4 Reviews

I opted to make these in a 9x13 pan. I followed your recipe except for the zucchini part. lol I already had bagged my shredded zucchini in 2 cup portions - so just threw the whole bag in. It didn't seem to affect the outcome as the boys inhaled these. I also omitted the frosting and served these more as a brownie. Very moist and yummy! Thanks for sharing. Made for the Aussie/NZ November 2009 recipe swap.

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Chef on the coast November 03, 2009

this recipe was a HIT at a suprise birthday party last week. Thank you! I noticed, though that directions number three indicates baking powder, but baking powder was not in the ingredients list, so I just added 1 tsp of baking powder and upped the baking soda to 2 tsps. Also instead of carrot, I added two cups of zucchini. I also made it in a stoneware bundt pan. It took a little longer cooking time, but came out amazing! Then I just sprinkled the top with some powdered sugar. Everyone was surprised it had zucchini in it!

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deebs89 August 22, 2011

Made these into cupcakes and then frosted to look like a football for the Superbowl. Everyone loved them and had no idea they were hiding veggies!! Will have to make these again since my DSs inhaled them and they do not like zucchini!! Made for Cook-a-Thon for Mommy Diva.

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AZPARZYCH February 05, 2012

Aussie Swap #32: This little bites are outstanding - my daughter had no clue that they had veggies in them. Nice and moist!

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Mom2Rose September 14, 2009
"sneaky" Chocolate Zucchini Cupcakes Kids Love