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This had a really good flavor, I used fresh parmesean and olive oil. Baking 30 to 40 minutes, however is insane and the squash will be nothing but mush. I'm above 5,000 feet where it takes longer for anything to cook and mine was done in 10 minutes.

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sales July 09, 2013

Wonderful. I used garlic powder instead of garlic,everyone enjoyed these.

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Pj in Illinois July 27, 2009

These were good, but need more garlic i think. Maybe I will fry them next time too. Healthy!

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Clarisse September 11, 2006

This was a real adventure in healthy eating. I followed the recipe exactly and it did make 5 patties. My DH didn't like the texture of the zucchini in the patties. He thought maybe it didn't bake long enough. I thought it was OK. Definitely serve these hot. They lose something served lukewarm. So have everything else timed to go on the table. We liked the balsamic vinegar/honey sauce. The patties are better with it. I assumed that the sweet potato was raw and peeled before grating. You might want to update the recipe with that notation. I'd make this one again. I served it with Osman's Weiner Schnitzel and watermelon for dessert.

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Recipewrestler July 19, 2004

I THOROUGHLY enjoyed these. We are definitely Vegetable patty/cake people, and this is definitely one I will make again. The sauce was very tasty as well; nothing like anything Ive had before. This is easy, creative, and easy to follow. Thank you very much for the recipe. I think I will make these again, maybe next time making them more fattening by trying to fry them LOL :D Thanks again!

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love4culinary July 05, 2004
Cheesy Baked Zucchini, Sweet Potato Patties