(Please enjoy a glimpse into my thought life during gardening season 😉 )
Garden. Spring planting. Yay, the zucchini is coming in.
Ahhh, there’s SO much! How are we going to eat all of it?
Enter: THIS delicious recipe round-up to make the most of your bountiful harvest!
It never fails, each year I end up with a HUGE harvest of zucchini and even with sharing much of it with others, I still have enough to eat every day, multiple times per day, and enough in the freezer for a year’s worth of pancakes.
“I didn’t plant enough zucchini this year.” Said no one ever. Ha!
I have said it time and time again, that one of the things I adore most about zucchini is it’s versatility.
It works wonders in both sweet and savory recipes. You can’t say that about a tomato! 😉
So if you are like me and LOVE zucchini and are always in need of a few new recipes this round-up is for you!The 10 BEST Sweet & Savory Zucchini Recipes #healthy Click To Tweet
Oh lasagna! How I love thee. Can you believe pasta has been replaced with thin zucchini noodles? Genius! And this lasagna is packed with even more veggies and 4 different types of cheese.
These cookies use whole food ingredients like zucchini and coconut in 3 ways- shredded, oil, and sugar! I usually make a double batch and freeze half for later. As a special treat, I love to let the kids have 1 or 2 of them with their eggs in morning.
Who doesn’t love potato chips? This “healthified” chip recipe is super easy to prepare and are super addicting!
I’m pretty sure a pan of these will make your day better. Maybe don’t eat the whole pan…or do. 😉 You will want to bake this healthy snack even when zucchini is not in season!
Oh yes, spaghetti and meatballs just got interesting! These meatballs are gluten-free and packed with whole food ingredients. Serve them in a marinara sauce over spaghetti noodles or strands of spaghetti squash.
Zucchini in pancakes? YES! Serve these with a dollop of whipped cream or a pour of syrup and you have a breakfast to remember.
Stretch a pound of meat by adding tons of veggies! One taste of this homemade sloppy joe mix and you will never buy Manwich again.
Okay, I know this seems crazy, but trust me! Lauren from Oatmeal with a Fork has created this ahhhmazing salad dressing by blending together zucchinis along with a few simple pantry ingredients. It tastes just like a creamy Italian dressing only WAY healthier!
I grew up eating meatloaf, but this isn’t your mama’s recipe. Unless your mom uses onion, zucchini, flax seed, and oat flour instead of traditional bread crumbs! Did I mention the delicious sauce on top?
Pretty amazing recipes, huh? I know I’m hungry! [wc_spacing size=”40px”]
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