Very Chocolate Zucchini Bread

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You may have noticed that I’ve taken a break from posting my own recipes lately and have been adding some delicious guest posts such as this one.  Now that school is back in session, it’s hard to juggle everything, so I hope you’ll check out some great guest bloggers on my site and enjoy their recipes.  I will eventually post my own recipes, but I just need a little break from it.  (Plus I dropped 5 lbs. by not testing out recipes all the time and I don’t want to put the weight back on!)  I hope you understand.  :)

With that being said, feast your eyes on this lovely Chocolate Zucchini bread from Susan at Savoring Time in the Kitchen!  Don’t you love her photos?  Sit back and enjoy this guest post!

Looking for a new way to use that zucchini growing rampantly in your garden right now? Search no further! If you love chocolate, as I do, you will find yourself in a state of bliss when you taste this sweet bread.

Turn those zukes that you’ve been trying to give away into something so tasty you’ll want to make extra for your freezer.


After looking at zucchini bread recipes that sounded interesting but weren’t hitting the mark for me, I compiled what I felt were the best parts of several and made my own version. Success!

Maybe it’s not exactly ‘health food’ but the zucchini does give this bread a delicious moistness.

The recipe can be used in your mini loaf pan or muffins cups. I had enough batter for four small loaves and several muffins.

I know it’s going to be hard to keep the lid on these!


A closer look at the beautiful Peggy Karr glass dish under the bread above. I just wanted to show you how pretty it is. It was a gift from my kind cyber friend, Cynthia! Thank you again, Cynthia – I love it! It’s just the right size for a mini loaf.



Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe with us, Susan!  Visit Susan at Savoring Time in the Kitchen and follow her on Facebook and Twitter!

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    Lovely post…gorgeous pictures too! Thanks for sharing Jane. I guess I need to take a break too…I need to lose more than 5# myself! (Good for you – though I can’t imagine you had anything to lose!!) I’m printing this recipe and plan to make some this weekend.

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    Thank you again, for the opportunity to guest post here, Jane! Fall is definitely in the air here in the Midwest. Great baking weather 😉 Congrats on the 5#!

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