Lemon Summer Squash Bread

Don’t let the name of this delightful, citrus-ey bread fool you.  Lemon Summer Squash Bread is a quick bread for all seasons.   

I first made this bread last summer when my garden was overflowing with yellow squash.  The loaf pictured here is made with zucchini.  Both varieties of squash are completely interchangeable in recipes, so don’t feel like you have to use one over the other just because of the name of this one.  (However, I did find that the yellow squash version was a bit more moist than the zucchini–but just a bit.)

Lemon Summer Squash Bread (a la Lemon Zucchini Bread) has a cake-like texture that holds up well when picked up and eaten.  That said, just tonight, my husband put a slice on a plate and plopped a scoop of ice cream over it, eating it with a fork.

Either way, you will fall in love with the sweet zing the lemon glaze gives this bread, a treat you’ll enjoy any time of the year!

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