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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Zucchini bread


Everyone has their own recipe for Zucchini Bread.  This is the recipe I use.  These little loaves are very moist and amazingly light.

Mix together:
  •  3 cups flour 
  • 2 tsp. cinnamon
  • 1 tsp. baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp. baking powder
  • 1 1/4 tsp. salt
Mix together:
  •  3 eggs
  • 1 cup oil
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 cup white sugar
  • 3 tsp. vanilla extract
Add both mixes together along with 2 cups grated zucchini and 1 cup chopped walnuts degrees.  Bake at 350 degrees .  Mini loaf pans 35-45 minutes.  Large loaf pans 60-75 minutes

33 comments:

  1. They look delicious. My mom always made this bread for years. I, too have a love for it. Great photo.

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  2. This looks so good! How did you know I have zucchini coming out of our ears? I am going to save this one!
    xo
    Caroline

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  3. I'm going to have to try this, your comment about it being light appeals to me. I think it's the little hint of fall in the air (I swear I can see some color in the leaves around town) that's making me crave zucchini bread right now. That and the fact that there are piles of zucchini everywhere I look.

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  4. Those loaves look so light and moist,I can tell before you have cut them! Lovely looking recipe.
    Karen

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  5. Sounds good:@) Sure wish I had the zukes to try it, my plants fizzled this year-bummer!

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  6. This is pretty similar to mine/mom's. Zucchinni bread is one of my favorites - I keep shredded zuccs in the freezer just for it.

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  7. Oooo, they look soooo delicious! I'll have mine with a cup of tea!

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  8. Breads like this are so quick and easy to make and that is one reason they are so great. The other reason they are great is the delicious moistness and yours looks like it would be that way. Get the coffee ready! Shannon

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  9. Looks good! A friend shared some with me recently...always a treat.

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  10. The homiest thing there is besides banana bread!
    xx
    julie

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  11. Oh they look so pretty. Mine never rise that high so I will have to use your recipe. :)

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  12. I love your little loaves. So cute. This looks great for tea.

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  13. I'm so glad to have your recipe! I make this all the time in the fall and winter months...my kids LOVE it. I am currently in the process of shredding all my gigantic zucchinis from the garden and storing packets in the freezer to make this very bread! Nice to try yours! Thanks!

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  14. yum yum yum .... I love courgette bread!! When i was little my mom used to make one with cocoa in it....to entice us...but now I don't need the bribe...I love it!! How little are your mini loaf pans? 1lb? smaller? :)

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  15. I do believe I'm going to have to try this recipe! The zucchini in my fridge would appreciate it ; )

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  16. Victoria, I'm not sure how big my mini-loaf man is. It holds eight loaves. Each mini loaf is the equivalent of a very large muffin.

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  17. Yum! and we've got plenty of Zukes.

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  18. Just bought mini loaf pan and thank you for this recipe; perect for this time of the year. My neighbour just gave me a large zucchini.
    Rita

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  19. i love the picture! makes me wish I liked zucchini!

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  20. hose look really pretty....and thank you! I needed a new recipe to try as my plants are finally giving me the "fruit":)

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  21. Where are you hiding these zucchini breads!Sure I get the MB bagels for breakfast!Your husband.

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  22. Um, YUM! I love zucchini bread! I'm definitely going to try this recipe! :) Followed you back here from Steve's blog - and so glad I did. Hope you'll stop by Color Outside the Lines sometime.

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  23. Mmm - this looks amazing! Do you know if you could use the same recipe for making banana bread?

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    I'm not sure if you can substitute bananas. I have a recipe somewhere for banana bread and I can't recall if there is 2 cups of mashed bananas in it. I'll have to dig around and see if I can find it and do a post on it. Thanks for stopping by and visiting.

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  25. Oooo! That looks sooo good! There's something so cozy about it! That will surely end up on our table this week. I think I'll toss in some JalapeƱos. And whip up some of that delicious looking Gazpacho. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Thankyou for sharing this recipe! Zucchini bread is not something I have ever made ebfore, but with a glut of courgettes, and having made a surprisingly yummy chocloate courgette cake I am keen to try more zucchini recipes!
    Gill xx

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  27. awesome! will be trying this soon! We get zucchinis in our vege box all the time and Im getting tired of doing the same old things to them, this is a great idea, im sure the bf will take these to work in his lunchbox (tho tossing up whether or not to tell him its got veges in it!?).

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  28. Here I go again! Another batch... Possibly the 20th or so only to have it disappear before the weekend ends! And I get barely a crumb.

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