Zucchini Bread Recipe

Cooking tools needed: Blender, measuring cup, measuring spoons,3 large mixing spoons,2 to 3 large mixing bowls, 2 8×4 loaf pans or 1 8×4 loaf pan and a standard muffin pan(for the kids) & cooking spray.

Oven Preparation: preheat on 325 degrees

Dry ingredients:
2 cups white sugar
3 cups flour
3 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1/2 cup chopped walnuts

Wet ingredients:3 eggs
1 cup vegetable oil
2 cups grated(in blender) Zucchini
2 tsp vanilla extract

1. Pour all dry ingredients in a bowl except the walnuts. They will be added at the very end.
2. In another bowl pour in all your wet ingredients.
3. Begin to add you dry ingredients in to you wet ingredient slowly while stirring ingredients. (you can use a hand mixer but I’ve been using a spoon to mix. Which ever you prefer.
4. After all ingredients are mixed thoroughly, pour in your walnuts.
5. Spray your pans with your non sticking cooking spray.
6. Pour into cooking pans.
7. Place in oven and cook 45 minutes to 1 hour or until done. Muffins may cook quicker than your bread loaf due to the depth of the pan.

Mama Tip: use a fork or skewers to poke in muffins & bread to check if they’re fully cooked. If, fork or skewer come out clean after poking, bread is DONE. If it comes out wet, continue cooking.




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  1. You’ll love it. Our zucchini didn’t do well this year. The last bread I made a week ago I had to go buy zucchini. That made me so mad!

  2. Someone recently told me about the chocolate zucchini bread & there’s a cake too. If you like Bananna bread or carrot cake you would love this. You can’t tell it’s zucchini.

  3. That looks really good1 I’m not cray about Zucchini, but the bread is pretty good. Have you tried Chocolate Zucchini bread? Yum!

  4. We have tons of zucchini growing in our garden right now. I’m hanging on to this recipe and can’t wait to use it! It looks delicious!

  5. my mom used to make this all the time and we would help her in the kitchen…i remember the smell fondly with good memories…

  6. I’ve ALWAYS wanted to try it, but for some reason, I haven’t…yet. The muffins look especially good!

  7. Ooooo, another delicious sounding recipe!!! 🙂

  8. So long as the nuts were left out, I think I’d like this!

  9. YUM! (I’d have to leave out the nuts.)

    Love silicone bakeware.

  10. Strangely I’m not a fan of walnuts but whenever I buy the bag for the recipe I eat them all by themself. If you don’t like walnuts try chocolate chips. yum yum yum. hehehe

  11. It looks great…well except for the walnuts (not a fan of those). Maybe I will give it a try 🙂

  12. That looks delicious! I love zucchini bread.

  13. Yum, yum, love zucchini bread! The muffins are a great idea 🙂

  14. Same here. There’s only so much strir fry or sauteed zucchini I can eat. I also made a smoothie. I’ll post that recipe soon.

  15. omg.. im sooo using this recipe.. my hubby plants more zucchini then one can eat and i never know what the heck to do with it…. NOW I DO!!!!!!! WOOHOO!!!

  16. I have never tried it and I can’t believe it. It looks amazing!

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