I wanted to make zucchini bread…and then realized I don’t own a loaf pan. This realization came about after I gathered all the ingredients, shredded zucchini, mixed everything together, turned on the oven, etc. You’re probably thinking “Wow, this chick ain’t real smart” OR “Who doesn’t own a loaf pan in the year 2011?” and I would agree with you on both accounts. But the kicker is that I used to own a loaf pan. It up and disappeared.
So I decided to turn my zucchini bread into zucchini muffins. Thankfully, baker extraordinaire, Kim, told me it was a-ok to do so! Also, once I actually read the details of the recipe, I realized that it gives you the options of making muffins. Ouy vey, all that stress for nothing.
Speaking of the recipe, I love using Punchfork to find recipes. It’s a great tool because it only searches on food blogs and food websites, rather than the entire interwebs. The recipe I used for zucchini bread/muffins is this Smitten Kitchen one found via Punchfork. They turned out moist and extra cinnamon-y and I would make them a thousand more times. Plus, the simple fact that there’s a vegetable in it makes me think they’re nice and healthy. I could be very wrong in this assumption but nonetheless, they’re a perfectly delicious fall snack.
Those look yum!
Yummy! They look really good.
Will you make some for Thanksgiving? They look yummy.
thanks guys, they were yum!!
haha, love it! Thats interesting about punchfork, I’m definitely going to use that some time!