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Glorious Grape Recipes

Is there anything more refreshing than the juicy sweetness that bursts when eating a cold grape? I know I’m not the only one who tries to keep grapes cold for ultimate enjoyment, even making sure to put them next to a cooler pack in my lunch bag. My son has gotten on the grapey train too, gobbling them up by the bowlful after a long afternoon playing outside.

Get the dish on all things grape in this post. They’re not just a perfect lunchbox or post-play snack – grapes can be used in all sorts of recipes, making a sweet and surprising addition to lunch and dinner (or, of course, dessert!).

Try a few of these recipes to sweeten your meal:

Do you use grapes in surprising ways? Let me know your favorite recipes!

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Mary says …

Frozen red grapes also make a wonderful treat.

Shemiqua says …

I love eating frozen grapes! Yum!

marian says …

butter-sauted calves liver with green grapes added toward the end

Nancy says …

Grape slushie recipe : When I click on slushies I get the harvest cake recipe again. I would liove to have the slushie recipe.

laurie says …

I use halved grapes,as you would any other fruit, in crisps and cobblers. Delicious alone or in combination with other fruit.

cmj42053 says …

Marian's butter-sauted calves liver with green grapes, sounds like a winner. I just happen to have both in my fridge, I think that would go good with some buttered brown rice and some sauteed balsamic onions.

Nikki - Community Moderator says …

@NANCY - Thanks for catching that! I have fixed the link for the Double Grap Slushie recipe so the photo should take you to the recipe. Let us know how the slushies turn out!

Komer says …

these recipes suck.... i dont recommend it

Alllan Starkey says …

Seedless FROZEN grapes make a crunchy, delicious snack, especially in the summertime.

Nancy Breeden says …

Add red grapes to cherry gelatin (can also used pitted cherries) . Chill till set. Top with sour cream. Sprinkle grated cheddar on top. Sounds weird but is delicious !