Stuffed Zucchini & Zucchini Boats

July 18, 2018

Stuffed Zucchini & Zucchini Boats

Whether you are going Gluten-Free or just trying to use the plethora of Zucchini in your summer garden.. these recipes are a must! Bloody Maria adds enough spice so you don't have to worry about the sauce!  Just spice the filling to your taste or use our recipe here! Don't be afraid to Mix It Up! 

Stuffed Zucchini / Rolled Zucchini

Green Zucchini Squash 1- 2 medium
Ricotta 1 cup
Mozzarella 1/2 cup shredded
Parmesan 1/4 cup
Italian Seasoning 1/4 tsp
Garlic Powder 1/4 tsp
Onion Powder 1/4 tsp
Salt 1/4 tsp
Pepper 1/4 tsp
Egg 1
Bloody Maria Mix 2 cups

Mix cheeses and seasonings together with the egg to create a filling for your zucchini. 

Rolled Zucchini: Use a microplane to create 1/4 inch thin strips to use to roll the filling. Add a small amount of Mix to your pan.  Place rolled zucchini in pan and top with filling!  Cover and Bake at 375’ for 30-45 mins depending how thick you cut the squash. 

Zucchini Boats: Cut zucchini in half. Remove any large seeds but you don’t have to go crazy scooping. Top with filling, chili, meat/beans, salsa, cheese or any other filling you desire.  Top with Bloody Maria Mix. Cover & Bake at 375’ for 30 mins - 45 mins. 






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