Monday, August 9, 2010

Zucchini cakes...

This year I planted one zucchini plant and I've been really impressed with it's versatility. I've made bread, relish, muffins and these super easy and good cakes.

Zucchini Cakes
1 ½ cup shredded zucchini
1 egg
3 Tablespoons Bisquick
3 Tablespoons Parmesan cheese
2 tablespoons bacon bits
1 tsp. salt
pepper to your liking

Combine all ingredients and pan fry in olive oil until brown. Enjoy!

Blessings from the holler...

13 comments:

cowgirl said...

Those look so tasty!! I like the sound of bacon in the mix too.. thank you for the recipe Mrs JP. Can't wait to try them!

YD, sometimes with ♥Samantha and ♥June said...

Sounds easy and delicious. Wish my husband would eat it.

Carmen C. said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe, we have had zucchini several ways for the last month, LOL!!!

Bell said...

Oh, those look good. Do you deliver?

Deborah said...

Yum, they look great and easy to make!
xxoo
Deborah

Deborah said...

Hi again! I just printed your recipe and I am going to try it tonight!
xxoo
Deborah

The Life of Riley said...

They look delicious! We don't have Bisquick here, but you have made me think about adapting other recipes to include zucchini and parmesan.

Lena said...

Those look great! What did you eat with them?

Cindy said...

Yum! I had to click on the picture to enlarge it to see just how good they look. I think I may put some real bacon bits in them. Other than that, they look perfect!

Farm Chick Paula said...

Oh, boy- those look delicious! I'm thinking like Bell- do you deliver? *LOL*
Things are finally slowing down enough for me to do some blogging- I can see I have some catching up to do with you! Hope you're staying cool in the holler...

MAXMOM said...

Hey there Mrs JP
THose cakes look delicious! They've got my mouth watering! I presume 'BISQUICK' is Baking Powder???
Yummy!
Lotsaluv
MM IN SA

JP said...

According to Wikipedia, Bisquick is "a pre-mixed baking product sold by General Mills under their Betty Crocker brand, consisting of flour, shortening, salt, and baking powder (a leavening agent)."

Vickie said...

Hi Mrs. JP! Sorry I haven't had much time for blogging lately. Hope to get back to it more now that the garden is gone and we're back from our trip. I see you've been very busy, too, with TP'd dogs and Grandbabygal and canning. I've printed out your recipe on the Zucchini cakes. Those look great - don't know if my guys will eat them if I tell em what's in it, but I sure will! Have a wonderful week!!!