By Caroline S.
I have enjoyed baking since I was little. However, with some of my family, including myself, having food allergies or sensitivities, we have had to change the way we bake. It has been surprising how tasty the recipes turn out, even when taking out wheat, substituting ingredients, or using different sweeteners. If you have allergies or are just trying to eat healthier, baking can still be fun and delicious.
Now, why don’t we look at a fairly easy recipe contains allergy friendly ingredients. Let’s bake it!
Gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, egg-free, nut free, vegan.
Difficulty level: 2 spoons
Prep time 20 min. Cook time 55 min. Total time 1 hr. 15 min.
Ahhhhh! Warm chocolate-chip bread with about one and a half zucchinis that no one will even taste. This bread has healthy ingredients, but I often forget that when I eat it. It is a perfect bread for a cold winter day.
Baking in the winter is especially nice. It brightens up my day with something fun to do inside while it snows outside. After baking, it is always nice to sit down and eat what you have made in your warm house.
What to bake next?
Do you have zucchini left over from baking your bread? Zucchinis are most often used in bread, however, cookies are another great zucchini treat. If you want a dinner to match your bread, you can also try making lasagna with zucchini instead of pasta.
(Original recipe from sondibruner.com)
Alexia E. B.