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Zuchinni Bread

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Officially summer is gone, done, over. The school year has begun and life is returning to a scheduled normal. Many sighs of relief can be heard all over town. I remember those days, but I wonder, where did summer go, and how did it pass me by?
It seems like just yesterday summer had begun. And now it is over. I still have a full list of summer activities. I did not grill, did not go to the beach or even cook much these past couple of months. Whew, it's over, though, huh?

I do have a couple of zucchini on the dining room table. Not from my garden, but they are home grown, so let's get started.

Old Farmer's Almanac, Best Home Baking Cookbook, Zucchini Bread.
Zucchini Bread, from The Old Farmer's Almanac Cookbook.

Zucchini Bread
from:  The Old Farmer's Almanac, Best Home Baking
350-degree oven

3 eggs
2 c sugar
1 c oil
1 T vanilla

In a large bowl, beat eggs, sugar, oil, and vanilla until combined. Set aside.

3 c flour
1 t salt
1 t baking soda
1/4 t baking powder
1 T cinnamon

In a medium sized bowl, sift/whisk together the flour, salt, soda, baking powder, and cinnamon until combined. Set aside.


1 Medium-large zucchini, grated to equal 2 c shredded zucchini.

Combine shredded zucchini with the egg/sugar mixture.

Stir in flour mixture until smooth.

Divide evenly into the two prepared 8X4 inch loaf pans.
Bake 45 minutes or until done in your oven.
Let cool in pans 10 minutes, turn out and let cool completely.
Wrap and store overnight before cutting for best texture.

makes 2 loves.

Enjoy!

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11 comments

  1. oh my gosh what memories this brings back,, I would make loaf after loaf in Autumn for school lunches, I would freeze them along with banana and date nut loaves,, this was the very recipe I used as well, thanks for this reminder of such a good time for me,,

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  2. Love zucchini bread. Yours looks wonderful.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  3. I love zucchini bread but Don doesn't so if I make it ...I eat it.....lol...Your loaves look beautiful.

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  4. I feel the same way - where did it go!? We have a last blast if summer today, it'll be in the 90's with the humidity. I'm looking forward to fall weather, it's been a hot summer, but I can't really complain, I mean isn't it supposed to be? LOL! Could use a slice of your lovely zucchini bread to go with my coffee right now. Have a great day Melynda!

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  5. If summer ending means getting to have this bread then I am all for it! It looks divine and so moist. Perfect for all times of the season but more specifically a great way to ring in the new fall!

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  6. I know, right? Before we know it, the year will be over.

    I can smell this bread baking!

    Thanks for sharing it with Garden Variety Wednesday.

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  7. I was just wondering where summer went yesterday. It flew by and I didn't do half of the things I wanted to. Thank goodness for zucchini season to get a through this period between summer and fall. Thank you for sharing your recipe and sentiments with the Gallery of Favorites.

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  8. we had summer for like a week.. now back to fall weather in the northwest.! i like zukes in bread!
    Richa @ Hobby And More Food Blog
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  9. I must still be in denial. We had so little summer weather. And my summer and the last one was so overly busy and not in a good way. I'm hoping for a warm September. But I suppose I'll take what I get. Oh well!

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  10. I love summer with its long days and bright colors, and never want it to go. I don't know why I have never made or even eaten zucchini bread. Your recipe inspires me to change that.

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  11. We had so little summer weather that I feel a bit like summer passed us by here in England too. Your zucchini bread looks delicious. I love that sort of thing - especially with a cup of tea on a cold and rainy autumn day! Thank you for sharing this post with the Gallery of Favorites.

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