Fresh peaches are in season right now and therefore it’s the perfect time to make these amazing Peachy Peach Muffins! These delightful muffins are loaded with delicious flavor and are especially good served warm with a pad of fresh butter.
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Ripe, juicy, fresh peaches are always a tasty treat. Last week my parents purchased a bushel basket of fresh peaches at a local open-air market and were kind enough to share their bounty with us. Although I love eating a fresh peach straight from the tree, I also enjoy a fabulous recipe that includes peaches.
Regular All-Purpose Flour
First of all, it’s always fun experimenting with a recipe, so I whipped-up two separate batches of muffins. I used regular all-purpose flour in one batch and gluten-free flour blend in the second batch then placed the batter in two separate non-stick muffin tins. Both turned out well.
Gluten-Free Flour Blend
Peachy Peach Muffins made with all-purpose flour turned out a little lighter, while the gluten-free muffins were somewhat heavier.
It seems this is often the case whenever comparing baked products made with wheat flour vs gluten-free flour. As a result, either version received “two thumbs up” during a taste-testing trial by my husband.
In conclusion, both sets of Peachy Peach Muffins turned out to be moist and loaded with chunks of fresh peaches. Additionally, you can easily tweak this recipe by stirring in a handful of chopped pecans or walnuts into the batter for even more flavor.
Fresh peaches easily bruise and quickly spoil so this recipe is a fabulous way to keep from throwing them out.
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