Happy National Zucchini Day!

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The mac 'n cheese was delicious! I love spiralized zucchini. My 'machine' works but it's pretty primitive. :lol: I need to upgrade! :D

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Another zucchini day. :lol: I shredded 12 cups of it to make the relish tomorrow, and 'zoodled' another 6 cups or so for tonight's dinner. I'll mix it with homemade spaghetti sauce. :yummy:

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More zucchini-y goodness. :D

I got the relish made. I’d forgotten how time-consuming canning is! But it was fun to try it. Winchester Winchester Pam, thanks for the tip on cutting back on the sugar. I used about half of what the recipe called for, and it tasted fine.


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Today I made this low carb chocolate zucchini cake. I haven’t tasted it yet, but it sure smells good! :yummy:


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Tonight I’m making this, substituting soy crumbles for the ground turkey. And then I’m taking a break from zucchini! :lol:
 

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Instead of making a zucchini frittata, I used betsygee betsygee 's recipe for the crustless zucchini pie. It was really good! I had no mushrooms. Sauteed about 1/2 pound of buik sausage and threw that into the mix. And added a couple extra eggs. I used my 10-inch stone pan to bake it in and, til it was fluffed up and baked, it came to the top of the pan. We ate about half of it between the two of us and there's enough leftover for Rick's lunch for a couple of days. We had it with some chunky applesauce that I had gotten out of the freezer.

Thanks betsygee betsygee ! Good recipe!
 
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Oh, good! That recipe is definitely a ‘keeper’ for me. :agree:
 
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