Celebrate end-of-summer zucchini with a variety of tasty applications. Try grated zucchini in cookies and bread for added moisture, or, stuff between tortillas
for a simple veggie quesadilla.Zucchini is packed with beneficial nutrients including Vitamins C and A, potassium, folate,
and fiber. All contribute to a healthy heart by decreasing the risk of stroke, reducing high blood pressure, and lowering
cholesterol. Get maximum benefits by eating either raw or cooked zucchini and feel free to eat the skin– it's edible.
Zucchini, walnuts, raisins, chocolate chips, and coconut pack in an amazingly sweet flavor and contribute many beneficial
nutrients. The recipe makes 60 cookies so feel free to either half the recipe or freeze extras in an airtight container for
up to a month.
MyRecipes.com reviewers rave that these chips are a healthier and just as tasty alternative to fried zucchini or French fries.
A few of their recommendations include preparing with Romano cheese instead of Parmesan as a flavor variation, serving as
a side for barbecue sandwiches, and dipping in ketchup or Ranch dressing.