EatingWell Zucchini Bread with Chocolate Chips

July/August 2011

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Here’s a super-simple zucchini bread recipe. The addition of chocolate chips makes it more like a dessert than a breakfast, but you can enjoy it anytime. Skip the chocolate and try it with toasted walnuts or raisins if you prefer. Freeze 2-cup portions of shredded zucchini so you can make zucchini bread all year long.

EatingWell Zucchini Bread with Chocolate Chips

10 Reviews for EatingWell Zucchini Bread with Chocolate Chips

great for muffins too!

I made this recipe but made 12 muffins instead of a loaf (better portion control). Baked for about 18 minutes I think. Also just used regular whole wheat flour since I had it on hand- tastes great- not sure if there would be much difference with the white whole wheat.


Mine came out flat and a bit gummy but it was my fault for trying to make 3 loaves at once! I made 2 loaves with raisins and 1 batch of muffins with chocolate chips, those were my fave :)

Not too sweet,
Very tasty

easy to make, taste great, and healty.

Easy to make, healthy
making right now

I'm making this bread right now, and a tad worried, since i didnt have baking powder on hand, so I subbed in baking soda. Added Ghirardelli dark chocolate chips & crossed my fingers :-p. Will report!

At last, a better zucchini bread

So great to find a recipe that not only doesn't use butter but also isn't greasy because of lots of oil--it just has 1/3 cup. Extra delicious with mini chocolate chips (of course) but still very good without--and easy to whip up.

No butter! Moist! Easy! Delicious!
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Anonymous wrote 2 years 42 weeks ago

There is something wrong with

There is something wrong with this recipe. Much too liquidy. And no baking soda to counteract the zucchini. Mine flopped during cooling and was gummy on the bottom. Please check out the ingredients. What a waste for my zucchini!!!!

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