Zucchini is available year-round, but it’s best (and most plentiful) at the end of summer. We’re at the point in the season when farmers markets, grocery stores, and gardens are bursting with zucchini. The only problem is coming up with a way to use it all.
This 5-minute dinner recipe comes from the Daily Meal’s own Cook Editor Kristie Collado. Thinly sliced garlic packs in flavor for an antioxidant-filled, healthy meal. Click here to see the recipe.
Serve these baked “fries” as healthy side dish for your family. Use panko breadcrumbs for an extra crispy outside without the deep-fryer. Click here to see the recipe.
Fried zucchini rounds are the base of this stacked sandwich. Simple enough to make on the fly, this recipe makes for a perfect passed appetizer or even side dish. Click here to see the recipe.
These muffins are healthy single-serving breakfast breads that toe the line between sweet and savory. If you want to take this recipe into a sweeter territory, add in some chocolate chips or raisins. Click here to see the recipe.
An easily baked frittata that can serve as breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even a snack. Cook this frittata in a square baking pan for easy portioning. Click here to see the recipe.
Instead of traditional potato pancakes, whip up a batch of zucchini pancakes. You still get the fried flavor you want, but with extra nutrition. Click here to see the recipe.
Gazpacho is traditionally made with tomatoes, bread, and a bit of sherry vinegar. Switch up this summer soup with zucchini and sweet red grapes. Click here to see the recipe.
A healthy weeknight meal of whole wheat pasta and zucchini is complemented by rich flavors like blue cheese and prosciutto. Click here to see the recipe.
You can never have too much zucchini “pasta.” Not only is it healthy, but zucchini pasta is just as fun to eat as the real thing. Click here to see the recipe.
An easy-to-prep version of the traditional vegetable stew; just boil some water for pasta and pop all of the vegetables into a baking dish, and dinner is ready. Click here to see the recipe.
These brownies are an easy way to sneak some extra vegetables into the day. Need a gluten-free version? There’s a variation for that too. Click here to see the recipe.