Vegan Peach Muffins is what happens when I made an impulse buy of a flat of “seconds” peaches. Unfortunately, a few were bruised and the whole lot started turning quickly. I was going to make a rustic peach tart, but decided to do something different like muffins. Vegan, With Bisquick.
Bisquick is Vegan.
I didn’t realize that Bisquick was vegan. Crazy, right? That’s good news. Not all varieties of Bisquick are vegan so make sure you check. I used Bisquick Original or as the box says, “pancake and baking mix.”
Vegan or Not.
The nice thing about this recipe for these Vegan Peach Muffins is it is super simple and you can swap planted-based ingredients with animal-based ones not effecting the favor. I swapped the egg for a flax egg (1 tablespoon ground flax and 3 tablespoons water mixed together then let gel for 10 minutes). I used Miyoko’s Creamery European Style Cultured Vegan Butter Unsalted which is crafted for baking and unsweetened oak milk. The toughest part of the recipe is peeling the skins off the peaches, but it is well worth the effort.
If you like the Vegan Peach Muffins, then try my vegan banana bread which is huge family favorite.