Turn Zucchini Into Fudgy BROWNIES

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🖨Printable recipe and instructions: https://www.emmymade.com/zucchini-brownies/

I adapted King Arthur Flour's recipe brownies: https://www.kingarthurbaking.com/recipes/zucchini-brownies-recipe

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13 Comments for Turn Zucchini Into Fudgy BROWNIES

  1. Cat Yoon on August 5, 2021: (Reply)

    I make this all the time, the zucc is actually friggin undetectable n makes everyone wonder how moist & decadent it so please try it guys 🙂
    *yellow squash is a perfect sub n it will yield identical results!

  2. Dave and Gena on August 5, 2021: (Reply)

    I”ve been freezing zucc for winter, made bread, made cookies, made zucchini lime sherbert, will eat zucchini with salmon in an hour, SO MUCH ZUCCINI

  3. Ashley Lamb on August 5, 2021: (Reply)

    I’ve heard of making a mock apple pie with zucchini as well. Maybe you could try that next!!!!!!

  4. Caramel Cube on August 5, 2021: (Reply)

    You gotta try the fake apple pie that’s actually made with zucchini!!

  5. -- on August 5, 2021: (Reply)

    I love watching your side camera come into focus. Every time I think to myself, “Will this be the time it doesn’t focus?” but it always does.

  6. lbednaz on August 5, 2021: (Reply)

    I was a Director of a day care center with 120 kids when I had a huge crop of zucchini from my home garden. Luckily I had a fantastic cook who made tons of zucchini bread with cinnamon spices and a chocolate zucchini cake that the kids loved! She used so much zucchini in them that they actually legally counted as a serving of vegetable! She also made a summer vegetable side, basically using whatever I brought in, with zucchini summer squash tomatoes carrots etc.

  7. R Tyria on August 5, 2021: (Reply)

    I’ve heard of using zucchini to replace the shortening in cakes before, especially chocolate cakes. Made a chocolate mint cake that way for my parent’s anniversary a few years back. They loved it. No one noticed the zucchini.

  8. Timothy Benedict on August 5, 2021: (Reply)

    That zucchini brings back fond memories of my grandpa and the first time I cooked. He taught me to season flour, how to make an egg bath, and we cut that zucchini into slices and battered it in egg and flower and fried it in oil and repeated until it was all cooked. Still make it on occasion as it is so tasty.

  9. KabukiLayerCake on August 5, 2021: (Reply)

    Ah, nice. The old hidden-vegetable-in-the-dessert trick.

  10. Kay on August 5, 2021: (Reply)

    One of my favorite things about this channel is how accessible it’s stayed over the years, I feel like a lot of other popular home cooking youtubers have become unnecessarily chef-y and a bit pretentious but your videos are always so relatable and down to earth.

  11. CoJo on August 6, 2021: (Reply)

    I like to think the zucchini’s are actually normal sized and Emmy is just tiny sized.

  12. Alyson Cocking on August 6, 2021: (Reply)

    If we had overgrown courgettes, we treated them like marrows. Usually, we stuffed them but I remember, years ago, I used one to help my apple go further when making apple sauce. Sshh. The family still don’t know.

  13. Buddy on August 6, 2021: (Reply)

    I appreciate how emmy puts her sponsors at the beginning or near the beginning of her video because its both follows the FCC guidelines, and also lets you watch the rest of the video uninterrupted

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