Have you heard of “zoats”? It’s the term for zucchini oats, which means that finely shredded zucchini is mixed with rolled oats, spices and fruit and then eaten for breakfast. Try it cooked or cold from the fridge!
This nutritious bean chili isn’t just packed with protein, it also contains finely chopped vegetables like carrots and zucchini, which are well hidden! We love this one-pot meal for batch cooking and reheating.
Swap traditional spaghetti for zucchini noodles to save some calories or carbs in your meals! This plant-based dinner idea combines hearty black bean meatballs with a herby marinara sauce with a side of “zoodles.”
Wonderfully crispy on the outside with a tender middle, these baked zucchini fries are a healthier alternative to traditional deep-fried fries and such a fun way to eat more veggies! Enjoy them with the whole family.
Freshly steamed broccoli and grated zucchini come together with the help of flavorful onions, aromatic garlic and sweet red bell peppers for these vegetable patties. Serve them pan-fried as a side with your favorite dipping sauce!
These wonderful zucchini appetizers are ready to serve in only 20 minutes and are such an eye-catcher! Topped with a simple tomato sauce and filled with a creamy and herby spread, these roll-ups are really delicious.
If you need to use up your zucchini, just turn it into this chocolate lover’s loaf of rich, fudgy and gooey goodness! Although it tastes just like dessert, this vegan chocolate zucchini bread requires no sugar and hides the veggies wonderfully.
Enjoy summer produce with these fantastic vegan zucchini recipes! You’ll love the following savory meals and appetizers just as much as the sweet breakfasts and desserts. The following quick zucchini tart is perfect for entertaining or light summer dinners.
Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.