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Great recipe! It was a hit at a mom's group picnic that I went to recently. I added 1 c. of chocolate chips, and increased the quantities of Zucchini, Oatmeal, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg.

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KareyS August 30, 2009

I wish I could give this 4 stars, but I found these somewhat lacking in flavor. I doubled the cinmamon, added 1/2 t allspice & 1/2 t nutmeg, per others suggestions. I also doubled the zucchini, added some chopped pecans & more like 1 1/2 c of rasins. I'm fine with the "not too sweet", but the resulting cookies were spongy in texture and a bit bland for my taste. Sorry

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LuckyDog September 06, 2008

I doubled the zucchini, eliminated the shortening, only used the egg white, and used allspice instead of nutmeg.

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Chef Jen #1 October 18, 2006

Followed the recipe "as is" - my husband loves them because they are not TOO sweet!! Will make again.

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susanschoolcraft July 30, 2006

Pretty good cake-type cookie. A little bland for my taste. Will double the spices and salt next time. I prefer larger cookies, so this recipe yielded large 20 cookies, baked 12 minutes.

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BriarCraft October 27, 2005

I changed the recipe a little by using margarine, omitting the nutmeg, added vanilla and used choc. chips instead of raisins. Nice soft cookie and still health. Neighbours kids enjoyed them.

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Shar-on September 14, 2005

Cookie was super,the honey worked well,as sweetner,made the finished product not too sweet.I will keep this and make again.Don Steele

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Don Steele August 30, 2005
Zucchini Oatmeal Cookies