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This Zucchini cobbler recipe was soooo good! It even fooled the kids, they thought it was apple cobbler.I substituted the butter with a low fat butter because my husband and I are watching our weight. I thought maybe the substitute would ruin the recipe, but we could not tell.This was our first recipe from this site and we are excited to have found it. Thanks!
I had a lot of zucchini given to me and needed something new to try. I took this to a ladies luncheon at church but did not tell anyone what it was. They all thought it was apple crisp. I even had my sons try it without telling them, they said they were tricked, but liked it anyway. I did tell the ladies after, everyone wanted the recipe It was great!!!!!!
My significant other made this and I cannot believe how absolutely delicious it is! It tastes like the apple crisp they served in the school cafeteria when I was in school. I will definitely recommend this to anyone who is stumped on what to do with all the zucchini they harvest.
Wonderful! I love that this uses 8 cups of zucchini! It is the perfect use for those large, overgrown zucs that you find hiding under the leaves in the garden. I will definitely be making again! Yes people could certainly be fooled into thinking this is apple. I had my doubts when putting it together but the final product is great. Next time, I might add some oatmeal and less butter to the topping so it is more like an apple crisp.
Amazing! Really does taste like apple cobbler. Made some changes: used applesauce instead of pineapple; used dutch apple topping instead of cake mix, butter, and nuts. Be sure to peel the zucchini. If left on, tastes more like zucchini. Tastes even better the next day after the flavors meld. Freezes well.
WOW!!! This stuff is awesome! I didn't have any pineapple, but I had mandarin oranges so I thought since they're both citrus with juice I'd try it. YUM!! You'd never know it's zucchini and not apple!
Surprisingly amazing! When the garden overflows with zucchini I would highly recommend trying this recipe. We tired of zucchini bread, cookies, cakes, and adding it to pastas and main dishes. I seen this recipe and curiosity got to me, I had to try it. I am so thankful I did. It's very easy and tastes delicious!!! Thank you!
My family and I really enjoyed this and we couldn't believe it didn't contain apples! It was yummy both hot out of the oven and cold the next day. I couldn't find a Jiffy cake mix so I used 1/2 of a Betty Crocker yellow cake mix and that seemed to work well. I'll use the remaining 1/2 cake mix in a couple of weeks when I make it again! This is a great recipe to use up our bountiful summer zucchini harvest.
OMG!!! Wonderful!! I had two zucchini that "magically" grew enormous overnight. My family doesn't care for zucchini bread, so I was looking for something to do with them. Saw this and thought, cobbler? This is incredible! I made exactly as written except omitting the nuts (kids aren't nut fans). It's nice getting in a veggie and they have no idea!!!
This was truly a fabulous recipe! Only thing I didnt remove the seeds, those dont bother me, nor those who ate this and loved it. Would taste great with some ice cream!!!! Love it, thank you so much for sharing!