Friday, August 17, 2012

Baking Zucchini Bread With Lola

Even though we did not have a big vacation this year, our kids had so much fun with friends and family around. Ms. Burrito had so much fun baking with her Lola Ruth.  I took pictures of them when they  baked  the zucchini bread.
I am so glad that we have great neighbors here.  They are like family to us and they treat us like their family as well.  My kids love  their Lolo and Lola as they let them do  things that are sometimes  restricted to us like getting messy lol.  But it is okay, I guess  grandparents has to treat their grandkids differently than the parents.  
Anne, the author of ‘How To Build Confidence’ blog shared this recipe that she found online.  This post also comes to you with the compliments of pay day loans.  So if you want to   try this recipe, fell free to make it and  if you would, give me a  taste of it  hahaha (just kidding).

Zucchini bread recipe for 2 loaves of bread
3 cups of all purpose flour
3 eggs
1cup of olive oil
1 ¾ cups of grated zucchini
1 teaspoon of baking soda
Half teaspoon of baking powder
Half cup of chopped walnuts
Half a teaspoon of salt
1 1/2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
2 ½ teaspoons of cinnamon
Half a teaspoon of nutmeg
1 cup of chocolate chips (if you like chocolate)


  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. Grease and sprinkle light a light layer of flour on two 8×4 inch loaf pans.
  3. Firmly whisk your 3 eggs in a bowl.
  4. When this is fluffy, add the oil, sugar, zucchini and vanilla.
  5. Then add flour, cinnamon, baking soda, nutmeg, baking powder and salt, (and chocolate chips if using).
  6. Stir all this in with the egg mixture. Divide the finished product into the pans you prepared.
  7. Bake for I hour.
  8. Check with tester to make sure your loaves are finished.
A Spice A  Day # 231-236
 - My quest to update this  blog daily -
August 15, 2012:
  • The Burritos went with their Lola and Lola  in Ohio.  
August 16, 2012:
  • This past week, I couldn't really  blog so much as I am busy with my kids  and other stuff.
  • I  registered them today and  brought their supplies to their respective  teachers.  Our bank account is drained after the tuition fee payment lol.  Oh boy, it's definitely expensive but it's worth every penny spent.
  • The Burritos went with their Lola tonight and had some ice cream from an ice cream parlor nearby.
  • I got used to hubby  being here all the time when was  doing school but now that he is working from Monday to Friday, it feels so weird.  I have a big adjustment this year since both of my  kids are going to school and hubby is working.  The good thing is that, I can do my online tasks in peace while they are away.  I also have time to do other things at home that I couldn't do when they are all here like  organizing and stuff.

5 delicious comments:

Diane said...

Another way to use up the dozens of zucchini I have in the garden!!
chubskulit potatoes are not seeds in the normal way, sorry I did not explain. Seed potatoes are small potatoes that are generally treated against bugs etc that you plant and they grow to plants. When the top has flowered and died down then the potatoes should be ready. See this may explain it better than I can, Diane

LV said...

You are teaching her good habits.

Unknown said...

Fun! We have a lot of zucchinis that need to be made into bread here soon!

HaPpY pInK sAtUrDaY!
Mrs. Sarah Coller

joy said...

Nam nam. Nice bonding time with lola.

Anonymous said...

Looks delicious AND fun.
Happy pinks and thank you for stopping by. Love visiting with you every week.

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