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Cheesy zucchini bread

Cheesy zuchini bread

Have you ever had a craving for a delicious homemade bread without the hassle of kneading and waiting for it to rise? Guess what I found, the recipe for just such a wondrous treat. I stumbled upon this amazing recipe by accident, and it's perfect for when you’re in the mood for some homemade crusty goodness but just want that simple, fuss-free baking experience.! This cheesy zucchini bread is the ultimate comfort food. Packed with zucchini, and cheese, and filled with flavour, it's a hearty loaf that can be enjoyed with just butter or your favourite savory toppings. The best part? You probably have all the ingredients at home already! I couldn't believe my luck when I found this recipe while browsing the internet for something entirely unrelated. It was as if the universe was listening to my bread cravings! Now, if only it would fulfill my dreams of winning a million (or 3) dollars too... So, without further ado, I present to you this, scrumptious, and tasty zucchini cheese bread. Get ready to indulge in a slice of delight!

Please note: Rule of baking is that usually you add wet ingredients to dry ingredients but I was so excited that I did it the other way around and I wasn’t going to re film, sorry.


170g zucchini grated

100g cheder grated cheese or your favourite cheese

50g Parmesan grated cheese

1 &3/4 cup all purpose flour

2 teaspoons baking powder

1 teaspoon onion powder

1 teaspoon garlic powder

1 teaspoon salt

2 eggs

2/3 cup sour cream

60g butter melted


Pre heat oven to 180C

Sift flour into a bowl. Add baking powder, onion powder, garlic powder and salt. Give it a good stir and set aside.

In a separate bowl, using a handheld mixer, beat eggs for roughly 3-4 minutes, mix in sour cream and mix until incorporated. In a slow and steady stream, mix in melted butter until thoroughly combined.

Stir in grated cheddar, grated parmesan and zucchini, stir until well combined.

Add wet ingredients to flour and with a spatula stir until combined. You may need to use your hands as the flour absorbs the wet mixture.

Grease a rectangular baking tin and transfer dough to tin.

Bake for 50 min or until skewer comes out clean and bread is golden in colour.

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