Zucchini Squares

"Very tasty and you can freeze it, great do ahead! Cut squares when partially thawed."
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  • To the eggs add, parsley, oregano, seasoned salt, garlic powder, oil& biscuit mix.
  • Mix well.
  • Add remaining ingredients, stir until mixed.
  • Pour into a greased 9x13 pan.
  • Bake 350f oven for 40-45 minutes or until golden.
  • Cut into 54 squares.
  • Serve warm or cool (I prefer warm).

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  1. Fabulous, the hit of the party. Delicious, easy to make, can probably use other veges besides zucchini such as spinach, chopped broccoli.
  2. Quick and easy. Taste okay
  3. We found these very bland. If I ever made them again, I would certainly add a few more "spicier" things.
  4. Declicious - even my four year old loved it! A definite keeper.
  5. Wonderful stuff... I put a little chopped garlic and a couple of tsps of Franks' Hot Sauce (just in the mood for that)in it and we loved it! Can't wait to make more since we have way too much zucchini this year!


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