Whole Wheat Zucchini Bars

Total Time
35mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 20 mins

healthier version of an old favorite. adapted from "1001 cookie recipes"

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. preheat oven to 350°F spray a 9*13 pan.
  2. combine flour, cinnamon, and sugar substitute.
  3. in a separate bowl, combine applesauce and eggs. mix in remaining ingredients.
  4. combine wet and dry ingredients and spread in prepared pan.
  5. bake 15-20 minutes.

Reviews

(3)
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I just made these and I thought they were great! I did read the other reviews and added 1 tsp of baking powder and I don't think they were too dense. They are bars so they were nice and chewy and the kids (and I) loved them! And I loved that they had lots of good for you stuff: veggies, the apples and sauce, and the whole wheat flour. Thank-you

mclovin whole wheat November 11, 2009

I just made these and I wish I had read the previous post before I did. Mine were very flat and dense and I wondered if there should've been baking soda or powder in the recipe but it was accidentally left out? The flavor however is really good. I especially like the addition of the chopped apple. I would probably make these again, but add some kind of levening so they are a little fluffier. Thanks for a healthy treat.

zaar mate September 15, 2009

These have fabulous sweet flavor from all the good fruits and vegetables. (I boiled some baby carrots until they were soft. Babyfood carrots would have been a faster way to go.) The texture was, unfourtunately, that of a brick. Being someone who has eaten low fat things for years, it did not bother me too much. But I think next time I'll try to add some baking powder to lighten it a tad. I cut mine into 12 good sized pieces and each was 2 Weight Watchers points. A nice little baked good that stays with you. Thanks so much for posting.

ladypit July 23, 2006

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