Paleo Chocolate Zucchini Bread

Paleo Chocolate Zucchini Bread

This incredible Paleo Chocolate Zucchini Bread is perfect for when your garden is exploding with zucchini! I’ve created this easy paleo bread recipe in order to use up all of the zucchini that emerges each summer from my garden and CSA share.

This is a quick and easy recipe that our entire family enjoys. Of course, it’s gluten-free and dairy-free, but the great thing about Paleo Chocolate Zucchini Bread is that it’s so delicious your friends will gobble it up without knowing that it’s good for them!

One of the healthy ingredients that gives this bread a moist, rich texture is coconut oil. Studies have shown that in addition to numerous other health benefits, coconut oil can help our immune systems mount resistance to viruses. Sweetened with honey and a bit of vanilla stevia, this Paleo Chocolate Zucchini Bread makes an excellent snack for kids, and is equally delicious for dessert with a cup of Iced Ginger Chai.

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Paleo Chocolate Zucchini Bread
  1. In a food processor combine almond flour and cacao powder
  2. Pulse in salt and baking soda
  3. Pulse in eggs, coconut oil, honey, and stevia
  4. Briefly pulse in zucchini
  5. Transfer batter to a greased 6.5 x 4 inch medium loaf pan, dusted with almond flour
  6. Bake at 350° for 35-40 minutes
  7. Cool for 2 hours
  8. Serve

To store this gluten-free bread, wrap in a paper towel, seal in a plastic bag, and refrigerate for up to 1 week.

When one of my taste testers had a slice, he said the seldom-used word gormandize came to mind. As in he wanted to “gormandize” the entire loaf. I confess, although I have a decent vocabulary, I had not a clue as to what this word meant. By the look on his face, I could tell it was not a bad thing.

As summer marches on, the zucchini will keep growing, and growing some more! Here are some of my other healthy zucchini recipes to help you take charge of this prolific produce:


  1. Jeff K says

    Hi Elana,

    Thank you for the beautiful work that you do and share. I wish you good health and happiness in the New Year.

    I tried this recipe but I’m afraid that i was very sensitive to the coconut oil. Could I substitute butter or canola for the coconut oil?



    • Elana says

      Jeff, thanks for your wonderful comment and happy new year! I haven’t tried that so not sure, if you do please let us know how it goes :-)

  2. Christine says

    These are delicious! I made a double batch this morning…I used almond meal, and had not quite enough of it, so for the 1/4 cup that I lacked, I used about a teaspoon of coconut flour. I replaced the honey with maple syrup, and like others, did not have vanilla stevia, so I used vanilla + a bit of stevia. Made 15 muffins, baking at 350 for about 22 minutes. My coconut-hating daughter did not taste the oil, and both girls wanted thirds. Two flour-loving friends came over and I served them and they enjoyed them too! Thanks so much, Elana!

  3. Elaine Allen says

    has anyone calculated the carbs on this? I know it will be soooo wonderful that I will make it as cupcakes in order to control myself. Thanx.

      • Ana Reinhardt says


        I believe the carb count on My Fitness Pal for this recipe is wrong. My son has Type 1 Diabetes (an autoimmune disorder) and we must count every single carb that goes in his mouth. This recipe calls for

        1/4 cup of honey=4 tablespoons= 4×17 (each tablespoon of honey is 17g carbs) = 68 g carbs
        1.25 c of almond flour = 30 g carbs
        3/4 cup zucchini = 6 grams of carbs
        1.4 c cacao = 13 grams

        Total grams of carbs per loaf = 117

        Fitness Pal states that one loaf has 50 grams of carbs.

        I am pretty sure I counted the carbs right, I checked three times. We have been counting carbs for over three years, since he was diagnosed. Maybe I have something wrong.

        • Elana says

          Hi Ana, thanks for your comment and for letting us know about this. I haven’t counted carbs or had the need to due to what you are faced with, so haven’t used My Fitness Pal. Many of my readers love it, but it’s good to know that it may not be accurate all the time :-)

  4. Thuy says

    This was absolutely delicious, and I even forgot to add the Vanilla Stevia! Elana, can we double this recipe and use a larger loaf pan? How would this affect baking time and loaf texture?

    Very excited to try your other recipes!

