Chocolate Zucchini Bread/Cake Recipe

indexIts summer, wonderful summer.  If you have a garden, you have lots of zucchini.   Lots of extra zucchini.

Here’s a great way to use it, Chocolate Zucchini Bread/Cake

Made with rice flour and honey, it suits most palates.

It is light and moist, unlike many rice flour or gluten free recipes.  Mildly sweet.   Enjoy!

 

Chocolate Zucchini Cake

In large bowl, cream together:

½ cup butter

1/2 cup honey

 

Add:

2 eggs

1 tsp vanilla extract

½ cup sour milk   (I mixed plain Nancy’s yogurt and water)

 

In separate bowl, combine:

2 cups brown rice flour

4 Tbl cocoa powder

1 tsp baking soda

½ tsp salt

 

2 cups finely grated zucchini, only partly drained

Add flour mix and grated zucchini alternately to butter, honey, and egg mixture, beginning and ending with flour mix, stirring between each addition:

 

Flour, zucchini, flour, zucchini, flour

Do not over stir.

Bake at 325* in oiled shallow pan (lasagna type or cake layer type)

35 – 45 minutes

Add nuts or chocolate chips as desired

 

 

 

 

 

About Dr. Kristin Killops

Faced with a prolonged and near fatal illness at age 19, Kristin found herself launched into the broad landscape of medicine, from experimental bone marrow transplants and chemotherapy to individualized nutrition and psychic healing. Kristin survived to make medical history and live a normal productive life, including giving birth to four healthy children despite being sterilized from extensive chemotherapy. Her story, featured in Dr. Andrew Weil’s book, Spontaneous Healing, demonstrates the body’s tremendous capacity to heal even in extreme conditions and the miraculous transformations energy healing can have. Kristin became a Naturopathic Doctor in 1985. She later discontinued naturopathic medicine to become an energy healer and trained in Reconnective Healing, BodyTalk, Neuro-Emotional Technique, EFT and counseling. During this time, Kristin also embarked on a deep spiritual journey which led to profound inner transformation and opened the door to more subtle energies and a unique healing gift. When she discovered Quantum Techniques, she knew she had found her calling. It is a highly effective healing modality which seamlessly weaves together the key components to health and all that she is passionate about; energy work, a wholesome lifestyle and emotional framework, removing the toxin load from the body, spirituality and the advancement of consciousness. Kristin lives in Portland, Oregon.

4 comments

  1. This bread is delicious!

    • Hi Lynn. I’m so glad you enjoyed it! I was shocked and delighted myself that a bread made with brown rice flour and honey could be so light, fluffy and delicious. I have played around with the recipe and created a carrot cake version. I made it for my daughter in law’s birthday and even my grown son, who is a bit of a white flour die-hard, said it was the best carrot cake he had ever eaten! I will post it on the QT website soon. Please let me know if you need any food conversion ideas. Blessings, Kristin

  2. This recipe looks wonderful.I can have butter but no milk,do you have a suggestion as to what to replace the sour milk or yogurt with? I do make water keefer and perhaps I could mix that with coconut milk?
    Thank you,
    Daniela

    • Hello Daniela. You could try coconut milk or any non-dairy milk. My mother used to sub milk with a tsp of vinegar for a cup of sour milk in muffins – you could play around with that as well. Please let us know your results! Happy baking; happy treats. Kristin

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