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This totally fooled my husband, daughter, granddaughter, son, daughter-in-law and a few family friends. I had heard you could replace apple with zucchini in pie and crisp recipes, though I had never tried it until now. This is awesome served warm with ice cream or cold by itself.
This makes a wonderful dessert! I used frozen zucchini and halved the recipe, then baked in a casserole dish. Served with ice cream and caramel syrup, my husband had absolutely no idea he was eating a vegetable.
I love this recipe. I even used an old giant zucchini that I thought would be tough and bitter. No one believed it was zucchini. They even argued that I must have used some apple too. The kids were mad that they had been tricked into eating a vegetable for desert. Absolutely amazing.
This is the most outrageous zucchini crisp I and my family have ever tasted. It's delicous!! Not one person I let try had any idea it was made with zucchini not apples until I told them.This recipe is great and I will definitly make this again. I give it an A+
This recipe was beter than I hoped it would be. I will make this again.
This was VERY good. But I agree with other reviewers that there was too much topping and that 2/3 was plenty. Other than that it was really happy with everything :) A+
DH and I absolutely loved the zucchini mixture, but we were not thrilled with the topping. Per DH, the topping was "okay, but not great." As other reviewers have noted, the topping makes much more than you really need (I used about 2/3 of the crust mixture). I would make this again, but cut the crust amounts in half.
If I hadnt made it myself I would have certainly thought it was apple. I did make a few minor adjustments however. I used 1 cup splenda for the zucchini mixture rather than regular sugar.For the crust I only used 3 cups flour and I used 1 and a half cups splenda and a half cup regular sugar ( just to make sure the butter would cut in well, didnt know how it would do with just splenda) and it all worked great. I used a jellyroll pan as directed, only thing is next time I will use 9 - 10 cups zucchini because it just wasnt quite enough to cover all the bottom crust. Will just add a little more lemon juice next time to make up for the extra zucchini. Thanks for an awesome recipe!!!!
I cant believe how good this was. My babysitter keeps my stocked in (unwanted) zucchini, so I was on the hunt for good recipes. This is so tasty and passed off at family reunion as apple crisp. Excellent !
WOW!!! This is sooooo good!! My whole family loved it!! Served warm with frozen vanilla yogurt. Yummyyyyyyy........Thanks So much.....