Frozen Grapes

Not sour grapes mind you – just green seedless grapes left in the freezer long enough to freeze solid.

Desert, tasty snack. Addicting.

This simple but brilliant idea came from my sister who got me hooked by the simple expedience of saying – “Here, try these.”

Today while wandering through the grocery store I picked up a bag of red seedless to try as well. She informs me that they don’t seem to freeze quite as well. Never one to take anyone’s word for anything, I am planning a taste test in the next few days (or when I run out of green grapes, which ever comes first).

Otherwise, I can say without question that it is nice and warm in the Phoenix area. Warm enough that I am enjoying reading rather than knitting…..

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7 Responses to Frozen Grapes

  1. Alison says:

    This is just begging for the Dr. Suess line: the greener green grapes
    are the keener keen apes are to gobble green grape cakes, they’re great!

  2. Mitch says:

    But I invented frozen grapes when I was a kid….

  3. Mary says:

    You’ve discovered what I used to suggest my dialysis pts on fluid restrictions (some had restrictions of 8oz pre day) to do, particularly in a D.C. summer. Frozen grapes are very refreshing and helped quench the thirst my renal pts often suffered through.

    Glad you’re having nice warm weather. Here we’ve got heavy winds and rain.

  4. Denise says:


  5. Steve says:

    Actually, if you like that…try this…
    Get hold of some fresh sour cherries in a few weeks, the ones you make pie from, wash, stem, freeze. They are the neatest things to sample on a hot day… Yes, they are tart, but also freezing brings out the sugar in them. Discovered that making cherry wine as I had frozen the cherries to delay making it. I’m sure sweet would work too, but the sour really hits the spot. Just remember NOT to try to chew the thing…, the stone is still in there. If you just gently crush the cherry with your teeth, it’ll give and then you can still join the cherry pit spitting contest…(they tend to freeze mushy, not solid)

  6. Carmen says:

    I agree with April about frozen grapes in the hot summer. I have only ever tried the red seedless however, so will have to try some green ones.

  7. Bruce says:

    Does this mean that your knitting in Germany is actually an effort to stay warm?

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