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I made this on a whim to use up my zucchini in the fridge. This recipe is my new favourite for my B&B guests. I didn't have yogurt so substituted sour cream. It was perfect. I also drizzled a little lemon juice and icing sugar on top good with or without. Great recipe
Substituted a few things to make it a bit healthier: used kefir (since dad is growing them so I had it on hand) instead of yogurt, and applesauce instead of oil. It was delicious. I love the lemon flavor as well as the pistachios. Will definitely make this again.
This was so delicious and moist. I followed the recipe exactly, which is very unlike me. After the first yummy bites I decided to take my leftover lemon juice and make a glaze. It really took this recipe over the top. I brought one of the loaves in to school to share with my classmates and they gobbled it all up, even the people who were wary of zucchini in their bread.
Big hit at our house. When I got ready to make this all I had was vanilla Greek yogurt so I used that in place of the plain yogurt. I made this in to 5 mini loaves (6" x 3 1/2")instead of 2 full size loaves and baked it for 35 minutes. Great taste and texture. This bread rose beautifully.
This bread was a nice change from the traditional zucchini bread recipes. The only change I made in the recipe was the use of lemon Greek yogurt (that was what I had on hand). Also, my bake time was considerably longer than 55 minutes. The only change I will make for the next loaves (yes, this recipe is a keeper!) is to add additional lemon zest and/or juice. I thought the lemon flavor could have been a little more pronounced.