April 25th is National Zucchini Bread Day.
I have made Aimée’s recipe in the past and turn to it again and again. She really did her homework with this one. Especially since baking comes as naturally to me as flying does to a fish, believe me when I say that this recipe is a winner. You can see her full recipe research here.
You don’t have to wait for zucchini season to roll around to enjoy this bread. It is possible to freeze grated zucchini so as to have it available whenever the baking mood strikes.
To freeze zucchini, first wash them, trim the ends and then simply grate them on a box grater. Package in 1 or 2-cup portions in freezer bags or freezer containers. Remove as much air as possible from the bag by smoothing it with the back of your hand from bottom to top and quickly sealing the bag. Freeze flat.
Happy Day everyone!
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