A weekend at home seems like a real blessing by now. I haven’t been home in 8 months! That’s the longest I haven’t been home in like forever!
I had volcanoes stopping me, snow storms holding me back, and this time I was praying the tube wouldn’t break down/be stuck/be held by various signalling problems. And it didn’t! I managed to get to the airport 40 minutes before departure (phew, 10 minutes later and I would have had to significantly bribe the check-in desk) and embarked on a flight to lovely Luxembourg.
Home. Home, sweet home. I could write pages about it, but I won’t. Not just yet. Three days in Luxembourg are way too short to even think about taking photos for this blog. One day, sooner or later, I will write a whole post about my small country, so patience please.
For now, let’s turn to these lovely breakfast muffins! It’s summer and peaches are everywhere. Don’t you just like to just bite into a crisp cold peach?! It’s heaven. Or quickly cook them with a dash of wine and cinnamon, then scoop over some creamy vanilla ice cream? Yuuuum. Or bake them with some crumble on top? Yes! Name anything and I like it!
So this recipe combines the very best ingredients and techniques to make our lovely peaches the star on your breakfast table. Paired with a cinnamon wholemeal cake, and topped with a toffee crumble, these muffins are the essential summer good-morning food. Enjoy! ★
I didn’t even realised you are from Luxembourg!!! hmm…which is smaller, my home Singapore or your home Luxembourg? 😉 I’m back home for 2 months summer vacation and is enjoying myself way too much. 🙂
Love your muffins and pictures. They look drooling good.
Oh man, you’re in Singapore at the moment?! I am planning on visiting your hometown at the beginning of next year, so hook me up with some great foodie tips! Enjoy your stay!
Oh those do look good. I actually haven’t had any peaches yet this summer – I’ve been too into berries. But you’ve inspired me. I think I will have to double or even triple the recipe though, to keep my hungry family happy!
Yes, make a big batch! I’m always faced with having to eat everything by myself, so I prefer making manageable portions to avoid humongous repercussions 🙂
Hey Anne, Must be nice to be home after your travels! Those look stunning & I imagine would go beautifully with good coffee! I plan on making them at the weekend, but wondered what sort of Oat Flakes you used? Thanks..
Ah Rachel, any pastry goes well with good coffee, doesn’t it?! In terns of oats, I just used some rolled oats from Wholefoods, since you cam choose as much (or little) as you want.They’re bigger than your average porridge flakes, but I don’t know what they were called.
By the way, how did the move go?
oh sweet anne! i’ve missed you so! here i am and see you were in luxembourg a place i also want to visit! we could plan a short trip together! love these muffins peaches and cinnamon = pure love!
Lovely muffin pictures, I am dying to make some more of these with my little boy soon.
Brilliant to see you and catch up a bit last night, hope to see you again soon. x
Dont these muffins look amazing!! Nice blog you have here too!! If you’re coming to Singapore, then head up North to Malaysia!! The food is soooo much better here in Malaysia!! 🙂
Ha, how interesting! I am indeed planning on going to Singapore and Malaysia at the beginning of next year, so you’ll have to give me some tip!
It’s so good to be home indeed!!
Those muffins are absolutely addictive… Love the crunchy top!!!
Great photos as well 🙂
Just found your blog and its gorgeous and full of all my favourite things. Will be back to read more!
These muffins look fab
These look fabulous! Makes my breakfast look a bit dull…
you know i am ready for that post on luxembourg – i can’t wait !! 🙂 but ok, ok, i’ll be patient !! i’m so glad to hear you were able to go home, i am sure it was a blast – and that your family was beyond thrilled. yum to these muffins too, mmmmm.
These look delicious! I love peaches so I’ll have to try these for sure.
Oh Anne, I love this recipe. it is becoming a tad repetitive to come here and say that but your recipes talk to me. This crumble with oats is a favourite and I will ‘borrow’ the idea and apply to a few things that i do every so often. I would love to hear about your country. One day you said..will hold you to it.
I absolutely loved this muffing recipe with yogurt. It looks delicious.
Ooo! These look delicious! I will have to convert to American measurements and make pronto!