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I think you’re going to love these Peach Muffins. Serve them warm, with a dollop of fresh cream – peaches and cream never tasted so good 🙂

Muffins are so quick and easy to make – you might like to try Chocolate Muffins and Banana and Chocolate Chip Muffins.

If there are any left, freeze them – perfect for a quick school lunch box treat.

Peach Muffins

To keep things simple I use a cup measure.  The cup should hold approx 250 ml/8 fl oz of liquid.

Here goes:

Peach Muffins – Ingredients

  • Two cups self-raising flour
  • Half a cup raw sugar (or white sugar)
  • Approx 100g/3.5oz of butter (or your usual spread)
  • 1 cup milk (I use soy)
  • 1 egg – beaten
  • 1 tea spoon vanilla essence (optional)
  • 1 cup chopped tinned peaches (or you can use fresh)
  • Muffin tray to cook 12 muffins
  • Oil spray to spray muffin tray

Peach Muffins – Method

  1. Heat oven to moderately hot
  2. Spray your muffin tray with oil spray
  3. Put flour and sugar into a bowl and stir
  4. In a separate bowl add butter and melt gently in microwave
  5. Add the milk, egg, vanilla essence and peaches to the melted butter and stir
  6. Add this liquid mixture to the dry ingredients and stir to combine
  7. Divide mixture between 12 muffin tray
  8. Cook in moderately hot oven for 12-14 minutes until golden and springy to the touch
  9. Allow to sit in the tray for a couple of minutes before taking out and placing on a rack to cool slightly

Peach Muffins - uncooked


Peach Muffins - hot out of the oven

Variations and Handy Hints

  • Try these peach muffins served warm with fresh cream – delicious!
  • It would appear anything goes, as far as muffins are concerned – try different fruits – fresh or tinned
  • Of course chocolate muffins are always popular – just add some cocoa powder and chocolate chips to the dry ingredients
  • Banana and Chocolate Muffins are also delicious
  • Don’t over mix the ingredients – the muffins don’t seem to rise as well if you do over mix
  • Muffins are best served shortly after making, but you can re-heat in the microwave to serve them warm at a later time
  • Muffins freeze well
  • Perfect for school lunch boxes

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Jan Littlehales

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6 Responses to “Peach Muffins – in Ten Minutes”

  1. Harry Lynn says:

    G’day Jan,
    You seem to have a gigantic number of recipes in this 10 minute series, and they all sound delicious. Thanks for sharing them.

  2. Hi Harry,
    Good to hear you’re enjoying my 10 minute recipes. There are plenty more to come 🙂

  3. Kerry Lea says:

    They look good. In your handy hints do you mean to add some chocolate chips to the peach muffin mix? Peaches, chocolate and cream sounds good.

  4. Hi Kerry,
    I hanen’t tried chocolate muffins with peach but, hey, it’s worth a try. At the bottom of the post there’s a photo link to my Chocolate Muffins recipe.

  5. Yummo…peaches are one of my favourite fruits.
    Never thought of putting them in a cupcake.
    Thanks for another great recipe Jan.


  6. Hi Cade,
    Peaches do go particularly well in muffins – best served warm of course, not long out of the oven – nice 🙂

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