  5. Abby says

    This is super, super amazing! I doubled the recipe and put 1 tsp. vanilla extract instead of the stevia, and put it into a cake pan. It tastes JUST like Devil’s Food cake. Soooo delicious! It’s a big hit with my parents. Going to try it with chocolate frosting next time. Thank you so much for sharing all of your amazing recipes, Elana! You rock. :)

  6. Jennifer Carter says

    I come back to these every summer. Last summer my 7 month old ate this like it was going out of style, I hope the tiny human enjoys them as much this year. Thank you for making recipes that become family traditions. Substitutions: agave to honey, little sugar for stevia cause that is what I have on hand.

  7. Donna Gollenberg says

    Made these into cupcakes last night. So rich and chocolate-y. Honestly, they tasted like chocolate cake. Cooked them 18 minutes and it made 9 medium cupcakes. I did not have vanilla stevia, so I still used 1/4 tsp of vanilla and about 4 drops of liquid stevia. Very quick and easy. Thanks, Elana!

  8. Bridget says

    Family favorite!! Made muffins and baked them for 20 mins. Also I substituted Stevia because I didn’t have any with light brown sugar and added 1/8 cup of chocolate chips. Kids LOVED them. Thank you!!

  9. Jill says

    DELICIOUS!!!! I’d run out of honey and don’t have stevia and so used 3/4 cup dark brown sugar as replacement w a little coconut yoghurt to make up the wetness of honey. I also added say 1/4 cup choc bits w zucchini. So rich, moist and delicious. This will definitely be a new go to – next time with honey! Thanks so much!

  10. Linda says

    Made these today one and a half times the recipe, and had to add in some carrots as I didn’t have enough zucchini. Also left out the honey and subbed erythritol and some water and made cupcakes. They turned out just awesome!!! Kids love them too…AND they watched me make them, so they know what went in ;)

  11. Joan says

    I have made this recipe many times (adjusted as cupcakes). Zucchini season is over and now I have a ton of beets. I also made your beet chocolate tort recipe. It’s beet season and I’ve got a ton of beets. Thinking of somehow adapting this zucchini bread recipe… thoughts? I don’t expect you to test it but would appreciate any insight.

    • Linda says

      I’ve used Beetroot before in this recipe ( it’s very adaptable! ) I found using 1/2c rather than 3/4 works best, and you may need to increase the chocolate if your beets are less sweet and more ” earthy ” as sometimes the earthy flavour comes through strongly. I’ve also done beets and added sugar free chocolate melts 1/4c ( buttons or chips ) and its stunning!

  12. Susan Prentice says

    “Gourmand” is French, meaning “Fond of good food, fond of eating well; food lover” – to ‘gourmandize’ something (although a made up word, taking a French root and treating it like an English verb!) would be to make it more delectable for a foodie. “Gourmet” is closely related, meaning “a connoisseur of good food; a person with a discerning palate.” I think your tester was trying to say that you’ve made something ordinarily quite plain and made it delicious!,

  13. Kira Sue says

    This recipe is great! Simple and tastes amazing, almost like a brownie! Next time I make it I’m going to make a double batch because it’s kind of labor intensive for just a baby loaf.

  14. Audrey says

    I’m a bit worried about the consistency of the batter. It seems very dry compared to most traditional batters-it’s very crumbly. Is that normal? I was out of almond flour, so used coconut flour, but I’ve made no other changes.

    • Linda says

      You cannot ever just sub coconut flour for any other flour volume for volume! I cook with coconut flour a lot and the best ratio I’ve found is 1T coconut flour for one egg. Any more and it does go dry and crumbly. You also need to ensure adequate fat in the form of coconut oil or butter if you eat that. If you get the ratios right, coconut flour is an awesome thing to cook with, but get it wrong and you will wonder why you bothered!

  15. Tania says

    Super moist and bsolutely delicious !!! Didn’t have stevia.
    Thanks Elena, I’ll make some more (plenty of zuchini in the garden right now in France!) and freeze for quick, healthy snack.

  16. AG says

    Thank goodness my kids were home or I would have “accidentally” eaten the whole loaf! I didn’t really expect this to taste good or have a pleasant texture despite all the excellent comments. I use flax eggs due to an allergy. I know these quick breads are technically called bread, but we call them brownies or cake. In fact, we made it for my son’s b-day and topped it with coconut cream icing. MAJOR HIT! Just refrigerate the coconut cream (we use trader joe’s) and whip it up with either stevia, honey or powdered sugar. SO much better and more healthy than the average cake. Thanks!

