Isa Chandra Moskowitz
Isa Chandra Moskowitz has been cooking up a vegan storm for decades. She is the author of seven cookbooks, including Veganomicon and Appetite for Reduction. A Brooklyn native, she now lives in Omaha, Nebraska, where she spreads vegan cooking love and does feral cat rescue work.see more from this author
They turned out perfect and required 25 minutes in my toaster oven. I used canned apricots and they turned out delicious. Next time I may add a few pecan pieces or some candied ginger
The recipe worked great! Reading the comments, I have chopped and cooked gently my 3 big peaches first. Used the excess liquid with the plant-based milk, up to the required quantity.
I should also point out that I used wheat flour and a quarter cup of almond flour because I didn’t have spelt flour. Use what you have, right?
Brushing the tops with sugar gives them an extra sweet required.
Thanks Isa for the recipe.
I, too, experienced that a much longer cooking time was necessary. I pulled them at 50 minutes but they could have gone longer. I would suggest a modification in the published recipe.
I’m guessing the extra moisture is coming from the peaches. I live in California and the local ripe peaches are to die for this time of year. But they are larger than I think the recipe writer is familiar with. I bought 4 peaches, but I was at 2 cups after 2 peaches. They were very thinly sliced. Again, perhaps a recipe modification would clarify.
Made this recipe & had high hopes. But dough didn’t cook around peaches (gooey and muffin didn’t hold together) despite cooking for extra time 30 minutes and leaving in pan to cool. I did slice peaches extra thin. Any suggestions?
Can a gluten free flour be used?
When baking, spelt flour can often be substituted with other gluten-free flours. Coconut flour, almond meal, and oat bran are all great substitutes that will result in a similar texture and flavor. If you are looking for a more subtle flavor, rice flour can also be used as a substitute
Would date sugar work??
I use 1/2 cup date paste and it’s great (not as sweet but we like it)
Can you use any other kind of flour?
When baking, spelt flour can often be substituted with other gluten-free flours. Coconut flour, almond meal, and oat bran are all great substitutes that will result in a similar texture and flavor. If you are looking for a more subtle flavor, rice flour can also be used as a substitute.