Frozen Grapes

Serves: 2 to 4 as a snack

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Frozen grapes are like healthy, bite-sized popsicles you can snack on any time of day. They're crunchy, a bit sweet and crave-worthy.
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Pull grapes off the stems (if desired) and spread them out on a plate or sheet pan to freeze. Freeze for a couple hours, then eat right away or store in the freezer in an airtight container.


For a fun twist that makes a great dinner party appetizer, soak the grapes in white wine before freezing them. Cut a sliver off the tops of the grapes to expose the flesh and to help them absorb the wine, then soak them for an hour or so before freezing.

Recipe by PCC Natural Markets

Source: PCC Sound Consumer, May 2013

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