  17. Amy H. says

    I just made this recipe and it is delicious. I didn’t have any zucchini so, I improvised. Instead of zucchini, I pureed some cherry tomatoes and used them for the moisture. I didn’t bake it in the oven either. I divided the batter into 2 portions and used the coffee cup in the microwave method… instead of a coffee cup, I used a wide mouth pint jar. 90 seconds in the microwave worked perfectly. I graded the jar with coconut oil.

  18. Crystal says

    What a scrumptiously moist chocolate loaf! I used hazelnut flour instead of almond and it tastes just like a nutella cake, I can’t get enough of it. Thanks so much for the recipe :)

  19. Bronwyn says

    I doubled the recipe, used 1/4c cocoa powder and 80g of Lindt Dark Chocolate 70%. Baked for 45 minutes in a 9″ pie plate. I checked it every 10 min after the 30 min mark. Mine had a few cracks on top and felt springy in the centre when it was done. It was awesome!! Thanks Elena! Another success!

  20. says

    I put into a donut pan, topped with mini chocolate chips and reduced cooking time to 20 min. Kids loved them for the first day back to school. Choc. chips gave it an extra bump of sweetness.

  21. Irene P. says

    This is one great recipe and will be making another loaf tomorrow. I grated more zucchini than I needed and of course I don’t want the zucchini to go bad, can’t have that. This is really great. Even my husband ate three slices tonight. This next batch I’ll add walnuts and maybe cocoa nibs for more chocolate flavor. We put a coconut cream-cheese on our slices and that made it even better. There is a Central Market in our area that is helping me with my change to a Paleo way of living after my treatment of estrogen related breast cancer. Thank you Elana for all of the work you have done to help those of us beginning this journey.

  22. says

    Turned out most and delicious. I didn’t have the right size pan so I filled four individual mini loaf plans and cut baking time down to 27 minutes. Thanks!

  23. Marci says

    Amazing bread! I used half honey & half Swerve (erythritol) to cut down on the sugar. I used butter instead of coconut oil and used 1/2 tbs more since I cut down on the honey. I baked it in my magic line pan & it worked perfectly. Yum, I will be making this a lot!

  24. Jeffrey says

    Hi there, I was thinking of subbing in some coconut flour or quinoa flour in place of about 1/3 of the almond flour. This would be to balance out the fat/carb ratio a bit (just for my own personal goals – nothing against this recipe; it looks delicious!).

    Do you have any advice on this? Is it a good idea or a bad idea? Do the different flours mix well or… is there one I should stay away from?

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

  25. Deborah says

    This was delicious. It was also very easy to make. Thank you for all your great recipes, Elana!

  26. Alex H says

    I made this tonight but it turned out really dry. I had to use regular whole wheat flour since I didn’t have any almond flour. Could that have been the problem?

  27. Holli says

    Hi! This recipe sounds so good but I cannot have honey? Any ideas to replace the honey? Would it work to use sugar free syrup or should I try more coconut oil or swerve or more stevia? Also does the zucchini need to be dryed, or drained before putting in? Thanks I will look forward to your advice so I can make this, yum!

    • Susan says

      Any quick bread can be made as muffins (which is nice to know if you are short on baking time). This recipe made 10 regular size muffins for me, but I added maybe a half cup more zucchini than it calls for. I baked them about 18 minutes. Made them with just the honey, no stevia, they were delicious.

  28. Sarah says

    I had great luck making this vegan & making them into muffins instead of bread to ensure it cooked easily. I substituted the eggs with ground flax meal & water.
    Ratio of egg to flax replacement is: One egg = one tablespoon ground flax meal plus 3 tablespoons of water. Therefore this recipe if you want to try vegan would be: 2 tablespoons ground flax, 6 tablespoons water mixed together & let stand for 5 minutes to thicken. I also had good luck reducing the sugar & only put in about one tablespoon of honey in total, with no stevia, but I used vanilla extract. Enjoy the vegan version :)

  29. Jessica says

    I really enjoyed this recipe. I didn’t have mini loaf pans so I made these into muffins and baked for about 20 minutes. I also added a little more cacao powder and added vanilla extract. I will be making this again!

  30. megan says

    This is insanely good – moist and full of chocolate flavor. I doubled the recipe and used regular almond meal. Ran short of almond meal and used about 1/3 cup coconut flour in place of it. Didnt use stevia – just added 1 tsp of vanilla. Added 1/2 cup of mini chocolate chips. This won’t last long in my house.

  31. Cyn says

    Made the Choc/Zucchini Bread today. Its truly delicious. I have never cooked like this before. Paleo is a whole new world and so far I am loving it. Can’t wait to try many more new recipes. And to think I made this all in my Ninja. About 10 minutes and it was in the oven.

