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

too much baking soda

It is delicious except too much soda. I should have known from the ingredient list, but sometimes I forget that recipes can have errors. Next time, I'll only do 1 tsp of soda. Oh well, with butter or peanut butter it is edible.

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 17 weeks ago

No soda in the recipe - the

No soda in the recipe - the cook's error this time. We've all done it.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 45 weeks ago

Where is "soda" in the

Where is "soda" in the recipe?

Wonderful, husband approved! Super healthy too!

I used regular white flour and I used mini and regular sized chocolate chips. I baked it in a non stick pan and only for 45 min. Came out moist and perfect! Oh so good!

No butter needed

Delicious and Moist Healthy Alternative! I am so excited at how well this turned out. I used applesauce instead of oil and used vegan chocolate chips. SO AMAZING! I even cut the sugar and it still was perfectly sweet.

Guilt-free yumminess!

Used regular whole-wheat flour and subbed applesauce for the oil. It was deeelish! The choco chips are just the hit of sweetness it needs to feel like a treat, but it is actually healthy! Yum yum!

Tastes too healthy

This bread is only decent. I will eat it but I wish I had used a different recipe for my zucchini. I am sure there are other healthy options out there that are more moist. I need it to be a little sweeter. Overall ok; was hoping for better.


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