We've drizzled a delicious dose of dark chocolate on this classic zucchini-nut bread for a sweet (and healthy) treat. Bonus: Dark chocolate is rich in antioxidants and can help lower blood pressure.
Zucchini isn't the only ingredient you can use from your garden—give your bread a big boost of flavor by using freshly picked dill. You're just a few steps away from enjoying a slice hot out of the oven!
Even gluten-free friends and family can enjoy this fresh-baked zucchini bread. Be sure to use gluten-free rolled oats and flour, along with Greek yogurt, chopped walnuts, and plenty of fresh zucchini to make this bread a treat that everyone can enjoy.
Make your zucchini bread stand out from all the rest by mixing honey, walnuts, raisins, and granola into the batter. We can't resist drizzling a little extra honey on a slice of this bread before digging in.
Two is better than one when it comes to Mom's homemade bread. We've combined the classics—zucchini and carrot—to make a comforting breakfast.
Applesauce, rolled oats, nuts, and raisins combine with garden-fresh zucchini to make a tasty and hearty loaf of bread.
Creamy bananas add soft, fruity flavor to these zucchini bars, while chocolate pieces satisfy your sweet cravings. Best of all, you can enjoy them for less than 150 calories per serving.
Spiced mixed nuts liven up this golden zucchini corn bread. Pair it with chunky chili or savory tacos for a Spanish-style side.
This recipe proves that the classics are always favorites. When the market is brimming with zucchini, look for the small ones to make moist bread—they're young and their skins are extra tender.
This zucchini bread goes the extra health mile with the addition of flaxseed meal, dried cranberries, and egg whites instead of a whole egg.