• Chocolate Zucchini Bread {almond flour}

    Chocolate Zucchini Bread {using almond flour}

    Zucchini is one of those vegetables that grows like crazy in the summer. And it’s easy to grow.

    Chocolate Zucchini Bread {using almond flour}

    Therefore, I’m thinking that you can’t have too many zucchini recipes. Here’s a slightly decadent chocolate zucchini bread using almond flour.

    And if you don’t normally eat zucchini, but you’re feeling like your life needs some “hidden” green food, the zucchini is well-hidden in this and undetectable. You’ll definitely taste the chocolate though (the important part).

    If you’re more into coconut flour, here’s the chocolate zucchini bread recipe I shared when my coconut flour cookbook came out a few years ago (wow, I can’t believe it’s a few years now!). Chocolate Zucchini Bread {using almond flour}

     
     
    Posted in Breakfast, Dairy-Free, Desserts, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Paleo, Snacks, Vegetarian  |  6 Comments
     
     

    6 Responses to Chocolate Zucchini Bread {almond flour}

    1. Ruth Hirsch says:

      Wait wait….. sounds yum…

      except,

      1/4 cup could not possibly be 74 ounces!

    2. Stephanie says:

      I have been making the bread non stop with the over supply of fresh garden zucchini we’ve been getting! My kids love this bread! I’ve been subbing in up to 1/2 cup of einkorn flour for part of the flour mixture and it is a delicious consistency. 🙂 if there’s any ancient grain lovers out there. Thanks for all your awesome delicious recipes!

    3. Deb says:

      Sounds SO good, but 16 g carb when divided into 10 servings is a little steep for me to count as low carb. Too bad, it looks glorious!

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