The best vegan and gluten-free peach crumble! Made with fresh peaches and an oat flour topping, and tastes delicious with some vanilla ice cream.
I know peach season is technically over, but I couldn’t help but share just one last peach dessert! This recipe is somewhere between a cobbler and crumble, and tastes SO good with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
The peaches are buttery soft, and the crumble topping just melts in your mouth. Seriously guys, it’s a must make!
After dinner, we always want to snack on something sweet. This dessert is the perfect one to have around for that evening sweet tooth, or a delicious dish to make for a crowd.
The peaches are tossed with a little maple syrup and tapioca flour, then topped with a simple topping made from oat flour, coconut sugar, vegan butter and a few other ingredients.
It’s the easiest gluten-free and vegan dessert to make!
The perfect peach crumble
The crumble topping comes together to form a perfectly sweet, cookie-like topping. It’s not your traditional crispy crumb topping, but more like a soft baked oat meal crumb that tastes so delicious.
PRO TIP: mix the crumb topping with your hands to really get that butter incorporated into the flour mixture. It may feel dry at first, but the more you work it, the more the butter will combine with the dry ingredients to form the perfect topping.
I prefer the peaches without their skin, so I boiled mine for 15 minutes before slicing them to help remove the skin. If you wanted to save some time, you can easily leave the skins on and skip the boiling step!
This dessert is seriously so easy to prepare, and such a satisfying sweet fix. You guys are going to love it!