I used fat free yogurt and substituted 1 cup of flour for wheat flour. Very easy to make savory or sweet.
Yogurt-Zucchini Bread with Walnuts
Shelia1 Posted: 05/22/10
arisabimat Posted: 08/09/11
Awesome recipe!!!!!!!! I changed it up a little by using half whole wheat flour and half regular flour. I also cut down the sugar to 1/2 of cup instead of 3/4 plus 2 tsp of sugar. It turned out great. I'll def make this again and again :-)
HelenStD Posted: 08/08/11
This is absolutely delicious. I used almost all whole wheat flour instead of all-purpose. Watch the baking time, mine was done to perfection after just 50 minutes. This is going to be one of our favourite quick breads, I expect to make it again and again.
runcantrell Posted: 07/17/12
BEST. Zucchini Bread. Ever. This has been a big hit with everyone I've served it to including my kids. It's reasonably healthy and I'm going to try cutting back on the sugar the next time I make it, as one of the other reviewers did, to make it even healthier. You can't go wrong with this fabulous recipe!
steponme Posted: 03/18/12
Very good, loved the toasted walnuts. Next time I'll the do as another reviewer did and sub out part of the white flour for whole wheat and I'll add just a bit more zucchini.
sumfabgear Posted: 11/15/12
I'm very impressed!! My only change was using Trader Joe's 100% White Whole Wheat Flour. It turned out moist and tasty--not overly sweet. Thanks!
Gail019 Posted: 07/28/12
Excellent recipe, nice & moist, not too sweet. Made a few changes. Used 1 c. all purpose flour & 1 c. whole wheat pastry flour, used 1/4 c. canola oil & 1/4 c. unsweetened applesause. Next time I think I'll add a little cinnamon.
stimply Posted: 08/25/13
For me there is one glaring problem with this recipe and I'm annoyed with myself for not seeing it until the loaves were baking away: the lack of spices. I grated some nutmeg on top and sprinkled some cinnamon. Will try again with spices...it tastes bland without them. Nice and moist though.