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Saturday, September 25, 2010


What do you do with your grapes when you have too many?
"Grapesicles" is one of my favorite treats! It brings me back to my growing up years, and for some reason I think of my sister Nancy. Maybe we froze grapes together?

I don't know that I can really call this a "recipe" since there's no mixing of anything involved. Simply wash your grapes, lay them out on a small cookie sheet or dish (big enough to fit in your freezer) and freeze. Serve these for an after school snack or any time. I keep my extras in a Pyrex bowl with a lid in the freezer. They keep for a really long time this way.

I love, love, love grapesicles!

You might be able to spot the few Concord grapes on the left. I think those tasted even better than the generic green grapes I love so much. I was happily surprised by that.

1 comment:

  1. The only thing better than frozen grapes? Slushy grapes. Mmmm.