliced peaches

Mix all ingredients together and place in microwave for 1 minute.
Add a splash of milk and enjoy!


• 1 Large peach, peeled and sliced
• 1 Scoop of whey protein
• 1 cup of Greek yogurt
• Dash of cinnamon
• ¼ Cup of quick oats

Bake peach in microwave for 3 minutes.
Stir warm apple in with other ingredients in microwave safe bowl.
Bake in microwave for an additional two minutes.
Makes 2 servings.


• 1 Peach
• 1 Scoop of vanilla whey protein powder
• 1/2 Cup almond milk
• 1/4 Cup of coconut milk yogurt

Cut the top off of the peach and set side.
Hollow out peach and cut inside into small pieces.

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