Peach and Weet-Bix Muffins

Peach and Weet-Bix Muffins

Peach and Weet-Bix Muffins


These muffins make great use of Weet-Bix, Australia's favourite breakfast cereal!


410g can peaches in clear fruit juice

8 Sanitarium Weet-Bix wheat biscuits, crushed

1 cup wholemeal flour

1 cup plain flour

½ cup brown sugar

3 tsp baking powder

1tsp cinnamon

¾ cup lite milk

2 eggs

1 tsp baking soda

50g butter, melted


Preheat oven to 190°C. Drain peaches, reserve the juice and chop peaches.

Place the crushed Sanitarium Weet-Bix wheat biscuits, wholemeal flour, plain flour, brown sugar, baking powder, and cinnamon into a mixing bowl. Stir ingredients together and add the chopped peaches.

Pour the milk and reserved fruit juice into a bowl. Add the eggs and baking soda. Whisk to mix.

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.

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.


Sanitarium Weet-Bix Crowned King of Breakfast Cereals for the Fourth Consecutive Year in Australia's Most Trusted Brands Survey

Australia's favourite breakfast choice, Sanitarium's Weet-Bix, is champion of the cereal aisle once again after being voted Most Trusted Breakfast Food in the 2016 Reader's Digest Most Trusted Brands survey.

Weet-Bix, a staple for thousands of families every day across Australia, was up against six other leading products, ranking top in a nationwide survey of 2,400 participants which was conducted by Catalyst Research. It is the fourth consecutive year that the 100% Australian owned brand has won the highly coveted title.

Sanitarium Australia's General Manager Todd Saunders said the win reaffirms Australia's love affair with Weet-Bix and the 'Big Blue Box' as one of the most identifiable products on supermarket shelves.

Saunders said "for almost 90 years Weet-Bix has been giving families a healthy start and continues to be a firm household favourite with five boxes of Weet-Bix sold every minute of trade in Australia and a box of cereal found in almost half of Australian homes at any given time," he said.

Jam-packed with goodness, Weet-Bix is made up of 97% wholegrain and provides a great source of iron and B vitamins. As part of a balanced diet, the breakfast cereal is a natural source of fibre, is low in sugar and contains essential vitamins and minerals.