  32. says

    I was shown on Pintrest this is Whole 30 approved, is this true?…I was so excited when I saw that and now reading the ingredients with the honey Im sad because I didnt think we could have that??

  33. Pam says

    I made mini-muffins. No stevia, a bit more honey. HOWEVER, the big deal is I threw them in my (old) vitamix rather than a food processor. So, instead of grating all the zucchini, I grated the first 3/4 cup then measured (4 ounces.) For the next batch I weighed out the zucchini, cut it in chunks, and threw it in the blender. Saved me a bit of time. (I do not have a food processor so all grating is done by hand.)

    My family loves these.

  34. Maggie says

    This recipe is so good I’m afraid to be alone with the finished product for fear of eating it all at once! My husband and I substituted 1/3 cup of maple syrup for the honey and stevia. Then we added a capful of regular vanilla. We also squeezed the zuccini first into a bunch of paper towels to remove excess moisture. 30 minutes in he oven. The result is perfection.

  35. says

    I make a very similar recipe. Mine does have a tsp of raw apple cider vinegar and I’ve added 1/4 cup of coconut milk (canned). Love to make muffins instead of bread. Will try your recipe soon with the last of the summer zucchini.

  36. Shannon Patino says

    Made this bread today but modified using orange extract instead of vanilla stevia and baking in 6 silicon jack-o-lantern baking cups. They were adorable and yummy. A huge hit with my kids. (I liked the flavor the orange extract added. Next time I am going to try with orange zest instead.) They wete so yummy and moist. My family and I love your recipes!

  37. Shannon Patino says

    Made this bread today but baked it in 6 silicon Jack-o-lantern baking cups and used orange zest instead of vanilla stevia. They were not only adorable, but yummy. A huge hit with my kids. I baked this bread once before. I think it turned out better baked in the smaller baking cups. My whole family loves everything I have baked from your Web site.

  38. Elisabeth says

    This was amazing! Super moist! I made a double batch and baked it in a larger loaf pan for about 1 he and it turned out great! I think the only alteration I would make next time is addingn a tad more cacao powder because I like that strong flavor.

  39. Mary Mayes says

    Just made this and OMG! So delicious! I’ve been a fan since my celiac diagnosis and have now moved on to Paleo. I love your recipes, Elana! I added about a tbsp of espresso powder as I usually do to enhance the chocolate as I learned from Ina Garten. This was decadent! Love it!

  40. Marla says

    I don’t have a mini loaf pan, so I baked your chocolate zucchini bread in lined muffin tins for about 24 minutes. They are delicious! I love all of your recipes, but I think this is one my new favorite. I’m going to freeze some for an occasional Paleo treat. Thank you so much for sharing your recipes. I really appreciate you!!

  41. Nora Wink says

    I have just started making almond flour bread. Is it essential to use the magic line loaf pan 7.5 x3.5 x2.5 to obtain the sandwich size slices. I used a Teflon coated pan the size and didn’t get the height of sandwich size bread. It was delicious, but do I need to purchase a magic line loaf? Please let me know and explain the difference between the two types of pans. Thanks for any help.

  42. Audrey says

    This is really good, thank you so much! This will be a regular on our list of paleo treats. Both of my teenage boys liked it, and no one knew it has zucchini, ha! It’s so good that it could be a birthday cake. Thanks again.

  43. Angela says

    This is scrumptious and just made my second batch within the past week. I substituted flax meal for the eggs and made muffins instead. The muffins freeze nicely. I also added some extra crunch to the latest batch with some cacao nibs as well as cutting back on the honey & used regular vanilla extract. This was as good as the first batch.

  44. says

    This was wonderful!! Your friend was right, you really do want to “gormandize” the entire loaf. The vanilla stevia does make a difference and it’s worth the investment. I’ll be making it again soon! Your brownies are great as well. Thank you. ;)

  45. Jennifer says

    I doubled the recipe also and made a bunch of mini loafs. Some I sprinkled with home made chocolate chips. I also left out the stevia and added vanilla. So moist! Served with fresh raspberries. Couldn’t be any better! Making this for my boyfriends birthday cake!

  46. Audrey says

    Loved this recipe! My picky son couldn’t even tell that there was zucchini in it, he thought it tasted like a brownie.
    Only changes I made were…omitting the stevia and adding 1 Tbsp of vanilla extract (thanks to “Sarah” for commenting on that above). I also folded in 1/4 cup Enjoy Life mini chocolate chips at the end. Really yummy! Thanks Elana!

