Carrie’s Zucchini Bread RoundUp

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It's better to bake than drop!

    It’s about that time of year when the zucchini begin to take over the gardens.

    So instead of dropping them at your neighbor’s door, or leaving them in their vehicle when they are not watching, how about showing them a little kindness and making them something delicious!

 

I have two bread recipes for you.

One that is the traditional way, and boy or boy, it is incredibly moist and tender.

The other is a chocolate version, and seriously, can you go wrong with chocolate?

I really can’t remember where these two recipes came from, but I've been making them for years and have been enjoyed by many.   Now, get out there and SHARE THAT zucchini that will keep your friends being friends!

Click HERE to be directed to the original perfect Zucchini Bread recipe        DSC_0292- zuc bread   Click HERE to be directed to the delicious Chocolate Zucchini Bread recipe

DSC_0313 - choco bread Recipes by Carrie Groneman, Copyright Carrie Groneman, A Mother's Shadow, 2013

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6 thoughts on “Carrie’s Zucchini Bread RoundUp

  1. Every year when my zuc­chini comes in I make up loaves of zuc­chini bread and put them in the freezer. I use up my glut of zuc­chini and have a quick solu­tion when I need to take some­thing with me for a gath­er­ing or get together. It tastes as fresh as when I made it after being thawed and all I have to do is cut the loaf. I will be adding this recipe to my list this year. Sounds amaz­ing and the bread looks so moist. Thanks for shar­ing.
    Bless­ings,
    Shari

  2. We used to live by this won­der­ful woman who brought over her fab­u­lous zuc­chini bread every sum­mer! We’ve moved sev­eral times since then, and I can’t find the recipe, so I can’t wait to try yours! Thanks for sharing! :)

  3. Yea for zuc­chini sea­son! I love zuc­chini bread of any kind and it looks like this year my mom’s gar­den is going to be burst­ing with zuc­chini to make it with! I’m always so happy to see you at The Yuck Stops Here recipe link party! I’ve pinned and stum­bled this post and look for­ward to mak­ing some! See you next week! HUGS

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