I changed it a bit because I HATE applesauce being used as a substitute for oil. I used peanut butter once and a large avocado another both worked wonderful. Also, I used a bit of soy milk to wet the dry ingredients a bit to make it mixable and added two tablespoons of flax/chia egg mixed with 6 tablespoons of water. You could also use 2 Tablespoons of arrowroot powder or Ener-G egg replacer. It so helps to have a nice sticky crumb. Otherwise all was left the same, oops no I used a multi-grain Atta flour but again that worked well. Doing another batch tonight!!
These are really great! I am about to make the second batch of the week. Well worth making!
Very good recipe, but I needed 1 1/2 cups applesauce to get the batter to the right consistency. My husband and daughter devoured them.
This recipe was amazing. We decided to serve them at our wedding! We used carob chips instead of chocolate chips - my fiance is vegan and everyone LOVED them!
I'm sorry this just didn't work for me. It was incredibly dry. Maybe my zucchini wasn't moist enough. I added tons of applesauce and ended up adding some oil to try to salvage it.
This is a fantastic recipe! I have zucchini coming out of my ears and it is a great way to use it up in a healthy way (and also satisfies my sweet tooth!). I am also doing Weight Watchers and this comes out to only 2 points per serving. Way to go!
Thank you Veggiegirl!!! I think that you may have saved me from myself. I have a bit of a junk food addiction, and I am trying desparately to lose weight...this recipe helps with both. I did sub splenda for the sugar, I know that it's usually a no-no, but I am trying to save calories in any way possible, and I did not add the nuts or chocolate chips (though I think it would be fantastic in these). Other than that, I followed the recipe exactly and they are fabulous. Very moist, chocolaty and sweet. The recipe is really easy to follow and without the sugar, almost totally guilt free. I might acctually be able to stay on my diet with recipes like this. Thank you again so much for sharing this recipe, it's definately a keeper.