Zucchini Casserole Bisquick Recipe
I am so excited to share the zucchini casserole Bisquick recipe with you! If you love zucchini and are looking for things to do with it, then I have a delicious recipe for you to try.
You can enjoy this Bisquick zucchini pie as a delicious side dish or even a main course. It’s a great way to use your fresh zucchini from the garden or the grocery store.
This zucchini casserole with Bisquick is one of the most delicious savory dishes you can enjoy. It makes a great brunch dish, especially during the harvest of zucchini season. Not only is it a very tasty dish, but it is also an easy dish to make.
Perhaps you’re unfamiliar with a zucchini casserole with Bisquick. For comparison’s sake, it is similar to a zucchini quiche, but it’s a crustless type of quiche.
Of course, it’s not exactly a quiche, because it is made with Bisquick mix in it, making it taste like a cross between biscuits and quiche, essentially it tastes delicious. It’s very difficult to go wrong with this tasty recipe.
Let’s jump right in together to the recipe and see what ingredients you need in order to make this tasty recipe.
Bisquick Zucchini Bake Recipe
Bisquick Baking Mix. One of the key ingredients to this recipe is a Bisquick baking mix. The box of Bisquick mix can still be powdered.
It doesn’t need to be combined with any other ingredients, but it should be the kind used to make pancakes, waffles, muffins, or biscuit mix. You also don’t have to use the name-brand mix, any type of baking mix like this will work as well.
Fresh Zucchini. You will also want to have approximately three medium-sized fresh zucchini to make this recipe. I do not recommend using frozen zucchini, you will have the best result when you use fresh.
Zucchini fresh from the grocery store or fresh from the garden works perfectly for this recipe.
Shredded Cheese. You will also want to have some shredded cheese on hand to make this recipe. I recommend using freshly grated Parmesan cheese, for the best result.
However, some other great options include shredded cheddar cheese or shredded mozzarella cheese. It is a matter of your preference and what you have on hand as to what type of cheese you prefer to use.
Olive Oil. You will also want to use your favorite type of oil. Usually, olive oil is my preferred type of oil. However, canola oil and vegetable oil also work well for this recipe.
Onion. If only minced onion will give your casserole some delicious flavor. You don’t need a large onion, preferably a small yellow onion will work out well.
Eggs. I also recommend including eggs in this recipe for the best overall Bisquick zucchini casserole. You will want to use a few medium or large-sized eggs.
Milk. Whole milk or your favorite type of milk will help to moisten your batter.
Salt. Salt is great to season your casserole with. You can use seasoning salt or regular kosher or sea salt for this recipe.
Garlic. I also recommend including some garlic powder, or a freshly minced garlic clove to season your casserole and add some delicious garlic flavor.
Black Pepper. Some freshly ground black pepper added to your casserole recipe it is also a delicious option.
Italian Seasoning. Another great optional seasoning to include is Italian seasoning. This as a pop of color and flavor to your casserole if desired.
Fresh Parsley. It’s also fun to sprinkle some fresh parsley on top of your casserole before serving. This will add some additional color to your casserole if desired.
How to Make Zucchini Casserole Bisquick Recipe
First, preheat oven to 350°F.
Cut your zucchini into thin slices.
In your mixing bowl, combine all of the ingredients except for the zucchini slices. Mix until combined. Then fold in the zucchini slices.
Pour mixture into a square 9-inch pan, or casserole dish. Spread the zucchini mixture evenly in the pan. Place it into the 350 degree oven and bake for approximately 25 to 30 minutes or until it turns a light golden brown.
Insert a toothpick into the center to see if it comes out. Once it is clean, remove it from the oven and allow it to cool for a few minutes before cutting and serving.
If your casserole needs to continue baking for a few more minutes, you can cover it with aluminum foil to prevent the top from burning.
Continue cooking until it is baked all the way through. Once your casserole is completely cooked, let it cool for a few minutes then cut it into pieces before serving.
You are then ready to serve and enjoy one of your new favorite things!
Tips and Tricks
Bisquick Baking Mix. When adding the Bisquick mix to your recipe, it should just be the powdered mix and not any prepared recipe.
Also, keep in mind that it does not have to be the name-brand baking mix, any baking mix like Bisquick will work for this recipe.
Yellow Squash. One of the tastiest variations of the zucchini casserole with Bisquick is to make this casserole using yellow squash instead of zucchini.
Another great option is to use part yellow squash and part of zucchini in your casserole, so you get the best of both worlds. Feel free to mix things up so that it is made according to your preferences.
How to Serve
You can enjoy this zucchini casserole with Bisquick as a delicious side dish, main dish, and even for breakfast, brunch, or any other time of the day you want to enjoy it.
If you are enjoying this casserole recipe for a main meal, one of the best ways to enjoy it is to serve alongside the casserole a simple green salad, then you can enjoy a completely delicious meal.
Storage and Reheating
Storage at room temperature. This zucchini casserole should not be left at room temperature any longer than two hours when your room temperature is between 40°F and 90°F before it goes bad. After that, it must be stored in the fridge.
Storage in the fridge. One of the best ways to store your zucchini casserole is to keep it in the fridge. To store your casserole leftovers in the fridge, first transfer them to airtight container or seal them in a plastic storage bag. Place them in the fridge for up to 3 to 4 days.
Reheating ideas. There are several different ways you can reheat your zucchini casserole if needed. The fastest way is to microwave it for 1 to 2 minutes in a microwave-safe dish.
However, for the best-tasting result, I prefer to reheat the casserole in the oven at 350°F until it is warmed through, or in the air fryer at 350°F for a few minutes until it is warmed all the way through.
Usually, using the microwave is the fastest method, but the best results will be had when you reheat it in the oven or in the air fryer.
Easy Zucchini Casserole
Making zucchini casserole with Bisquick is easy and delicious. If you are looking for another way to use your fresh zucchini, then I would recommend giving this recipe a try. I hope that you try it, and I hope you enjoy it!
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