Zucchini Coffee Cake

I am still keeping up with the zucchini that my very nice neighbor brings me. My own plant may be producing soon and I will need to keep the zucchini creativity going! LOL…. One of these blog posts I will gather together all my zucchini recipes and share them with you. But for now, I will share this zucchini coffee cake recipe that I made this morning for the family. I also served fresh organic peaches that I got from my Azure order.. yum, yum!!


Zucchini Coffee Cake

1 ½ cups whole wheat pastry flour

1 ¼ cups oats

1 cup Sucanat

1t baking soda

1t cinnamon

½ t salt

2 cups shredded zucchini

½ cup butter, softened

¼ c yogurt

1t vanilla

2 eggs



¾ cup cane juice crystals

½ cup whole wheat pastry flour

½ cup oats

½ t cinnamon

¼ cup butter, softened



This is a very easy coffee cake to make. Combine all of the cake ingredients into your Kitchen Aid or Bosch bowl (or use a mixing bowl and a hand mixer) and blend until it is well combined. The batter will be thick. Spoon and spread this into a 9x13 pan that has been sprayed with non-stick spray.  Combine the dry ingredients for the topping and use a fork or your (clean) hands to mix in the butter until it is crumbly. Sprinkle the topping over the cake. Bake at 350 for 35 to 40minutes.


  1. I love zucchani! My mom makes zucchani brownies sometimes! I will defiantly give her this recipe!


  2. I never made a coffee cake with zucchini sounds good I must try it. I wonder if I could use white flour? and regular sugar? do you know? I'm a bad girl I like all the things that aren't good for us..LOL haflinger

  3. Well I for one can never have to many zuchini recipes, I certainly will be watching for some more recipes, and will try this one out..Thanks Crystal


  4. Crystal,

    This sounds yummy- I will have to try it since I am still pulling zucchini from the EIGHT zucchini plants my overzealous husband planted :) I have been making these incredible zucchini brownies that are just... ... ... there are no words to describe how good they are. Suffice it to say I can only make them once every couple of weeks. Thanks for the recipe!



  5. Crystal,

    Thank you for posting the recipe. I am excited about making this.

    Hugs, Bobbi Jo

  6. I love your blog and I am always excited reading it everyday since I am a stay-home wife and a mommy of a 3 months old baby,I learn a lot from it and I am so grateful that I found you because you have helped me in so many ways.Anyway,I just started baking, I am from Asia,we don't bake a lot because our weather is hot and most of us don't have an air condition in our house ,so when I got here I love to start new things including baking and do a lot of cooking. I really don't know what is Sucanat, and where can I buy it?

    Just by reading all this recipes makes me hungry :-)

    Thanks so much for being an inspiration to me.


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