Looking for a soft homemade bread? You will love this Zucchini Bread, which is perfect for big breakfasts! Bread making is one of my addictions since I LOVE that tempting smell of bread baking in oven. When the whole house is filled with that smell, I feel that our home becomes a real home where lots of family members live in. Right, I miss the times when all my family members including grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins used to gather and have great meals together. My grandma would bake scrumptious breads then and it was a real joy for all of us to have those breads right from oven! You know what? My grandma would make butter too from the milk of her own cows. Homemade bread with homemade butter, can you imagine that? A breakfast to die for!
Who doesn’t love a little butter melting on a newly baked bread? When you know that it’s a healthy zucchini bread, you can feel less guilty!
I use whole wheat flour when making breads and this whole wheat bread is a classic one in our home. I use carrot and walnuts in that one and I wanted to try zucchini and cheese in this one. And it resulted in this soft and fluffy zucchini bread! I can hear you asking how it becomes that fluffy with whole wheat flour. The secret is grated zucchini inside. It gives a super softness to the bread. So I have another healthy and soft bread with whole wheat flour now!
You just need some time to make this zucchini bread since you will wait the dough twice; both after kneading it and after dividing it into balls.
You see how it rises after 40 minutes. It’s ready to go into oven now!
If you love to make your own bread, you must give this zucchini bread a try! You can use all purpose flour too if you are a fan of cotton like white breads. Just be careful with the amount of water then, you might need to use less.
I’m sending this fluffy zucchini bread to YeastSpotting!
We made this zucchini bread last weekend and wanted to double our joy by having it in an open area. Then, completely out of the blue, we decided to have a picnic in our favorite park in Eskisehir. Our last picnic was last Summer and we missed it a lot! Since it was a sudden decision, we didn’t spend long hours to prepare things; unlike a typical Turkish picnic with barbecue and lots of meat, it would be a simple picnic with our zucchini bread, cheese, olives, tomatoes, cucumbers and a little jam with us. And we took Turkish tea in a flask as a drink. It was a wonderful brunch for us and we will be doing it often until our baby comes. I even took pictures of my husband Yusuf when he was taking the picture of this bread and shared it on my “Who am I” page. Check it out!
And here is the recipe for Kabakli Ekmek: