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Once again, Martha Stewart dropped a versatile recipe that can work for any occasion and we can’t wait to bake it up ASAP. On May 20, Stewart posted a mouth-watering photo of a bread recipe to her Instagram.

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She posted it with the caption: “Serve it for breakfast, a side dish or a snack. However you slice it, you’re sure to love this moist zucchini bread with a crisp, cheesy crust. Get the recipe at the link in bio! : @pissinginthepunchbowl.”

In just two hours you can make this versatile and delicious zucchini bread recipe for any occasion. While this recipe is beginner-friendly, it does require quite a few ingredients, such as all-purpose flour, shredded zucchini, kosher salt, poppy seeds, and sour cream, just to name a few.

In the three-step recipe, you start by preheating the oven, gathering your ingredients, and making sure everything is in front of you. In no time you will be baking for an hour until it is completely cooked. Both savory and cheesy, this bread recipe is bound to be a crowd pleaser.

According to Stewart, this bread can be stored for up to three days if wrapped in parchment-lined foil and at room temperature. That is, if there are seconds left!

Get Stewart’s Complete Beginner-Friendly Recipe for Zucchini Parmesan Bread With Poppy Seeds HERE.

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