12 Reviews

This was really good! I love that it makes a second pan that can be frozen for a night when I don't feel like cooking. Super easy and super yummy. Thanks for posting!

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KLBoyle July 12, 2012

This was a big hit at Church Potluck with the Vegetarian's and well as others. I have been asked where I found this and I have give them this web page. There was very little left overs. I only used half of the cheese it called for and it was still good.

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Karen2001 January 12, 2012

This is outstanding! Delicious. Filling, but not heavy. This could be made for just about anyone. Our pan is not very large, so I stuck to the proportions, but I did use basil olive oil to brown the zucchini and saute the onions/garlic. I think we could add more of the fresh basil, but it was delicious per the recipe.

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tamalita62 January 03, 2011

This is amazing! I doubled the cheese, and I will also increase the fresh basil next time. Completely marvelous! Thanks!

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Scrivener1 September 22, 2010

Great recipe! We all liked it a lot and felt that it was filling without being heavy. I didn't use quite as much EVOO for the onions (maybe an added tbs to the pan). And I didn't mix the sauce with the noodles in a bowl - just left then noodles in a colander and then poured the sauce over them in the pyrex and mixed them a little that way. Saved a pan yay! It didn't look like that much cheese, but the result was perfect. Thanks for the keeper, bramble!

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lolablitz August 11, 2010

This was amazing! It definitely took awhile to brown the zucchini but it was sooo worth it. I made one to cook the same night and one to freeze. Will definitely be making again! Thanks!

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SweetSabrina January 18, 2010

This was great. Good use of zucchini. I would probably put more in next time. Liked the touch of browning them first. Directions a little confusing, but got through that. I probably will put a shade less cheese. I just thought this much was over the top - save on the fat and calories. What I love about RecipeZaar recipes is that they lend themselves to adaptations. I had some leftover Marinara sauce for which I was looking for a use. I used it in place of half of the tomatoes. I also left out the butter. But I loved it!

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NM Patricia May 18, 2009

Excellent baked ziti and it contains vegetables! I increased the basil to 2/3 C. We love fresh basil and 1/4 C seemed too little for such a large pan of ziti. Thanks Bramble.

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Weathermen December 30, 2008

Wonderful! Important to brown the zucchini and not just cook it.

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1st-Marilyn December 18, 2007

I found this while I was searching for a recipe to use up the extra zucchini in the fridge. I didn't have mozzarella so I substituted gouda and I used fresh tomatoes instead of canned. It came out great and I'll definitely be making it again!!

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sevikazana October 16, 2006
Zucchini Baked Ziti