  47. Louise says

    Made this last night and it was delicious! I omitted the stevia and added a bit of regular vanilla extract, and I first squeezed out the liquid from the grated zucchini, but otherwise stuck to the recipe. Oh, and I doubled everything and baked it in disposable mini loaf pans (4 of them).

  48. Becky says

    Just made this and its quite nice, very chocolately and moist, I used maple instead of honey, thanks Elana!

  49. KK says

    Delicious! Here are the modifications I made:

    *I doubled the recipe
    *4.5 tbsp of honey instead of 8 (I like to watch my added sweeteners)
    *No stevia
    *Add some dark chocolate chips (I may try with dried cherries next time)
    *I made them as muffins instead of bread since I didn’t have the mini bread loaf pans. Same temp but for approx 25 minutes.

    I ended up with 19 muffins, so you can probably just follow the original recipe and get 9 or 10 muffins out of it, or 1.5 X the recipe and get about 14 muffins.

    My husband felt I could probably reduce the amount of cocao powder (just by a tbsp or so), but I think it was really tasty as is. This is great for making breakfast in advance since I have enough muffins for several days.

    Thanks Elana for another amazing recipe!

  50. Joni says

    I made this yesterday and did two loafs. I used 2 tsp stevia and 3 tab xylitol. I also added pecans and a good dose of vanilla I make myself. It was moist and taste wonderful. You could add maybe one more tab xylitol if you wanted it just a tad sweeter. But I loved it just the way it is. I think the extra liquid from my pure vanilla made this moist enough even though I did not use honey. I will make again for sure. A nice healthy treat.

  51. Stacey says

    Just made this. It is delicious but came out a little dry. Any suggestions? I followed the recipe with using agave instead of honey and used a slightly different size pan. I think it is 3.5 x 7 maybe.

  52. Prisca says

    I cannot wait to make this bread tomorrow. However, we do not any typem
    of sweeteners except for raw, 100% pure honey from our area. How do I convert this recipe to suit our preference, do I add more honey and if so how much? I never used stevia, so I am not sure how sweet it is. Thank you :-)

  53. Alisha Lawrence says

    Made this coconut flour as my children have almond allergies. Here are my replacements/substitutions. The rest I followed the recipe. Overall my loaves baked for an additional 13minutes. Check them frequently so you dont burn them! My children loved these tasty treats! I used a normal sized loaf pan!

    3/4 cup coconut flour in place of almond flour
    4 eggs instead of two
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract instead of vanilla stevia
    4T coconut oil

  54. Cat says

    I doubled the recipe and baked it in a regular loaf pan. It is delicious! It did need an hour and ten minutes to be completely done. I think I used extra zucchini – the one I had at the time was a monster. I also used duck eggs, which are a bit larger. I did not include the stevia because it does not agree with me.

    Every loved it, especially my husband who does not care for zucchini. It is moist and not too rich or sweet. We like to toast the slices so that they are a bit crisp around the edges. Wonderful recipe. I imagine I will be baking this every week until the zucchini runs out.

  55. says

    Zucchini bread is great. Gluten-free zucchini bread is even better. And chocolate zucchini bread is best of all! I can’t wait to try this recipe!

  56. Sarah says

    Just made this, hot out of the oven. Soooo delicious! I omitted the stevia because my daughter is allergic, but added a Tbsp. of vanilla. It’s plenty sweet with the honey in my opinion. Instead of grating the zuc, I juiced six of them and used the leftover pulp, which was just enough since I had doubled your recipe to make it in a large loaf pan. (Leftover zuc juice is nice when mixed with apple juice and a slice or two of lemon juice.) Excellent recipe, will definitely make it again!

  57. Jan says

    I seem to be allergic to Almonds…which alot of the Paleo “Baking” recipes call for Almond Flour. I guess I can just try it and see how it turns out with Gluten free flour instead.

    • QueenJellyBean says

      Jan – you may want to try to sub another kind of nut flour, or nut butter for the almond flour. Plain GF flour is very dry, whereas almond and other nut flours are composed of 50% fat. GF flour is almost fat free. If you can have sunflower seed butter, I’d try 1 1/4 cups of that in this recipe.

    • Tessa says

      I am quite allergic to almonds, but hazelnuts don’t seem to bother me, so I have been using that to replace almond flour. Someone else on here mentioned sunflower seed flour. I would imagine that would be similar too- I’ll have to try it!

