Breaded Zucchini Casserole

"Another way to use Zucchini.Tastes like a quiche"
photo by SharonChen photo by SharonChen
photo by SharonChen
photo by SharonChen photo by SharonChen
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photo by SharonChen photo by SharonChen
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Ready In:




  • Mix all ingredients and pour into greased 9X13 pan.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.

Questions & Replies

  1. Does this freeze well?
  2. What can be used instead of bisquick? I don't want to purchase this for 1 recipe
  3. Can the casserole be made the day before?


  1. I left a comment earlier today, and forgot something I wanted to say about this recipe. Besides it being my new most favorite thing, I wanted to let everyone know that this warms up the next day, which is a must for those who live alone and cannot possibly eat all of anything at once. I cover it with loose tinfoil, stick it in a 350 oven for about 10 minutes or until its hot, and its as good as when you first baked it.
  2. awesome! on a side note for cooks like myself. i don't use Bisquick and never keep it on hand BUT i do have self rising flour. it worked perfectly! like some of the other comments i jazzed it up a bit by adding garlic powder, red pepper, and paprika. also i didn't use s&p i used adobe seasoning instead
  3. I made this tonight and it was mmmm, so good. I used a "Bisquick" recipe and made it with whole wheat flour. I also added more cheese and a little bit of garlic powder, pepper and cayenne. We couldn't stop eating it. My fiance kept raving about it. What a great way to use up our extra zucchini.
  4. I like it! Simple, quick, and customizable. I used parmesan cheese & added some Italian seasoning. Next time I think I'll use cheddar with some taco seasoning. Thanks for the divine recipe.
  5. My family loves this recipe. In place of the salt I use a 1/2 tsp of garlic salt and a 1/2 tsp of seasoned salt. I also add a minced clove of fresh garlic. Sooo good!


  1. This is an old recipe. The original recipe called for marjoram and I put either dry or Dijon mustard. It makes a huge difference
  2. Made a pizza variety... Used mozzarella and parmesan cheeses; added diced pepperoni and Italian seasonings and garlic powder; topped with more cheeses and pepperoni last 5min in oven.
  3. I was looking for new zucchini recipe and came across this one. I'm so glad I did because we really enjoyed it and I was able to easily convert it to gluten free. I used Gluten Free Bisquick in place of the regular Bisquick and added cayenne, black pepper, and garlic powder as some of the other reviews have done. Also, because I misread the recipe, I added 1 cup of shredded cheese instead of a 1/2 cup. I will definitely make this recipe again soon.
  4. This was a good recipe. I love it's versatility. One note, though, for those substituting GF Bisquick (especially as one reviewer suggested making a topping)...the GF Bisquick does not have the oil component that regular Bisquick has, therefore you have to add melted butter (best choice IMO) to it and the cheese before sprinkling it on top. Also, it would have been much smarter of me to mix all of the ingredients except vegetables before adding them. Will do so next time!
  5. Subbed some zucchini with yellow squash, and added some ham. We ate this as a meal in itself. Very easy and tastes good! Used Mrs. Dash among other spices.


<p>I enjoy cooking and especially baking.Love homemade bread.I really enjoy trying new recipes.I have a husband and 5 children,so it is a challenge trying to cook to please them all.Some of my kids are very picky eaters.At this time in my life,I am interested in healthy cooking.I lost 70 lbs with Weight Watchers and am trying to keep it off!</p>
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