Peach Bread with Walnuts

3 minutes
February 20, 2023
Andi GleesonJump to Recipe

We all know and love banana bread, but why limit ourselves to just one fruit? You are going to LOVE this peach bread recipe, and you can even make it right in your blender!

Peach bread with walnuts is a perfect breakfast treat!
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Yeah, that’s right. I made quick bread in a blender, and you can too! No, I didn’t BAKE it in the blender. I just mixed it up in there. You’ll still have to use your oven, I’m sorry to say. If you don’t have a blender, well, don’t worry. A spoon and bowl will work just as well, but I think you’ll love the smooth, fluffy texture you get from blending the batter.

Using a blender to make peach bread gives a perfectly smooth batter.
This peach bread with walnuts is easy to make with your blender!

How to Make Peach Bread

Making quick bread in your blender is SO easy! All you need to do is blend the wet ingredients. Add the dry, and blend again. Then, stir or blend in the walnuts depending on how chunky or smooth you want your batter.

If you need a blender, I like the Ninja kitchen systems. I have one with a blender, food processor, or single serve smoothie attachments, so I can do a lot with it. You can find it on Amazon here.

You can make peach bread with your blender!
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This peach bread with walnuts is easy to make with your blender!

Peach Bread with Walnuts

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You’ll love how easy it is to make this peach bread with your blender!

  • Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
  • Yield: 10 1x




  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray loaf pan with cooking spray, and set aside.
  2. Add drained peaches, oil, brown sugar, yogurt, eggs, and vanilla to a blender. Blend until smooth. (If you choose not to use a blender, chop the peaches to your desired size, and stir ingredients together with a spoon until combined.)
  3. Add flour, oats, baking soda, and salt to the peach mixture, and blend (or stir) again until smooth.
  4. Scrape sides of blender, add walnuts, and pulse until well combined. (Pulse longer for smaller pieces of nuts.)
  5. Pour batter into prepared loaf pan. Bake in preheated oven for 60-70 minutes, or until toothpick inserted into center comes out clean. Allow to cool in pan 5-10 minutes, then transfer to cooling rack to cool before slicing.
  • Author: Andi
  • Prep Time: 10
  • Cook Time: 60

Wondering what to do with the rest of the bag of walnuts? Try this cinnamon glazed nuts recipe! I also have a chocolate oatmeal banana bread recipe you might like to try with the rest of your ingredients.

You are going to LOVE this peach walnut quick bread recipe, and you can even make it right in your blender! #peaches #quickbread #blender


Andi Gleeson, food blogger

Andi Gleeson

Andi Gleeson is a passionate blogger and mom based in San Francisco who focuses on easy and delicious dinner recipes.


6 years ago

I tried this recipe twice already and both times my bread came out mushy. Only to find out that I used baking powder instead of baking soda, jokes on me. I will have to give it a try again and remember to use the right ingredient

Cheryl Gafner
7 years ago

My HERO! You think of the COOLEST things and ANYTHING peach is well, peachy!!! :-)

Michelle | A Latte Food
8 years ago

I’m all about peach season and using them as much as humanly possible! This bread recipe looks amazing! I love that you use canned peaches so this can be made all year long!

8 years ago

I’m crazy about peaches, and I would be so tempted to keep this all to myself! ;)

Andi @ The Weary Chef
8 years ago

I’m not proud to say that I’ve eaten most of it myself because my kids aren’t home this week! Thanks, Dee :)

Amy Stafford
8 years ago

I love that you used a blender to make this bread.

Renee Goerger
8 years ago

Great idea to make a quick bread in the blender. I also have not seen a lot of peach breads. Love this!

Andi @ The Weary Chef
8 years ago

I had not tried peach bread before, but I’m glad I did. Thanks, Renee!

Carrie R
8 years ago

Oh yum! This sounds fantastic! :) A perfect bread for summertime.

Suzie W
8 years ago

Do you think fresh peaches would be okay or would I need to increase the liquid?

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Hi, Suzie! I definitely think fresh peaches will work as long as they are very ripe. Just cut and peel them, and I would guess you’d need about four good-sized peaches. I think the flavor will be delicious if you can use fresh!

Andi - The Weary Chef
8 years ago

Hi, Suzie! I think peeled fresh peaches will work great and will add even more flavor. I would use 4-5 good-sized, very ripe peaches. Thank you!

Suzie W
8 years ago

Thanks, we have a young peach tree bearing fruit. Can barely wait.

Andi - The Weary Chef
8 years ago

I’m jealous! We’ve never had luck growing fruit in our little San Francisco yard. Others around us do it with lemons and apples. We have one sad lime tree that I swear has been the same size the three years we’ve had it. It flowers a little but never produces fruit! We just go to the farmer’s market instead ;)

Suzie W
8 years ago

We never had any luck either until we bought this tree. It is a “Frost Peach” and doing well in NW WA.

Michelle De La Cerda-Nash
8 years ago

Blender bread…what a clever idea, I really have to try it. Love the peach flavor of this, unique.

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