My Low-Carb Zucchini Bread is the perfect answer to a bumper crop of summer squash. This no fuss gluten-free bread recipe has 8 ingredients and is easy to make. Its rich and hearty low-carb almond flour base is speckled with bits of fresh grated zucchini, and sweetened with a dash of maple syrup.
When I want to whip this easy paleo bread recipe up very quickly I make it as a “one bowl” recipe. What does that mean? After I have made the batter in the food processor, I simply remove the s-blade, put on the grater attachment and grate the zucchini right on top of the batter. After that I use a spatula to stir the grated zucchini into the batter. Sometimes this can be a little messy, but I don’t mind because it’s super speedy, and very easy to clean up. If you want to grate the zucchini before you add it to the food processor, simply use a regular handheld grater to make 1½ cups of grated zucchini, which equals the 8 ounces called for in the recipe, then stir the zucchini into the batter.
This easy gluten-free bread recipe is a wonderful paleo snack. My neighbor provided me with a ton of zucchini as I tested this Low-Carb Zucchini Bread recipe. She received many samples and let me know that her children enjoy this gluten-free bread toasted with jam for breakfast.
Low-Carb Zucchini Bread
To store this bread, wrap in a paper towel, seal in a plastic bag, and refrigerate for up to 1 week.
With 1½ cups of zucchini, this bread is incredibly moist. Please note though, I do not squeeze the water out of the zucchini or fuss with it in any other way. Life can be complicated, as I outline in this post, so I keep my recipes simple!
If you follow a nut-free diet and have more miracle squash growing in your garden than you know what to do with, try my easy Zucchini Chocolate Chip Muffins recipe, made with a coconut flour base. For more nut-free recipes, be sure to check out my Nut-Free Recipes page.
Here are some of my other low-carb zucchini recipes: