For this recipe, you’ll need a grater. We’d highly recommend using a box grater for a substantial grate-job like this. It’ll be easier on the arm muscles! A whisk or hand mixer is another tool that will come in handy for this zucchini bread, though a wooden spoon or spatula would also get the job done. Finally, you’ll need a loaf pan to bake in. Definitely don’t forget the important step of greasing the pan so the bread doesn’t stick.
This recipe breaks down an important baking principle: separately mixing your dry ingredients and wet ingredients. This is important to ensure everything is properly mixed so you don’t end up biting into a clump of salt. Baking is one of the more scientific types of cooking, so you also need those reactive ingredients, like baking soda and powder, to be dispersed evenly.
I think you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to achieve this truly delicious bread. It’s a great entry-level baking project, and is wonderful to share with coworkers or classmates. Plus--your home will smell totally incredible. Happy baking!