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You might think that recipes like quickbreads are only a way to get whole grains. They are also a great way to get vegetables in your diet, and this recipe not only has zucchini but raisins, nuts, and great quality whole grains.
This is a little more difficult to make than a simple muffin recipe. The extra step of whipping the egg whites until frothy is worth it, though, because it adds a lightness to the bread that it doesn't have otherwise. While the recipe seems to have a lot of ingredients, most of them are pretty common pantry items and this is well worth making. Rich, moist, spicy... the perfect quick bread for breakfast.
Here's the detailed recipe for Zucchini Bread. You can print the recipe by clicking the print icon at the top of the right-hand column to open a new window without the images, then use your browser's "Print" function.