Gluten-free vegan peach crisp

I have been into crisps lately mainly because they are super easy. It has become one of my favorite desserts to make over the summer and this gluten-free vegan peach crisp, using fruit that is in season is just plain sensational.

Gluten-free vegan peach crisp | Eat Good 4 Life

I love to use in season produce, not only because it is more economical but because it tastes better and more often times than not you will find that in season produce has been treated with less chemicals to keep intact. In season produce doesn’t have to be kept for weeks at a time.

If you haven’t checked out my in season produce chart I suggest you visit the link. You can even print it out and place in your fridge!

I have another version for this amazing gluten-free vegan peach crisp. I have an amazing blueberry crisp which is basically the same recipe but I used blueberries instead of peaches. This is by far the only crisp recipe you will need. I think this recipe is better than conventional crips recipes. I would take a tastier, gluten-free, vegan version over any conventional one any time, and I think you would too.

Just give this recipe a try and see for yourself!

On another note, I am currently in Spain. To say that I am having the time of my life with my kids is an understatement. I have so far made a few recipes that I want to post here shortly as well as a couple of videos.

Granted, I am trying to make a few Spanish recipes as well, so stay tuned…

I have other peach recipes in store for you as well. I am trying to make some peach cream bars as well as a peach cake. I hope they both turn out good. I just love peaches so I hope you do too!

Well, until my next recipe, stay cool,


Gluten-free vegan peach crisp | Eat Good 4 Life

Gluten-free vegan peach crisp | Eat Good 4 Life

Gluten-free vegan peach crisp | Eat Good 4 Life

You want to find out exactly how I made the gluten-free vegan peach crisp? Watch the 1 minute VIDEO below!

Gluten-free vegan peach crisp | Eat Good 4 Life


Gluten-free vegan peach crisp

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 8 servings

Cook Time: 50 minutes

Total Time: 1 hout 10 minutes




Preheat your oven to 350F. In a 13’’ baking dish add peaches and arrowroot powder. Mix thoroughly and set aside.

In a large mixing bowl, mix the rest of the ingredients until you obtain a cohesive mixture. Spread this mixture evenly over the peaches.

Bake for 50 minutes to 1 hour or until the top starts to brown. Serve warm or as desired, we did with some extra ice cream.

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  1. OMG this looks so good! Do you need to process the berries or do you just throw them in whole?

    • If you use frozen berries they are pretty mush up already so no need to process them at all. If you use fresh ones I would suggest you mash them up a bit with a fork or a potato masher :-) It really depends the consistency you like. I like the berries to be sort of mushy a bit and not whole.

  2. Wow this does look easy. My husband eats a lot of Pb&J sandwiches and it’s so hard to find store bought jam without high fructose corn syrup (I know my mom never put that in her jams). I’ve wanted to make my own for a while now but I don’t have all the equipment. This is a must try. Thanks.

    • This is what I have been making for the past weeks. I mostly use it for the PB&J sandwiches I make for my kids. They love it!! I hope you get to try it soon :-) Thanks for visiting my blog!

  3. The addition of chia seeds is quite wise, I love it! And this jam looks a lot healthier than the one I’m used to!

  4. I love the vibrant color and simple recipe! Thank you for sharing! Have a fabulous day!

  5. Oh boy! I love me some jam. Especially when it’s as easy as this! I’ve still never tried chia seeds. I think they’re still banned in the the EU for human consumption. Weird, huh?!

  6. So amazing! My all-time favorite jam is raspberry jam that my grandpa makes, but it’s loaded with sugar and this option looks just as enticing but healthy!

    Thanks for the recipe!

  7. oooh.. such a gorgeous color. I always keep frozen berries in the freezer, they come in so handy for a smoothie. love this recipe.. never made my own jam.

  8. Lovely work! Would you be happy to link it in to the current Food on Friday which is all about jams, jellies and relishes? This is the link . I do hope to see you there. Cheers

  9. Such a great combination! Do you know if this would freeze okay? Thank you!

  10. Hello, I love raspberry, so tasty and fruity, I have some more in my place, I will try tour recipe just for the pleasure to share so good combination, have a nice day, liên

  11. Great recipe! I usually make a cherry chia jam similar to this but I do honey as the sweetener. I will have to try maple syrup next time I make a batch!

  12. Yumm!! I can’t wait to try this recipe. I have frozen berries, but no raspberries. I’m tempted to mix them. Can this work if I mix the berries?

  13. Could you use strawberries? And would it be the same ratios?

    • For sure. Any fruit of you choice. Just keep the ratios similar :-) If you like it sweeter you can add more maple syrup too but I am good w/ that amt. Thanks for stopping by.

  14. Lovely recipe! I’m going to try making some this afternoon. Just out of curiosity, what is the difference between simply stirring the ingredients together to create the jam and putting it over the stove? I’ve seen recipes both ways, using the same ingredients, so I’m just wondering if there is some difference?

    Thank you :)

    • I don’t know the difference but there is no need to put it on the stove for this recipe. This way is a lot quicker. It is good enough for me :-) Thanks for stopping by.

  15. I am so excited about this recipe. I’ve always wanted to make jam but hated the idea of the pectin and canning. This is a perfect way to make a small batch. I cannot wait to try it.

  16. I just discovered the wonders of chia seed jam last year and need to start experimenting with more flavors! Your combo of raspberry and maple is definitely intriguing Miryam!

  17. my kids LOVE jam, especially raspberry, and I love that you made it SO much healthier

  18. The color on this jam is amazing! I bought a giant bag of those chia seeds too. I couldn’t resist it!

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