I wouldn't exactly call this a "recipe", but they sure are delicious.
These little frozen orbs make a super healthy snack that kids love to eat, especially when it's warm outside.
Whether you use green or red grapes doesn't matter, but if you use grapes with seeds, make sure to cut them in half and remove the seeds before you freeze them. Kenya and I went to my friend Rachel's house and she had what seemed like miles of Concord grapes growing all over a trellis in her yard. They tasted just like the Welch's grape juice!
Grapes have potassium which is important for overall cardiovascular health and phytonutrients called anthocyanins which can have powers 50 times stronger then vitamin E.
These are great because you can serve them to 10 month olds cut into quarters, 18 month olds cut in half and whole ones given to kids over 4 or so.
For more recipes featuring grapes, check out the links below!
Jeanette's Healthy Living_ Kale, Grape and Ginger Lemon Juice
The Heritage Cook_ Chicken Breasts with Fresh Grape-Wine Reduction Sauce
Napa Farmhouse 1885_ Roasted Grapes with Balsamic Drizzle
Red or Green_ Grape and Tomato Salsa
Virtually Homemade_ Grape Sorbet
Weelicious: Frozen Grapes
The Sensitive Epicure_ Green grapes, Drunken Goat Cheese and Jalapenos on a Toothpick
Domesticate Me_ Gingered Grape Cocktail Granitas
Made by Michelle_ Quinoa with Grapes, Figs and Caramelized Onions
Taste With The Eyes_ Chevre Chaud with Grape Arugula Salad, Limoncello Dressing
Devour: Grape-Filled Desserts
FN Dish_ 10 Grape-Forward Recipes
Frozen Grapes (makes 1 Cup)
- 1 Cup Grapes, any color (make sure they’re seedless and if not seed them before freezing).
Preparation1. Place the washed grapes on a cookie sheet (If your little one is under the age of 2, halve the grapes before freezing).
2. Place the cookie sheet in the freezer for 4 hours.