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WOW!!!!! These were so good! It smelled like Fall season in my kitchen today. These we devoured in one night. I think you could also use diced up bananas or apples in place of the zucchini. Next time, I am gonna use 1/4 less brown sugar. I loved them! but maybe if they were a little less sweet, they wouldn't be so addicting. I kept going back to the pan :( I was very surprised how wonderful these were. I would give this 10 stars if I could. Update: I made this again today using only 3/4 of the sugar and added some semi milk chocolate morsels. It is ok but it came out drier. Wish I would of stuck to the original recipe. Don't skip on the sugar!!!! Another update. I made this again but doubled the recipe in a 9X13 pan. I used half brown and white sugar. I didn't have any nuts so I put raisins. Came out very good. Better than the chocolate chips.

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seal angel June 05, 2012

Absolutely delicious!

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SoupCookie April 14, 2012

Oh my goodness - this is wonderfully moist and bursting with cinnamon flavor! I loved the addition of the nutmeg too (one of my favs). I did have to bake it about 10 minutes longer than called for to get the center set but that is no biggie in my book. I chopped the zucchini using a hand chopper and they were in perfectly sized bits to add to the batter. I opted to use chopped walnuts for the nut addition. Not overly sweet at all which I love as I can not feel too guilty using it as a breakfast treat or after dinner snack. Thanks Mikekey for sharing this recipe in the Photo Tag Game.

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HokiesMom May 15, 2011
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