I have been searching for a similar recipe. Frankly, this one is much, much better than the one I used to make when my boys were still living at home. My husband said this recipe was very satisfying, hit the spot. Next time I make this I will make just a couple of small changes. (Hello...it's zucchini season, we will have this a lot!) I will precook the bacon (who doesn't love bacon right?) I will add diced tomato/marinara first then add the zucchini mix (my previous recipe that I lost started that way) and I top the casserole with shredded Parmesan (The really good stuff) about 10 minutes before it's done. Really really good, thanks.
A great way to use up you overload of zucchini.
Except for leaving the zucchini to drain for a whil after grating, I followed the recipe exactly.
This is really a crustless quiche and so easy to make and so delicious to eat.
Except for DH who hates zucchini to the max, everyone loved it.
Thanks Peg for another wonderful way to use zucchini.
Excellent and a great way to use the Zucchini from the garden. I made this as directed but slightly cooked the bacon in the microwave for 3 minutes before adding to the mix. I'll be serving this at my niece's wedding shower brunch next weekend. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT #6 - Zee Zesties 2010 :)
Well, none left. I mean it, this flew off the table like a potato on an ice cream cone. My youngsters ate this so fast, you might of thought it had 'Snickers" in the middle. The only change I made was browning thinly sliced zucchini in the bacon grease, draining on paper towels and adding them right along from there. I used the microwave to cook the inside, and then browned it under the oven broiler for about 5 minutes on low. Terrififff!! Made for ZWT 6 - Zee Zesties - 2010
Easy to put together and delicious! Similar to other breakfast casseroles or crustless quiches, but we like the added veggies, with the zucchini in it. Will definitely make again. Made for ZWT6 2010.
I'm glad to have stumbled across this recipe. It's easy family fare or a delicious & attractive company dish. Even zucchini haters will like this one. Thank you, Leggy Peggy and Ronnie.
My friend Zan gave me this recipe and I have made it several times, it is a winner. Thanks for posting the recipe Peggy, it is definitely worth 5 stars.
Peggypoo.....this took a lot longer to cook...it was in there nearly 1 hour when I left. It was in a 9x13" pan. Not sure if I had 12 oz zucchini or more (3 medium). But it finished cooking, is beautiful & we'll have it for breakfast, lol! BUT!!! IT IS DEEEELICIOUS!! made for ZWT4. xoxo
Really enjoyed this. It pulled together super quick and cooked perfectly. I cut the recipe in half, so it fit perfectly in a deep dish pie plate and it only needed 30 minutes in the oven. Fed 4 people with a side dish. I took another reviewers recommendation and through in some shredded carrot which gave it nice flavor. And only had about 1 tbsp of cooked crumbled bacon so I threw that in and it was enough to give the casserole a nice mild smoky flavor. This reminds me of a bisquik casserole. Made for ZWT4. Will be making again!
Easy to throw together and I didn't even pull out the food processor. Dd loved it and gave it "20 million stars and I don't even like zucchini!" Dh and I thought it was tasty, but would like it better with more zucchini and less egg. One tip--if you don't have self-rising flour, just use 1 cup all purpose flour, 1/2 T baking powder and 1/2 tsp salt.