Muffins are the cornerstone of everyday baking—at least in my kitchen—and they come together quickly, usually with just two bowls and a spatula. These muffins require a sauté pan too, but they’re worth the extra washing up—they are among my favorites! Ripe peaches, cooked briefly in ginger syrup, are spooned over muffins made with soft, mellow oat flour and minced candied ginger. Be sure to use peaches that are slightly tart and not so ripe that they’ll break apart in the sauté pan. And let them cool before eating the muffins, as oat flour is a bit moist when warm.
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