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This was WONDERFUL!! I had just been down to the Farmers Market & gotten some chocolate chip zucchini bread, and since it was a small loaf it went extremely FAST! So I decided to make some homemade bread, with my fresh garden zucchini, and had to find a recipe so of course turned to Zaar! :) I left one loaf out (which didn't last very long) and the other I froze (it freezes very well), I finally pulled the second out of the freezer last night. I had been waiting because I didn't want it to be gone too quickly! lol The second loaf was just as moist as the first one. So thanks for curing my double chocolate zucchini bread desire!! Oh the only thing I did do different (because I didn't have any) was not adding the ground cloves, and I used semi-sweet chocolate chips.
OMG!! If anyone is on the search for the best-tasting zucchini bread around, then look no more, this one is definately IT! Leeannr, I made this bread over the weekend, and wow, wow, wow, this is the most delicious tasting bread! The only change I made was, I didn't have any bittersweet chocolate, so I used semi-sweet instead, and I baked mine in mini loaf pans for I believe about 40 minutes, I gave two away to my neihbour (along with your recipe!), everyone just loved them. Thanks again for another wonderful recipe...another winner. I filed this under my star recipe folder, this was delicious! Kitten :)
This turned out super moist (a little too much so - but then, I'd just picked the zuke from the garden. Next time I will let the grated zucchini sit in a colander for a bit to drain.) Otherwise, great recipe! It is important to let it cool in the pan before trying to remove it (taking it out while still warm will result in breakage like one of the other reviewers experienced). I used egg replacer with no problems.
Very good and moist. Will make it again!
The taste was good and the chocolate chips made it amazing but it broke when I took it out of the pan even though I liberally greased and floured the pan. It was disappointing but the taste redeemed it overall and I'm pleased with the recipe. :)
Unbelievable! So mosit, rich and out of this world. This is certainly a keeper. Didn't have bittersweet, so used semi-sweet instead. Next time I'll make sure to have the real McCoy. Thanks for sharing a devine recipe.
This is a wonderful Zucchini bread. It truly is moist, and very chocolatey. The only thing I did different is double the chocolate chips. I love lots of chips in it. This recipe is a keeper for sure!