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Round Loaf Zucchini Bread

Make a round loaf Zucchini Bread for breakfast, brunch or snacks. This easy coffee can bread is made from an easy zucchini nut bread recipe.
 
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My Aunt Betty was the most gracious loveliest little lady, I have ever met.  I always think the best way to describe her was to say she just sparkled.   The light always reflected off her jewelry and her little eyes always had a special twinkle.  When I first met her (she really wasn’t related by blood to me), she had an awesome little shop where she rented prom dresses, wedding dresses, and all the groomsmen attire.  It was the sweetest little shop that was literally stuffed with the most amazing clothing that would turn anyone into a princess or a prince.  And she would flitter around and it was obvious that she loved dressing everyone up, she always attended the senior prom and every wedding to take pictures of all her little princess and princes.
 

 Yes, she even dressed my son for his senior prom even though we lived so far away.    Everyone loved Aunt Betty, in fact, while I was visiting her little shop one day, a fisherman arrived with a huge fish in the trunk of his car so she could take a picture.  She was just as excited to take that fish picture as any of the lovely brides that arrived in her shop.

I was so very lucky that she was in love with my favorite Uncle.   They had been childhood sweethearts but had gone their separate ways for all those years. And after their children were grown and they lost their spouses, they both returned to the little town they grew up where they met again.  They never married each other nor lived together but dated and had ever so much fun together for many, many years.  Aunt Betty still had the little valentine my Uncle gave her in the 1st grade.

We lost our sweet Aunt Betty just a few months after my Mother passed away but lovely memories of her still live in my heart.  I was fortunate to have known her and to be one of those people in her life.

At a recent trip to my uncle’s home,  one of my cousins have given me a community cookbook that had several of Aunt Betty’s recipes but this Round Zucchini Bread was one of my favorites.   We hoped we did it justice in tribute to this wonderful lady that made sure everyone felt better just being in her presence.  Here’s to you Aunt Betty, you are missed so very much.

 

Round Zucchini Bread, coffee can bread

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We baked Aunt Betty’s Zucchini Bread Recipe in one pound coffee cans so we would have zucchini bread as special as Aunt Betty.
Traditional Zucchini Bread recipe that is baked into round loaves.   This Zucchini Bread recipe has an amazing array of spices and pecans.  We hoped we did it justice in tribute to this wonderful lady that made sure everyone felt better just being in her presence.
Here’s to you Aunt Betty, you are missed so very much.

 

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Round Zucchini Bread

This zucchini bread is baked in a 1 pound coffee can and makes 2 round loaves
 (needed: 2 empty metal 1lb coffee cans)
Prep Time20 mins
Cook Time1 hr 30 mins
Total Time1 hr 50 mins
Course: bread, Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Round Zucchini Bread, Zucchini Recipes
Servings: 8
Calories: 515kcal
Author: Evelyn

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Prepare your coffee cans by washing and drying them very well
  • Spray the insides with cooking spray and dust with flour
  • Heat oven to 325 degrees
  • Mix together eggs, oil, sugar and zucchini in a large mixing bowl
  • Stir in flour, cinnamon, baking soda and baking powder
  • Add the vanilla and the pecans
  • Fill the cans about 3/4 full with the batter
  • Bake for 1 hour and 30 minutes until center is done
  • Let cool and carefully remove the bread from the cans
  • 10. Stand the bread on its end and let cool completely before slicing
  • 11. Dust with powdered sugar.

Nutrition

Calories: 515kcal | Carbohydrates: 92g | Protein: 8g | Fat: 14g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 61mg | Sodium: 196mg | Potassium: 236mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 53g | Vitamin A: 158IU | Vitamin C: 6mg | Calcium: 53mg | Iron: 3mg


 

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Michaela Kenkel

Wednesday 7th of January 2015

What a great post!!! I had to see how it was ROUND!! So cool!

Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

Saturday 28th of December 2013

I love that you cooked this in a tin can, so clever! I couldn't work out how you'd baked it at first :)

Lucy T

Saturday 28th of December 2013

Your recipe was the most viewed last week at Saturday Dishes! Thank you for linking it up. Can't wait to see what you bring this week for appetizers!

Jamie H

Tuesday 24th of December 2013

What a sweet story! She sounds like she was an amazing person for anyone to know! I love the idea of baking this bread in a coffee can- how fun!Thanks for linking up at Saturday Dishes, and we hope you'll keep coming back as it changes hands this week!

Wanda Ann Olsen

Sunday 17th of November 2013

I love this story, she sounds like she was a fun lady. Baking in the coffee can makes it look so pretty when it comes out. I've never put powdered sugar on mine either. Can't wait to try it. Pinning!Hugs,Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile