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To finish off Zucchini Week, I’m sharing one of my sweet low carb zucchini recipes. This blueberry zucchini bread recipe with lemon glaze is one of my absolute favorite ways to use zucchini. And, what better way to celebrate summer than with zucchini, blueberries, and lemons? Combine them together and you get one truly amazing low carb dessert!
If you need a recap of Zucchini Week, it’s pretty simple. I’ve been posting low carb zucchini recipes here at Wholesome Yum all week long! Here are the recipes you may have missed:
- Zucchini pizza bites
- Easy fried zucchini and squash
- Zucchini noodle salad with bacon and tomatoes
- Zucchini au gratin (low carb cheesy zucchini casserole)
I hope you’ll get to try at least one of them. Even better, make them all! They are all wonderful ways to use summer zucchini. Today’s keto blueberry zucchini bread is the final recipe for Zucchini Week this year.
Now that you’ve enjoyed your savory low carb zucchini recipes, it’s time for the sweet! If you haven’t tried a sweet zucchini bread recipe yet, you’re going to be thrilled. You can’t taste the zucchini at all, I promise! Instead, you end up with the most deliciously tender, moist (low carb) sweet bread.
This lemon blueberry zucchini bread recipe makes my favorite low carb zucchini bread yet. The lemon and blueberry flavors are so summery! And, I love that I can sneak in a seasonal green veggie in there.
Blueberry zucchini bread with lemon glaze is awesome for dessert, but it’s also health enough for breakfast! The zucchini keeps it light on both calories and carbs. And, it tastes so decadent that you could almost call it blueberry zucchini cake.
I’m not going to lie. Dessert for breakfast is the best! Of course, that’s only a good idea when you can get some healthy ingredients in there. Fortunately, blueberry zucchini bread does. It’s low carb, gluten-free, sugar-free, keto, and even paleo. (You may want to use another sweetener for a more strict paleo option.)
As always, I tried to keep the recipe under ten ingredients. Technically, I cheated on that a bit. Even without the salt (which I never count), it came out to eleven.
To keep my promise of ten ingredients, I made the lemon zest optional. The gluten-free blueberry zucchini bread is still great without it. But, if you like lemon-y flavor, I encourage you to include it if you can!
Blueberry Zucchini Bread Recipe w/ Lemon Glaze (Low Carb, Gluten-free):
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Want to use a different sweetener? Check the natural low carb sweeteners guide & conversion chart!
Want more low carb, gluten-free breakfast ideas? Try these: