Gluten Free Oatmeal Peach Bread + All-Clad Giveaway!

Ripe peaches and hearty oatmeal add flavor and texture to this moist and delicious gluten free bread.
Gluten Free Oatmeal Peach Bread - The Lemon BowlPeach season is a beautiful thing, isn’t it? One of my favorite summertime traditions is eating a freshly picked peach over the sink and savoring every juicy, messy bite. The floral aromas and honey-scented notes of a perfectly ripe peach are utterly intoxicating and well worth the wait all year long.

Peach Picking - The Lemon BowlSeasonal eating is a lesson I learned early on from my mother who would bring me along on trips to the farmers market or local farm stands while growing up. Despite eating the rainbow in fruits and vegetables throughout my childhood, I struggled with childhood obesity up until my early 20’s when I decided to make permanent healthy lifestyle changes and ultimately achieved long term weight loss success.

Given my first-hand experience overcoming this national epidemic, I am thrilled to be partnering with Partnership for a Healthier America, All-Clad and a group of bloggers to share ideas for easy and nutritious recipes that the entire family will love. As I always say, it doesn’t matter how healthy food is if it doesn’t taste delicious.

Whether you’re gluten free or not, the recipe is 95% the same: simply swap out your favorite flour (I love whole wheat pastry flour) for the gluten free all purpose baking mix. If you’re baking for a classroom or hosting a party, this is a great bread to make that everyone can enjoy regardless of gluten allergies.

Peach Orchard - The Lemon BowlNo peaches on hand? No problem. Replace with diced nectarines, blueberries, bananas or raspberries. By adding fresh fruit and oatmeal to the mix, you add back nutrients and fiber that are often missing from gluten free mixes. Ginger and peaches are one of my favorite flavor combinations but you can use cinnamon if you don’t have ginger on hand.

Ready for the fun part? Me too….

{Giveaway!} One (1) Grand Prize Winner will receive a 7 piece All-Clad Stainless Steel Cookware Set valued at $489.99 and Nine (9) Winners will receive an 11″ Nonstick French Skillet with Domed Lid valued at $139.99!

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Don’t forget to check out these other tasty back to school ideas:

Chocolate & Carrots – Healthy Red Velvet Smoothies

Texanerin Baking – Chocolate Zucchini Brownies

Dinners, Dishes and Desserts – Tomato Balsamic Ravioli

Carla’s Confections – Dried Fruit & Nut Trail Mix

Table for Two – Lightened Up Chicken Salad Sandwich

Country Cleaver – Raspberry Peach Fruit Leather

All Day I Dream About Food – Guilt-Free Fig Newtons

Eat Good 4 Life – Nutella Breakfast Oatmeal

Bran Appetit – Almond Crusted Chicken Tenders

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Gluten Free Oatmeal Peach Bread
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A light and moist gluten free bread filled with peaches and oatmeal - perfect for breakfast or a snack.
Recipe type: Baked Good
Serves: 14
  • 2 cups gluten free all purpose baking flour (or regular flour)
  • 1 cup gluten free oats - old fashioned or quick cooking
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon ground ginger
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1½ cups low fat yogurt (plain, peach or vanilla)
  • ⅓ cup vegetable oil
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla
  • 1 cup diced peaches (thawed if frozen)
  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degree and grease a bread pan with non-stick spray.
  2. In a medium bowl, whisk together dry ingredients: flour, oats, sugar, baking powder, ginger, baking soda and salt.
  3. In a stand mixer or separate medium bowl, whisk together wet ingredients: yogurt, oil, eggs and vanilla.
  4. Slowly add the wet mixture to the dry mixture and stir until combined. Fold in the peaches and pour into bread pan.
  5. Bake for 50-60 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.
Tip: If the bread is getting too brown on top during the baking process, cover with foil and continue baking until toothpick comes out clean.

If you are not looking for a gluten free recipe, simply use regular flour and oats.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 slice Calories: 193 Fat: 6.9 g Saturated fat: .7 g Unsaturated fat: 6.2 g Trans fat: 0 Carbohydrates: 29.9 g Sugar: 13.8 g Sodium: 218 mg Fiber: 2.6 g Protein: 4.2 g Cholesterol: 26 mg

Disclaimer: I was not compensated to write this post. The giveaway has been sponsored by Partnership for a Healthier America and All-Clad


  1. says

    I love that you are teaching your child(ren) how to eat and live healthy lives. I’m sure showing your son to actually pick the peaches from a tree is a lesson in healthy eating that he can’t get anywhere else. :) Also, this peach bread looks fantastic! I love that it’s peach season right now. I’ve already frozen a ton of them to stock up for the winter and this bread is just the thing to make with them! 😀

    • Liz DellaCroce says

      Aww thank you Caroline!! It’s fun to be the parent now and pass down all of my favorite traditions!! This bread is perfect for frozen peaches or anything else you’ve frozen!! We do it with frozen blueberries all the time. :)

  2. says

    For us, a school year is…the end of the crazy summer season. The husband and I will slowly start to introduce healthier foods and recharge our bodies after a summer of endless hours on our feet. I’d love to win this set and cook up some awesome meals for M!

  3. says

    Doesn’t it feel good to go whatever-picking and them come home and bake with it? I feel proud somehow. :)

    And this bread looks amazing! Love that it’s gluten-free.

    And good for you for making those permanent lifestyle changes! Your son and future son are so lucky to have a mother who will pass down that lifestyle to them. :)

  4. margie says

    I love an alternative to banana bread, and peaches are so delicious at this time of year. My husband was recently diagnosed with high cholesterol and I’m trying to get him to eat more oatmeal. This is another way he can have oatmeal so he will be excited!

  5. Jan Johnson says

    We’ve made a lot of good changes already but we cheat too much! I am committed to making more of our snacks from scratch as I used to and eat less processed sandwich meat. Thankfully we homeschool so my kids can’t get away with too much junk!

  6. says

    This sounds wonderful! Always looking for yummy GF breads to cook up. :)

    Healthy changes: We already pack healthy lunches each day, so that we’ll continue. We’ve been focusing more and more on cutting food dyes and artificial colors too, now.

  7. Amy says

    Note to self: buy more peaches! This sounds and looks amazing! Living in Georgia, the “peach” state, it aught to be criminal not to!

  8. says

    Shoot! Wrote my comment then entered & didn’t answer the Q. Here it is: we’ve already begun to implement more healthy changes. The biggest ones are utilizing more fresh, local, in season produce & cooking more. We’ve always bought local produce, but we really stepped it up this year, going weekly and finding the stands with the best produce.

  9. Sarah says

    We are continuing to cut out processed foods this fall. This bread looks like a great recipe to use as a processed snack replacement.

  10. says

    Liz, this is amazing!! Ben and I just went peach picking over the weekend and I can’t wait to take our future chilluns someday to help teach them about healthy habits and knowing where their food comes from, straightfrom the source! This bread is top of the list of things for me to make with that flat of peaches we just picked!

    • Liz DellaCroce says

      I love that I’m not the only northerner in the midst of peach season right now – haha!! Everyone else seems to be past it. :) Can’t wait to see what else you do with yours!!

  11. says

    This looks super yummy, going to have to try it asap.

    We have cut out almost all processed foods and I am trying to cut back on sugars and non-whole grain breads.

  12. Tammy Harrington says

    Cant wait to give this a try, although I have already been adding peaches to the blueberry oatmeal bread, which is yummmmmy. We make extra to have as french toast.

  13. says

    You’re being such a good mother by starting your child (soon to be children!) young and learning how to be healthy and eating healthy and living a healthy lifestyle. So wonderful! This peach bread looks to DIE for!!

    • Liz DellaCroce says

      Aww thank you so much!!! It’s funny, I never think of these activities that way but you’re right – I hope he does remember them and I hope he does them with his kids one day!! xo

  14. Shannon Mattson says

    My daughter will be picking only one day per week to eat school lunch and we’ll be packing lunch on the remaining four. 😀

  15. says

    We’re always trying to make healthy choices and changes. I’m trying to go to the store one extra time a week to stock up on more produce so we always have plenty of it.

    • Liz DellaCroce says

      haha I don’t blame you… I heart my All-Clad pans!! Thank you so much, I know you understand how precious these peach-picking times of the year are here in Michigan!!

  16. Michelle Oriol says

    I have already adopted a gluten/dairy free diet and it has helped my ms tremendously. This year I plan on getting my family to eat similarly and as healthy as possible. My 2 year old lives peaches – I’m excited to try his recipe out on her.

  17. says

    My kiddos aren’t school aged yet, but I am still definitely working on making healthier choices for my family this fall. My littlest is 3 months old and as he’s getting bigger and tolerating more time out of my arms, I’m working on making more of our food from scratch so I can cut out processed food.

    • Kat L says

      I also have no kids, so the school year thing doesn’t reply. I’m on a constant quest for health and improvement and keep trying to get my husband on board, too.

  18. Becca says

    Oh Liz, why must you always make me so hungry with your blog. I think you should send some of that yummy bread my way *hehe*.

  19. Breanna H. says

    We are going to try to cut back on going out to eat and have home cooked dinners more often. Hopefully we can also save a couple bucks while getting healthier!

  20. Sherry Gregory says

    Sorry, the children are grown, and the healthy changes I am making this year are for me, and I am cooking gluten-free as much as possible and more vegetables than ever! Cooking for one and learning all over again…the right way. I have not tried the above recipe, but always love a bread that does not take a lot of prep time.

  21. Marsha says

    We are going to cut down on our Nacho consumption or try to make it healthier. Maybe try using sliced zucchini instead of chips.

  22. meg says

    I want to try to incorporate one new ingredient (or technique of prepping an old favorite) a week – keep everyone open to & excited about fresh, seasonal food!

  23. Mackenzie says

    This year, we are going to try and make more homemade after school snacks rather than buying them from the store. This way, we can make sure that what goes in our snacks are wholesome and not heavily processed!

  24. KAPP says

    Changes I plan to make…less sugar and less processed foods are my main goals these days. Clean-eating is so much easier than I thought and I love how it makes us feel. Everyone in my family seems to notice a big difference…I should have done this years ago! Thanks for the giveaway oppty…I love All Clad!!! This recipe sounds amazing..i can’t wait to try to make it.

  25. Patrick N. says

    This year I will try to have a more varied diet of different fruits and veggies to naturally get my needed vitamins. I tend to stick with my routine of reg cheap healthy food too much. I will definitely give this peach bread a try for breakfast it sounds great.

  26. says

    OH.MY.GOODNESS! Those peaches look absolutely divine! Takes me back to my mewmaw and pawpaw’s farm! They had a fast array of fruit trees and berries, and watermelon, etc, etc. :) <3 Can't wait to try your recipe.

    I am in dire need of some new cookware. We currently have some non-stick that was given to us as a gift several years ago, and it has seen it's last days. I have one All-Clad piece, and I LOVE it! Hope I win! Thanks for the chance! :)

    • says

      I guess I need to answer the question. I pack healthy lunches for my kids. My goal is just to do it more often and not let them buy lunch at school. For some reason, I dread making lunches in the mornings. I think I’m going to involve my kiddos in helping pack their lunches…maybe that will help. :)

  27. Amy says

    We are starting meal planning! dun dun duh. haha. I am doing online courses and my husband’s schedule is so hectic (thanks to the Army) so we make sure we always have the basics around~ mixings for salads and our old stand by~ egg tacos! Now I am trying to infuse some creativity in the mix in a planed way. Also, I am loving all the new recipes for back-to-school in this post. I will have to add items to my shopping list. Thanks for the amazing giveaway~ boy would this help to cook healthy creations!

  28. says

    I wish I had a peach orchard close by–I guess I could have one but haven’t looked! I just love Michigan for all of the fresh fruit in the summer. This bread looks awesome!

  29. Ruth says

    What a great alternative bread idea! Also as a side note All Clad is the best!!! I’ve had my set for almost 8 years and I love them more today then when I got them out of the box.

  30. alice says

    What do you know I have ripe peaches and oatmeal! I wish I had children to teach valuable food lessons, so I will just have to make sure I am being healthy for myself this school year.

  31. says

    When school starts in a few weeks, I’m on a mission to take things slow. I despise rushing but that’s the type of mode I naturally get into once school resumes. I always do better when I slow things down a notch though. Awareness is key. On another note, thank you so much for sharing this recipe. I love that it’s gluten-free and fave!

  32. says

    This looks amazing, and yummm…fresh peaches! At our farmers market here in Milwaukee WI there is actually a farm that comes and sells Michigan peaches! I’ll have to pick some up and try this recipe.

  33. Heather says

    We,ve committed to including raw vegetables (cucumbers, bell pepper strips, etc) in every school lunch and fresh fruit after school every day for snack. The kids are totally on board with it!

  34. Alexandra says

    I am going to start meal planning each week and try to prep all of my food on Sundays so that it makes it easy and quick to create a healthy meal during the week!

  35. says

    oh that looks SO delicious! whole foods market used to make peach muffins and I always crave them in the summer. this just might hit the spot for me!

    Healthy eating is one of the most important gifts a parent can give. It’s sets little ones up for a lifetime of health.

  36. Emily says

    I’m making family fitness a priority! Playing outside more often, after-dinner walks, and sledding in the winter!

  37. Deanna says

    My husband and I are going to bring back healthy foods such as salad, and dinner with more veggies this school year.

  38. Angie J. says

    I don’t have any children but I am going to be moving out on my own this next month. My goal is to continue and actually improve my healthy eating habits in the new environment!

  39. Kristen says

    The healthy change we’re going to try to make is getting my husband and kids to eat more vegetables! I love vegetables, but unfortunately, everyone else in my family has to be reminded to eat them.

  40. Paula says

    First, I love your wonderful recipe above, can’t wait to try it out! I like to take my kids to the local farmer’s market and let them pick out the “perfect” fruit .. when they get to pick it out themselves they can’t seem to wait to devour it! Thanks for offering such a great giveaway!

  41. Kathleen B. says

    Trying to break out of a snack rut. Tired of the kids demanding GOLDFISH! We’re attempting to shake it up a bit.

  42. Miranda Hill says

    We are going to make sure to have all the family members get their exercise in for the day and exercise the dogs daily.

  43. Heather says

    Our commitment is to get rid of processed foods from our pantry. This recipe is great for me because I’m GF! Thanks

  44. Kari says

    One healthy thing we’re going to implement into our routine is Breakfast! We’re so fast-paced in the morning, we never make time for it. Our goal this fall, however, is to slow down in the mornings, enjoy a healthy meal to start a day, and most importantly, enjoy each other before we leave the house!

  45. Tracy says

    No kids, and longtime vegetarian, but always trying to make small decisions like leaving the Trader Joe’s Joe-Joe’s on the shelf or not buying the twin-pack of Nutella at Costco. Can’t always resist, but I do try….

  46. Amy says

    We do try to eat healthy but have our moments. I’m proud to say my kids will try new foods. My son is 12 and trying to make his own healthy choices for his own health reasons but it can be hard. I am going to try to cut out gluten and wheat. I said try…..that is a learning process. I am looking forward to trying the peach bread, I also want that leather tote. :)

  47. Jeffrey says

    During the school year we tend to eat at home more often which is nice because I love to cook and eat at home. With the hectic schedule of school and sports it just fits in better to have meals at home than go out. I don’t eat fast food so that is never a choice!

  48. Stephanie Pearson says

    I am making a commitment to healthy snacks (the kids are required to bring 1 every day). That’s just a start…hoping to kick-start a good (healthier) meal plan as well now that all 3 are in school all day. What else will I do with my time, lol! 😉

  49. Kristy Resciniti says

    Don’t know where my comment went… But keep working on getting the kids to eat more fruits and veggies!

  50. Stephanie says

    I love fresh peaches…probably my favorite fresh fruit! I just had some yummy fresh peaches with my oatmeal. This recipe looks so yummy!

  51. Brandi says

    Yum!!! Liz, would this type of bread freeze well?? I am looking for some yummy and quick breakfast ideas to have on hand for when school starts. Thanks!

  52. Katherine says

    Liz, I think the Rafflecopter widget isn’t showing up when people view this via Internet Explorer. That may be why some people aren’t understanding how to enter.

    • Liz DellaCroce says

      We actually tested it on all browsers in the beginning and it was working but I think it may come and go… shoot!! Well over 6,000 people found a way to enter and it closes in 2 hours so I won’t worry too much at this point. Thank you for telling me regardless!! xoxo

  53. Katherine says

    When we were up in Niagara two weeks ago peaches were everywhere. I think nothing beats the peach-raspberry combo.

  54. Jenn R says

    I love baking cakes with yogurt! I sub it for sour cream as much as I can, for just about everything, too. Healthy change for this year: Making homemade portable snacks, especially granola bars or softer items in ‘brownie bar’ form. The ones in the store may as well be cookies! Hoping to cut costs and calories by packing in items with higher fiber & nutrient content for feeling full vs. ‘energy buzz & crash’. I think oats, oat bran, coconut flakes, pumpkin seeds, dates and other higher fiber items will be prominent in my future experiments.

  55. says

    I always pack my daughter a healthy, homemade lunch, but this year she wants more salads instead of sandwiches. Today, I gave her a mixed leaf lettuce salad topped with chopped roasted chicken and an olive oil, red vinegar dressing. Her lunches are the envy of her friends, haha! Your peach bread looks awesome, btw!

  56. Judy Tutak-Hill says

    This bread looks delicious and peaches are fresh right now. But I love that you provided substitute ideas too!

  57. Janet says

    We’re going to pick fruit this fall! A great outing with the family and a great way to motivate kids to eat healthy!

  58. Meredith Bucher says

    These peaches look delicious! I’d like to try to eat more fruit and pack healthy lunches during the week to save money and eat healthier! The cookware is a great giveaway to get started with healthier cooking!

  59. says

    This is definitely a recipe I can get behind, particularly with the additional GF foods I’m making for my sister. Healthy changes for this fall that have already started? Tons of kale!

  60. Mena says

    I’m really excited to try this recipe as my husband has many food allergies of which being wheat and gluten intolerant is among them (he’s also lactose intolerant, allergic to onions, garlic, leeks, seafood, insulin-resistant, and the list goes on…). Finding pre-made food in stores is out of the question so I make everything fresh for him. Unfortunately, he cannot eat oats either (or barley, rye etc). Could you give me a suggestion of what I might be able to substitute the oats and yogurt with?

  61. Mena says

    Sorry, forgot to mention that I am in Durban, South Africa (may make a difference to products you suggest as they might not be available here). :)

  62. Ellenb says

    Whoa! Made this today. It was so incredibly good. Hearty, homey, not too sweet. A great showcase for peaches. I used coconut sugar and it added a nice subtle flavor note. Thanks very much.


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