Ripe, juicy peaches and delicious soft coffee cake make the perfect summer brunch!

Peach Coffee Cake :: Gluten FreeAs August winds down here a bit, I’m sort of clinging to my last little bit of relaxed, care free summer days. We have had a beautiful summer. I really couldn’t have asked for better weather – it has been a great summer break!

Every mid-August I like to take that last bowl of ripe peaches and make a special weekend breakfast for the family as we start shifting gears to thinking about school. My oldest will be in first grade this year and we enjoyed our coffee cake while talking about school shopping that needed to be done in the next couple weeks.

Peach Coffee Cake :: Gluten FreeIt is so hard for me to grasp her maturity lately – she helped me put the peach slices on the coffee cake this year, and she moves and acts just like a little lady these days.

Peach Coffee Cake :: Gluten FreeI really hope you get a chance to celebrate the end of summer with a fun weekend brunch as you enjoy the last few lazy summer mornings in your home! I would love to know what you are celebrating with – and if you decide to make this peach coffee cake be sure to enjoy every bite!

By the way! We only eat about half of this coffee cake in one sitting – the slices freeze up so great so you can have it again another morning.

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Peach Coffee Cake :: Gluten Free

Renee -
Ripe, juicy peaches and delicious soft coffee cake make the perfect summer brunch!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 50 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Servings 8 servings



  • Blend the butter, sugar, maple syrup, eggs, sour cream, and vanilla in a medium mixing bowl until soft and creamy.
  • Add the rest of the ingredients except the peaches and blend until combined.
  • Spread half the mixture into a buttered 9 inch pie plate (or small baking dish), and put a layer of peach slices on top. Spread the other half of the batter over the top of the peaches, and then layer the rest of the peach slices on the top of the coffee cake.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 50 minutes. Let the coffee cake cool about 10 minutes before serving. Leftovers freeze individually in slices great!
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    1. Hi Amanda! Sorghum or brown rice flour should work – almond flour is a bit “lighter” so maybe don’t use as much though? Start out with half and see how the batter looks – you can always add more if it looks like it needs it!