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Nice change from too soft squash. I actually threw these together from with 10 or 12 excitedly chatting people "helping me in the kitchen". I agree that they should be precooked a tad. I also left them in the oven a liitle too long when melting the cheese so that a lot of it ran out. Think I'll scoop out a canoe shape cutting off the ends after. It's a keeper!!

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Bitsie January 02, 2004

This is a new regular at my house. I broiled them for about 5 minutes about 6-7 inches away from the broiler and they turned out great. Just the right amount of crunch and delicious too! I can't wait to serve them to guests. Thanks Mirj!

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Babs in Toyland August 05, 2003

These were very good Mirj! I made them for my low carb breakfast. I might take another reviewers suggestion and slightly cook the zucchini first next time. Thanks for another great low carb alternative!

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Miraklegirl September 12, 2003

Pretty yummy indeed. I love that there are so many creative dishes to the low carb diet. We love zucchini and all of the other ingredients are readily available in our home at all times. We like our zucchini with a little bit of a crunch so this was perfect. Added a dash of red pepper flakes and we were in heaven. Thanks Mirj!

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Just Cher July 12, 2003

Oh Mirj! I really didn't expect these to be so good!I wondered if I should cook the zucchini first, so I did broil them for about 5 mins. before I added the cheese mixture. They were a little dry, but when I added the cheese mix and broiled them for about 5 mins. they came out so yummy! Thanks for a quick and delicious recipe!!!

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Sharon123 June 01, 2003
Appetizing Zucchini Puffs