Today we'll show you how to make vegan, gluten-free, and sugar-free peach muffins.
These muffins are so wholesome, they will make a great snack for everyone. A single portion has only 210 calories, a whopping 15% RDI of fibres, and compared to a traditional muffin, 1/2 of the saturated fats, and 1/2 of the sugars. Let's see what we did to get this impressive nutritional profile.
To make them vegan, we used flax-eggs, oat milk, and canola oil. So no butter, no eggs and no milk. Perfect not just for vegans, but also folks with dairy and eggs allergies.
We also wanted people with intolerance to gluten to be able to enjoy our muffins. So we made them gluten-free, by using oatmeal instead of wheat.
Eating plant-based food is super, but you know what's even better? Plant-based food made without any added sugars! Our oatmeal peach muffins are totally sugar-free. In fact, all the sweetness comes only from the fruit we used: peaches and dried apricots. With abundant fibres and low-sugars, this recipe is perfect for people on a weight-loss diet, or even those with diabetes.
And of course, muffins are so easy to make. Just follow our simple steps below and you'll be nibbling on these fruity treats in just 40 minutes!