How to Freeze Grapes

Frozen Grapes

For those who adore fruit, frozen grapes are quite a treat. Slightly firmer on the outside than the flesh beneath the skin, the grapes maintain a crunchy texture with the added bonus of an extra burst of sweetness and chill — snacking on a few of these is like having a couple of bites of refreshing sorbet on a warm summer day. A snap to prepare, frozen grapes keep well for a good few months in a sealed bag. Not only are frozen grapes a sweet standalone snack or feature on an appetizer plate, they also happen to be a delicious addition to smoothies. Be sure to serve some up in yogurt or a bowl of granola. You many also wish to consider using frozen grapes in recipes calling for frozen berries and fruits.

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Published on May 15, 2017

Sweet frozen grapes make a cool refreshing treat on hot summer days

Preparation: 20 minutes

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  • 2 cups green, red or black seedless grapes
  • 1/4 cup sugar (I used coconut sugar)
  • Remove all of the stems from the grapes and wash well. Put the grapes in a large resealable ziploc bag. Add the sugar to the bag, seal, and shake to coat the grapes with the sugar. Turn the grapes out onto paper towel and let air dry for 15 to 20 minutes.

  • Transfer the grapes to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and freeze for at least 2 hours, making sure they aren't touching so they don't stick together. Store in a sealed freezer bag for up to two to three months.

Makes 2 cups

Refreshing Frozen Grapes


Shaheen said...

What fantastic idea, I picked up a punnet of grapes this afternoon after work as its been rather warm, but I am liking the idea of frozen grapes - indeed like sorbet.

Krissy S said...

I love grapes, actually I love them so much that I buy too much and they all go bad way too fast lol! Next time I go to the grocery store I buy some I will try this. I wouldn't have even thought about adding sugar to them, sounds very yummy and a great healthy snack for summer! (: