Week 32, Zucchini Bread

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You know the giant zucchini we picked last week? It was perfect for making zucchini bread. After grating, it yielded about 10 cups of zucchini. I wanted it to be quick so I used a recipe from my Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook, nothing super special. I pinned a Perfect Zucchini Bread recipe on Pinterest but it was too sweet for me. The boys had fun “mixin-mixin”, as Søren would say, and later on enjoying the fruits of their labor. I’m glad they are not afraid of the kitchen. Most days Aiden makes lunch for both of them. Maybe next time we will try these Zucchini Fritters.

Do you cook with your kids? If you don’t have kids, did you cook with your parents growing up?

A portrait of my child once a week, every week in 2014. To see the whole series, click here.

24 thoughts on “Week 32, Zucchini Bread

  1. Funny that you should post this. After seeing your giant zucchini last week I started debating what I should do with my zucchini (we get a CSA box). I decided on zucchini bread and the plan is to make it today! I’m a wuss and adding chocolate though 🙂 haha. Hope yours was as tasty as it looks!

  2. I used to cook and bake and read with my mum growing up.
    One of best memories growing up was when I baked my first cake.
    You have such cute and adorable kids

  3. Yummy! I’ve got zucchini bread in the oven right now, just for me! The rest of the family is in bed and I’m gonna gobble it up because I’m selfish like that 😉 Don’t worry, I have tons of zucchini in the freezer – I’ll have to get the kids to help me tomorrow to erase my guilt.

  4. What cute little chefs. My daughter likes to create recipes that end up so awful that she wont eat them. We wont let her do it ver often because food is expensive but she loves it.

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