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Do you have TONS of Zucchini???


My zucchini plants are always out of control.  I could eat zucchini every day if I knew what to do with it all.  NOW I DO!

Lauren at GoLo Kitchen posted a recipe for Pizza Stuffed Zucchini!  Would you look at that!!!

Add that to the previous zucchini post Veronica did, and I need to add another plant to my garden next year!  Seriously...look at that picture!  I need to go eat...

Also you can shred zucchini and freeze it to make zucchini bread.  I still have some frozen from last year and the bread is fantastic!!  That recipe plus more will be up later this week!
---Hefty One Zip Freezer Bags are on sale at Smiths for $1.00!  Stock Up!!
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Comments

Noelle said…
Now that looks like the kind of zucchini I would eat! (Actually I love zucchini in all forms, but it doesn't hurt to smother it in cheese..)
Tori said…
My zucchini did not do well this year some critter had a full belly from it!!!
Tori
http://thriftytori.blogspot.com/
Audrey said…
Noelle - I know! Cheese makes everything nice. :)

Tori - Any chance your in Utah? You could come over and get some. :) Thanks again for your post! Your awesome!
Tori said…
Audrey - nope to bad I am all the way in TN :)

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