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Zucchini Bread makes a delicious, comforting bread recipe that is full of the nutritious vegetable. This heirloom family recipe is a crowd favorite and freezer friendly too!

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About this time of year, zucchini becomes very abundant around these parts. We love to make many recipes with it from Olive Oil Zucchini Noodles, to Skillet Zucchini, to Parmesan Zucchini Chips as well include it in kabobs throughout the rest of the summer. But there is one way that I love to use zucchini that is always a crowd-pleaser – zucchini bread.

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  1. I love zucchini bread so much. I’m just waiting for some to grow, I’m jealous you already have it where you are!

  2. Seriously, your pictures….outstanding! Zucchini bread…mmhm, I might just give it a second chance after this post!

    1. Aww, you are too sweet! Thanks so much and yes, you should definitely give zucchini bread another chance.

  3. Great pics Robyn! My mom used to grow zucchini and then make bread… sometimes she’d make chocolate zucchini bread which to this day I miss. Great recipe!

    1. Thanks, Kim. Yes, chocolate zucchini bread is quiet delicious. My Grandmother’s recipe for it is one of my all-time favorites. I’ll share it soon.

  4. I have a question – I like to make bread, but often I end up with enough dough for two loaves or make two loaves of bread. How do you keep it fresh and if you didn’t want to make two loaves of bread, how do you store the extra dough properly?

    1. Hi Dixie – I always go ahead and make both loaves and just freeze one of them or share it. I’ve also had some luck with pouring all of the dough into a bundt pan and baking it for a larger loaf. For example, if the recipe calls for baking it at 325 for an hour, I bump it up to 350ΒΊ and watch it closely for the hour.

      I’d love to hear what other members of the Add a Pinch family say.

    2. Solved my problem. Added some chocolate and made “chocolate” bread. 1 loaf eaten with dinner and the other is going to work with me. Would love for you to share your recipe too. Also, I was wondering if anyone has ever added carrots to it?

  5. I accidentally bought too much zucchini for another recipe last week, looks like I’ll be making this!

  6. Yum, looks soooo good!!! I love that it’ll make me two loaves – though we might eat them both at my house!

  7. I like chocolate chips in my zucchini bread. Because you have to counteract the vegetable, right?

  8. Okay, my husband has been asking for zucchini bread for the last two summers. I happened across your recipe today and I think I might try this one for him. Time to run to the Farmers Market.