  58. Joan Cortez says

    I made the chocolate zuchinni bread tonight. It was incredible how great it tasted. My whole family loved it.

  59. Lulu Lime says

    Awesome recipe. I used a regular sized loaf pan and it was fine. I baked it on the BBQ, because it was too hot to have the oven on (no AC here).

  60. Sarah says

    Just wanting to know if anyone has tried doubling and making it in a regular-sized loaf pan…please post if so!

    If not…perhaps I’ll be the first to try. :) Can’t wait; I love chocolate-zucchini concoctions, and this comes just as a popular local stand unrolls their famous(wheat-filled) choc zucchini cake – I feel saved!

  61. Shelley says

    This looks delicious! Has anyone tried a substitute for the eggs? I typically replace with applesauce or Ener-G egg replacer depending on the recipe. We can’t replace with a seed (like flax) because of allergies.

  62. Kelley says

    Elana, I just made this today and it was amazing! I made one minor substitution (maple syrup for the honey). It tastes more like a brownie than bread. Definitely saving this recipe!

    • Elena says

      How long did you bake them in mini-muffin pans?? Also, did you use liners or just put them right in the pan?? And last question (sorry for the barrage of questions), if you put them right in the pan, what did you use to grease them? I’ve tried using just butter, but everything seems to stick when I go that route… would coconut oil work?

      • Leslie Thomas says

        I recommend using the Beyond Gourmet mini unbleached baking cups (they also make full sized ones). They work great & you don’t need to grease anything.

  63. Stéphanie says

    Dear Elana
    I’ve been following your website for a few month and I really love it! I have no particular health issue but I just feel terrific (and lose weight) when I eat sugar and gluten free.

    I’m French, and that word “gormandize” comes from the French “gourmandise” which could mean greediness but also a delicious treat. When you say something is a real ” gourmandise” you obviously pay a great compliment to the cook!

  64. says

    I don’t have a baby loaf pan – can anyone recommend time adjustments (if necessary) for using an 8×8 baking pan? Also, would doubling the recipe make it work for a regular size loaf pan?


    • QueenJellyBean says

      Hi Amy – I’ve run into this while making Elana’s “Bread 2.0”. I regularly use my steel saucepan. You probably have a variety of sizes in your cupboard. I think the one I use is about 7 inches across. Just make sure the handle is oven-safe (some handles can be unscrewed/removed for baking purposes. Feel free to coat w coconut oil or parchment paper for various recipes. Happy baking! LMK if ti turns out ok (and what size pan you used.
      Bonus – if your saucepan has a lid – that’s nice to use as you eat the bread and store the rest in the fridge!

      • says

        What a GREAT idea! Thank you for this suggestion! I didn’t end up using it because my mom came over with a small loaf pan that worked, but I will definitely keep this in mind for the future.

      • Tamara says

        I used an 8.5″ inch steel sauce pan and baked it for 30 minutes. Turned out perfectly! Thanks for the suggestion!

  65. Cassie says

    I realise you don’t reply to these Elana, but I’m hoping you read them… what I would LOVE is weights instead of measurements. It’s the only thing that has put me off buying your books, as I would have to convert them all & write all over the books.
    I assume it would make life easier for a lot of thermomix users out there, especially since we whizz up our almonds & measuring it in a cup AFTER turning into flour isn’t practical.

    • Lauren says

      Yes! I use my Thermomix and weighed in the almonds, made it into flour then took them out and re measured in- 200g whole almonds seem to make it work.

  66. says

    Elana! Made this tonight. It was remarkable. Left out the stevia vanilla and just increased the agave by a tablespoon. Increased zucchini by a full cup. My husband could not believe there was zucchini as he could not see, feel or taste it.

    Made a drizzle by melting 1/2 cup Dagobi 74% chocolate drops, 1tsp grapeseed oil and 1/4 tsp of Luciano brand dark cherry balsamico. Bravo! Thank you for such a divine recipe.

    • Joni says

      I would take a vanilla bean split it down the middle and add the little vanilla pods to the liquid to make liquid vanilla stevia. I would also let it soak in the liquid for a good while first to build flavor. Or you can also just add a vanilla bean to the recipe as well and then just add the liquid stevia for sweetness.

  67. Rebecca says

    Looks good… just need a substitute for the stevia. It makes me wheezy/coughy… I assume due to my ragweed allergy. :( Would honey or maple syrup work?

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