Peach Muffins!!

Hello everyone, and welcome back to another weekly dose of my tasty treats! haha

Should I open each recipe like that in the future? I think I should lol

Anyway, I know that I’m always excited whenever I make anything new, but these peach muffins really are worth celebrating. If for no other reason, I’ve been wanting to make some of my own for a few summers now! I had an absolutely delicious peach muffin at a downtown coffee shop near where I live back in 2015 and ohhhh, man. I’m so glad that I found a recipe on Pinterest and got to make some of my own!

I changed the original recipe around a bit by substituting the butter for margarine (I’ve found that butter gives me bad acne, which makes me very sad!); canned peaches instead of fresh ones, as they’re not in season yet; and even though I took a picture of it, I forgot to put in the vanilla. I’ll leave it in the list of ingredients, but just know that I made mine without it, and they turned out great! haha

As they didn’t turn out to have a strong peach flavor, my mom suggested that I use peach preserves next time, along with the canned peaches. I’ll have to blog about it when I see how that goes!

The crumble topping was very hard to “sprinkle” on the muffins, and I honestly don’t think it added anything flavorful to them. You could skip this step, or use butter like the original recipe called for, or try out something completely different to crumble on top. I wouldn’t recommend doing what I did; margarine doesn’t crumble. lol

I was able to make fifteen muffins with what this recipe yielded, but it just depends on what tins you use. 🙂

I hope that everyone’s having a wonderful Thursday so far! ❤ Enjoy the recipe.


Peach Muffins


For the Muffins:

¼ cup margarine

1/3 cup sugar

1 egg

2-1/3 cups flour

1 Tbsp baking powder

½ tsp salt

¾ cup milk

1 tsp vanilla extract (still tastes good without)

1 15oz can of canned peaches

For the Crumble Topping:

¼ cup sugar

3 Tbsp flour

1/4 tsp ground cinnamon

2-½ Tbsp margarine


1- Preheat oven to 375°F.

2. Chop up the canned peaches into small chunks and put them in a small bowl. Set aside.

3. In a large bowl, mix the margarine with the sugar until fluffy, then add the egg until it’s blended.

4. In a small bowl, combine the flour, baking powder, and salt.

5. Add the dry mixture to the wet mixture, alternating with the milk. Mix in the vanilla extract.

6. Slowly stir in the peaches with a spoon.

7. Spoon the batter into cupcake-lined tins (or disposable cupcake tins) until they’re 2/3 of the way full.

8. Make the crumble topping: mix the sugar, flour, ground cinnamon, and margarine together in a small bowl. After chopping it up as best you can to create crumbs, sprinkle on top of the muffins.

9. Bake for 20-25 minutes. Let cool on wire racks.


Thank you so much for reading! These turned out amazing, and I can’t wait to make them again and experiment until I get them just right.

Have YOU ever tried peach muffins?

— Maggie

29 replies on “Peach Muffins!!”

I think, “Hello everyone, and welcome back to another weekly dose of my tasty treats!” is a perfect way to start the recipe blogs each week 🙂

I have never had a peach muffin but now I want one. If I had all the ingredients, I would make some today. Probably best I don’t since it’s just me here and I might just eat them all. 🙂 I am tiny BUT I can polish off some food lol.

Thanks for sharing. I was looking at how well you put this together with the pictures. I was thinking how does she remember to take the pictures, at the right times. I’d sit down to write the blog and THEN remember the pictures 🙂

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Thank you, Margaret! Lol, I’ll make sure to start each recipe with that from now on. 🙂
Ah, they’re delicious! I haven’t mastered this recipe yet, but once I do, I’ll have to write another post with the new recipe! It’ll be even better than these.
You’re welcome! I’m glad you enjoyed reading it. Aw, thank you; I had fun putting the post together 🙂 I just take a picture of each step, then choose the ones I decide to use, photo edit them, then upload them to my blog. I love that process! Haha I’ve forgotten to take recipe pictures a few times, but I’ve made sure to remember recently! lol

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I’ve been good. I’ve got to do my treadmill but for some reason, I’ve not done it yet. Now I know why I do it early, if not, I can see how it might not get done lol. I was happy to see you on wordpress. How are things going?

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That’s good 🙂 Haha yeah, exercising definitely takes motivation!
We’ve been doing much better today. As you saw on my mom’s blog, she really appears to be pregnant (not miscarrying), which has been so confusing. I’m pretty sure that this is a miracle baby, what with all that my mom has been to up to this point. I’ve been praying that God’s will be done, even when the odds are against it 🙂

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Yeah we were blessed with this one. We saved and got blessed with a great deal the day after thanksgiving. I did not want to go but it was such a good deal, we went. God blessed us there too. The price wasn’t right so the salesperson had to get the store manager. He had to take us to the cash register to put in his manager code, to override the price. The line was all the way to the back of the store, but since the manager was needed, being that day is so busy, he took us to the front of the line and the next available register. So, we got it for what a couple of months of gym membership was, AND no waiting for hours in line. God loves me 🙂 🙂 🙂

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I was floored because when you asked me to pray, while I was praying, The thought that came to me was why are you praying for her to be better, she’s pregnant. I was going to ask you but didn’t because I know that has been a struggle for her. Then the next day(might have been the day after that) I went to her blog and there’s the pregnancy test, positive. Floored probably doesn’t describe it. I am just thanking Him. And you are right His will be done. 🙂

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Wow. That is beautiful, Margaret ❤❤ The times when I’ve been praying about something, then watched it come true, strengthened my faith sooo much, and I’m sure that this situation did the same for you.

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Haha, thank you! I didn’t like baking for so long, but the outcome (a delicious dessert or meal) is very rewarding. 🙂 You should make these! They’re pretty simple.


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