22 Reviews

I have terrible allergies to eggs and all dairy products. I can't usually eat things like this. Once in a while I try to find allergy free recipes. I replaced the yogurt with firm tofu! It still turned out really great. I shared it with friends and they all loved it. Once they found out it had tofu, they were really surprised, and said they would not have even tried it if they new it had tofu! I also made muffins instead of bread. I liked the muffins better. They turned out deliciously crispy on the outside. Thank you very much for this recipe.

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corkat July 27, 2010

Cooked for 1 hour. I like to let cool completely on wire rack. Wrap in foil for next day. Then it is PERFECT! I would not change the recipe at all, the sugar amount was right on. A good recipe for potluck etc.

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Dessert Rose June 17, 2015

Fabulous!!!<br/>My son has an egg allergy and you would never notice the recipe is missing egg.<br/>My whole family enjoys them. I no longer do a batch for my son and a batch for the rest of the kids like I do with other recipes. highly recommend!

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Cathy D. January 08, 2015

I tried this recipe because I was out of eggs. Delicious! I used 1 cup Domino Stevia blend sugar, added 1 cup craisins and 1 cup chopped walnuts. Only used 2 tsp cinnamon and left out the nutmeg. I made 12 jumbo muffins. They were a hit at home and work. I made another batch tonite. Yum!

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cindyebf October 01, 2014

Good bread, but I modified it a bit to make it less sweet. Only used 1 1/4 c sugar and 1t vanilla. Could even have used less sugar as was still very sweet. Also reduced cinnamon to 2t and nutmeg to 1/2t.

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Joanna B. August 10, 2014

I found this bread a bit on the dry side. I'll use a recipe with eggs next time.

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Jen in Victoria, BC August 02, 2014

I cut the sugar down to 1 1/3 c instead of 2. But, I made this with my class of seven year olds and they all wanted seconds. It was delicious.

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megolas September 13, 2013

My son is allergic to eggs, and I am always looking for good tasting eggless recipes. I have been searching for a good zucchini bread recipe because the recipe I have in my eggless baking book isn't very good. After I tried this recipe, I was so happy because this bread turned out just perfect; moist and light, and not flat, with a crispy top. This is really a great recipe which doesn't use too much baking soda/powder either. It has a nice flavor and texture. I did cut the amount of sugar to 1 cup because I don't like my breads too sweet; it was sweet enough. Next time, I might try it with tofu. Thank you for this wonderful recipe!

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jungsun.im August 30, 2013

My kids loved this! It was easy to prepare. I replaced the yogurt with sour cream and it came out great.

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jannelryan August 15, 2013

I'm a teenager and I eat all animal products, however my parents are vegan. We had some zucchinis so I decided to do something nice for them and make this recipe using vanilla soy yogurt rather then regular yogurt. It worked amazingly well! It was better then any zucchini bread I've ever had, and it's well worth the time it takes to make it. It cooks with a hard sweet crust on top that is to die for! love it!

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viszerra June 26, 2013
Delicious Eggless Zucchini Bread