Peach Streusel Muffins

My daughter loves peaches so I thought I would make her some peach muffins.  Peach streusel muffins to be exact.  Because muffins are always better with a streusel topping right?  These peach streusel muffins are made healthier.  In fact, the muffins itself has very little added sugar.  I used diced and pureed peaches to sweeten these.  The peach puree also kept these muffins super moist without the need for oil.  If you like these muffins, you may also like these and these.

peach streusel muffins

The only time I used oil in the recipe was in the streusel topping.  Even then it was only 1 tablespoon.  These peach muffins are vegan and gluten free.  I hope you enjoy them!  These muffins freeze well, so make a double batch if you wish. 🙂

Peach Streusel Muffins

Peach Streusel Muffins

Prep Time 10 min Cook Time 15 min Serves 6 large muffins or 12 standard muffins     adjust servings

Peach puree helps keep these muffins extra moist and delicious!

Ingredients

    For the muffins

    For the streusel topping

    Instructions

    1. Preheat oven to 350.
    2. In a small blender or food processor , puree 1 of the peaches. Dice the other peach with a knife.
    3. Mix all dry ingredients in one bowl .
    4. Mix wet in another bowl .
    5. Add wet to dry and mix until combined.
    6. Fold in the diced peaches.
    7. Spoon batter into lined muffin cups. I used silicone muffin cups for mine. If you are using paper liners, then you might need to grease them. I had a few people say that the muffins stuck to paper liners.
    8. To make the topping, mix all 3 ingredients in a blender or food processor. Just pulse enough to get them to clump together. You may even be able to mix them by hand.
    9. Once all the batter is spooned into the cups, add the streusel topping to each muffin. I gently pressed the topping into the tops of the muffins so it would stick.
    10. If you are making standard sized muffins , bake for about 12-14 minutes. If you are making jumbo muffins bake for about 20 minutes.
    11. Use a toothpick and check to see if it comes out clean. That is how you will know they are done.

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    Recipe Notes

    Store these muffins in the fridge or freezer. They should last at least a week in the fridge and much longer in the freezer. Enjoy!

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    22 thoughts to “Peach Streusel Muffins”

    1. I made these this morning and they are delicious. Unfortunately, mine stuck to the paper muffin cup liners, but I am enjoying what I can break free!!
      1. Oh no! I used silicone liners with no issue. Maybe I will edit the post. I could mention that paper liners need to be greased. I am so glad you like the flavor! :)
    2. I made these this morning. Very easy and they are great. I think I will try real eggs next time just to see the difference and add some protein. Thanks!!
        1. I made them with half almond pulp (ground into flour) and oat flour. Absolutely perfect and yummy! Thanks!! Your recipes are the BEST!
    3. I made these muffins tonight and OMG! These were so amazing! The texture was perfect, just the right amount of sweetness. A wonderful recipe for sweet summer peaches. My only complaint... I'm gonna eat the whole batch by myself!!! Thanks for a super easy recipe that will become a staple at my house.
    4. Do you think these would make donuts? And if I just pureed both peaches, would that work? My kiddo has a weird "cooked fruit" texture issue. :)
    5. Do you happen to have calorie information on any of the muffins? If you do have it somewhere, sorry, I can't find it
    6. These are dense thick muffins with little taste....I made them twice to be sure I followed the recipe to a t. I am super disappointed that I wasted the time and ingredients to make these...TWICE!!! Please modify your recipe to be fluffy and taste good!
      1. I am sorry you didn't like them, but they are a huge reader fave. I do understand not every recipe will be a hit with everyone. Do you think your baking powder could have been old?
    7. Hi - I have frozen sliced peaches in my freezer from the summer and wondered if you could estimate how many cups I would use to approximate the 2 peaches you use? Thanks!

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