Homemade Zucchini Cobbler


Zucchini cobbler

What do you do when one of the most prolific players in your garden game becomes unmanageable?

It happens to all of us who like to garden – we plant a few zucchini seeds in the spring and marvel when they start to produce. We get out the spiralizer to make zoodles, shred them for breads, roast them with onions, fry them, and even hide them in brownies. And then, seemingly overnight, these cute little versatile veggies become huge 7-pound monsters that take over our garden. (Cue the scary music.)

Basket of large zucchinis

What then? Throw them away? Add them to your compost pile? Place them on your neighbor’s front porch, ring the doorbell and run?

Happily, you don’t have to do any of that because we have the perfect win-win solution. Use those gigantic squash in this delicious dessert that is not only easy to make but will leave your friends and family swearing up and down that you made this cobbler from apples and not zucchini.

We’re here to tell you that you truly won’t believe your taste buds when you eat this cobbler.

zucchini cobbler
zucchini cobbler

Click here for the recipe.

When you take your first bite, you’re going to have to remind your taste buds that you peeled and diced those zucchinis with your own hands because you’re going to swear this is an apple cobbler. We’ll try not to say “we told you so.” Enjoy!

Happy Zucchinis!

Beth

About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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2 Responses to Homemade Zucchini Cobbler

  1. Karey says:

    Looks good. I do the same with chokos. Apples are sour, whereas both zucchini and chokos are bland, non-acidic squashes. The key is the lemon juice. I didn’t have recipe so just kept adding it to cooking chokos until they tasted right.

  2. This looks good. I’m not a baker but I might have to try this recipe. My husband grew zucchini’s this summer. We gave them away because it was too many for the two of us. Thanks

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