So, what did I do with my zucchini?? First I made Preethi's Panzanella. It is amazing food. If you love olives and feta and garlic bread. . . make this stuff.
Then I googled "clean zucchini bread" (Can I get an aside here? I've heard nutritionists don't like the word "clean" when referring to food, because it brings up that comparison of good foods vs. bad foods, but it's SO convenient to know that I can google any recipe with the word "clean" in front and find a recipe that doesn't use any sugar, white flour or processed ingredients. Anyway, just my two cents.) This recipe was really good! Since I avoid dairy, I used almond milk and vinegar instead of greek yogurt (just a T of vinegar per cup of milk I think. . .) and it still turned out great! Oh and I added chocolate chips instead of nuts. Maybe cut down a little on the honey if you do that, it was kinda sweet. Don't use your good honey for baking if you can help it. Buy some cheaper stuff. No need to use raw honey if it's just going to get cooked during the baking process, am I right?
|Can you see the tiny flecks of zucchini? No? That's because this is banana bread, but I assure you it looked almost identical. I forgot to take a picture, so sue me.|