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Cheesy Zucchini Bread Meal Prep 15 Minutes – No Yeast

50 mins Cook
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Cheesy Zucchini Bread that’s out-of-this-world so mouth watering!! With a hint of garlic flavour and lots of cheesy pops, that is a zucchini bread that’s so tasty and moist it can be eaten simple – although a pat of butter never hurts!

Zucchini Bread
Cheesy Zucchini Bread

Cheesy Zucchini Bread

I want to tell you that this is a special recipe I made for Australia Day, that’s these days, Friday 26th January 2018. Being that as I commenced penning this put up, it dawned on me that this tacky Zucchini Bread is inexperienced and gold which are our national hues.

However unfortunately, I need to confess, it’s far by using sheer co-prevalence that I appear to be sharing a green and gold recipe on Australia Day. although surely, everyday readers will in all likelihood point out that the percentages of me sharing some thing gold on a Friday (the color of such a lot of matters tacky and creamy are in reality quite excessive.

And being that I do make a try to take best images no matter how yellow (or brown) my meals are, I inevitably upload a little sprinkle of a few form of green parsley or the like – in an attempt to break up all that yellowness.

So truly, the possibilities of me sharing some thing gold and inexperienced were quite high, Australia Day or now not.

Quick and Easy Zucchini Bread

The zucchini in this quick bread (aptly named as such as it’s made with out yeast, so it’s quick to make), serves a double motive. subtle zucchini flavour plus it makes this bread noticeably moist.

Truly, it serves a triple motive. as it’s hidden greens!!! i exploit 2 jam packed cups of shredded zucchini (2 medium-massive ones). It looks like a widespread mound whilst you first grate it and also you’ll likely be doubting me, however trust. once it’s salted then squeezed of extra liquid, it looks like a far more first rate amount.

I like to layer slices of cheese in the zucchini bread so that you can surely see it, plus you get better pops of cheesy flavour compared to just stirring via grated cheese which appears to burn up into nothingness. The thriller of the disappearing cheese…

Plus, I think it appears proper too. inside and the pinnacle – it’s almost inevitable that some of the cheese will burst through the floor.

And that i particularly love the way you get strings of cheese in a number of the slices. It appears and tastes so desirable!!!

I promised moist and wet you shall get. You do not need butter to scoff down a slice of this zucchini bread, and actually, in case you slather too much butter on, as I did whilst i used to be capturing the video, it weighs down the bread and makes it too soggy.

True story. in no way had that problem with a brief bread before.

I suppose this recipe is ideal for truffles too, because that’s essentially what quick breads are – muffins baked in loaf pans.

You can also try my unique recipes of bread, I’m sure you’ll also love these breads too!

  1. Pumpkin Bread
  2. Hot Cross Buns
  3. Barbari Bread
Cheesy Zucchini Bread Meal Prep 15 Minutes - No Yeast

Cheesy Zucchini Bread Meal Prep 15 Minutes - No Yeast

Cheesy Zucchini Bread that’s out-of-this-world so mouth watering!! With a hint of garlic flavour and lots of cheesy pops, that is a zucchini bread that’s so tasty and moist it can be eaten simple – although a pat of butter never hurts!
prep time
15 mins
cooking time
50 mins
total time
1 hour 05 mins




  • 2 cups grated zucchini , packed (2 medium zucchinis, 380g / 13 oz grated)

  • 3/4 tsp salt

  • 8 slices Swiss cheese (200g / 6.5 oz) (Note 1)


  • 1 1/4 cups / 315 ml milk (any, I use low fat)

  • 1/4 cup / 45 g melted butter , unsalted

  • 2 tbsp canola oil (or vegetable or other neutral flavoured oil)

  • 2 eggs

  • 2 small garlic cloves , crushed

  • 1 tsp white vinegar


  • 2 1/4 cups / 335g plain / all purpose flour

  • 2 tsp baking powder (Note 2)

  • 1/2 tsp baking soda (bi-carb) (Note 2)

  • 1/2 tsp salt


Use a standard field grater to grate the zucchini. measure out 2 cups, area in bowl, sprinkle with salt, use hands to disperse. leave for 20 minutes.
Squeeze handfuls to eliminate extra water and place zucchini in a bowl. Set aside.
Preheat oven to 180°C / 350°F (all oven kinds).
Butter and line a loaf pan (observe three)
place Dry ingredients in a bowl. Whisk to mix.
place wet ingredients in a bowl. Whisk to mix.
Make a nicely in the centre of the Dry ingredients. Pour in moist. blend speedy until flour is included (word 4).
Fast stir through zucchini.
Spread 1/3 of the batter within the loaf pan. pinnacle with four slices of cheese.
Spread with batter, pinnacle with 4 slices of cheese, then end with closing batter. smooth pinnacle.
Bake for fifty minutes or till a skewer inserted into the centre comes out easy. optional: Brush top with a chunk of melted butter.
Cool within the pan for 10 mins then switch to rack to cool. Cool for at least 20 minutes earlier than reducing.
Shop in a container (note five for humid weather warning!)


1. Cheese - I used store bought pre-sliced cheese that is square (see video). It is sold in packets in the fridge section of supermarkets in Australia. I love the flavour of Swiss cheese in this but this will work great with any cheese that melts, though if using mozzarella which is less salty, add an extra couple of pinches of salt into the batter. I like to use cheese slices rather than shredded so you can actually see it and taste it - shredded cheese seems to just disappear and you can't really taste it unless you use loads because it's dispersed all through the bread. 2. I find this recipe works best with both baking powder and baking soda (bi-carb) because the cheese slices kind of weigh down the batter so you want some extra lifting power from bi-carb. This is also the reason I add vinegar - because it gives the baking soda a kick start. If you don't have bi-carb, you can just use 4 tsp of baking powder. You may not get the same nice dome but it will still be nice a spongy inside, like pictured. 3. Pan size - My loaf pan is 23 x 13 x 6 cm / 9 x 5 x 2.5". As long as you have one about this size, this recipe will work fine though it might be flatter or taller. Or try making muffins! 22 minutes in standard muffin tin If loaf pan is smaller, bread will be taller so it will take longer to bake. 4. Don't faff around once the wet is mixed with the dry because the vinegar activates the baking soda power! If you leave the batter for too long, it loses its rising power. Around 5 minutes from when you combine to getting it in the oven is fine. 5. STORAGE: This bread will keep for 4 to 5 days in a container (doesn't need to be airtight) and it will stay beautifully moist. However, if it is hot and humid where you are, I recommend wrapping with a tea towel instead of using a container (because mould loves warmth and moisture and this bread is VERY moist!) and after 2 days, pop it in the fridge just to be safe (speaking from personal experience here!). 6. Nutrition per serving, assuming 10 servings.
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