Vegan Peach Crumble Coffee Cake


Image by James Ransom for Food52

It’s Saturday, friends, and that means you deserve something sweet. This week, I’m sharing a Peach Crumble Coffee Cake in my New Veganism column at Food52. It’s perfectly moist (ew, I hate that word), perfectly crumbly, and perfectly packed with small bursts of sweet summer fruit. It’s delicious, and I hope you’ll enjoy it.


Image by James Ransom for Food52

You can head over to The New Veganism column at Food52 to snag the recipe. Sorry for the express post, but packing has me busy this weekend! I’ll see you guys tomorrow for weekend reading.


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Categories: Recipes, Cakes, Fruit Desserts
Method: Oven
Dietary Preferences: Soy Free, Vegan
Recipe Features: Meal Prep

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  1. Hi Gena!!!

    Can’t wait for Yoga on Saturday! Do you think I could substitute pumpkin puree for the peaches?! I’m obviously #fallingforfall lol! Let me know what you think! Thanks!

    • Per our chat, I’d do a cup of pumpkin puree and use 3/4 cup almond milk. Try it! Can’t wait to hear how it goes.

  2. Thank you so much for this recipe! I am new to your blog and this is the first recipe of yours I made – first of many, I hope, because it turned out amazing! Kind of a silly question: is the cake supposed to have coffee in it or do you eat it with coffee? I wasn’t sure and added a pinch of coffee, which tasted great in it, too. Thanks again!

  3. Oh, that topping tho! Is there anything better than the top of a crumble? A crumble-coffee cake hybrid is such a divine idea!

    And I’m looking forward to Weekend Reading, per usual. You always find the best articles and blog posts to share! I just started my new blog as a place for me to talk about both food AND mental health, and I’ve definitely been inspired by a lot of the things you’ve shared with us here on CR. I love finding new blogs to follow, and I find so many great ones from your Weekend Reading posts! Honestly! They motivate me to do my own blogging. Especially some of the posts you’ve shared about eating disorders and the like. Today I just wrote a blog post about the detriments of competing with oneself, and I don’t think I would have ever felt comfortable publicly sharing my inner struggles if it weren’t for your blog. I admit things today that a couple of years ago I wouldn’t have told even my close friends and family, let alone the public!

    This is turning into a super sappy comment that has absolutely nothing to do with your gorgeous peach crumble, but I just thought I would share that with you. In short: Your dessert looks amazing, and thank you for your Weekend Reading tradition. 🙂

  4. This looks amazing. Yum. I am in NY and will be going to One Lucky Duck via your recommendation. (And seeing Queen of the Night)

  5. Checked out the recipe, omg, that’s it, I’ve decided i’m going to get fat. Serves 9 to 12, or just one of me!
    Seriously though, thanks for sharing this one, I look foreword to making it.

  6. here are just some things that were destined to go together – things that, while fabulous on their own, when combined increase in fabulocity by tenfold. Chocolate and peanut butter are a perfect

  7. Peaches are my favorite fruit, and this looks like the perfect recipe for enjoying them. I’ve actually never had coffee cake, so I am excited to try this – with a little blueberries and ginger thrown in, too!

  8. Just this morning I was surveying my overstock of peaches and wondering what I was going to do with them. Seemed like a problem that required some coffee – so got that going, logged into email, and what did I find? This perfectly timed post – a peach recipe designed to accompany coffee. Gena to the rescue, once again.