frozen grapes – the perfect summer treat

July 25, 2013 by Lauren


Just put your (clean) grapes in the freezer! It’s suggested to dry them off after washing so they don’t stick together in the freezer – but ain’t nobody got time fo that, especially when we don’t use paper towels in our house (gasp, weirdos, i know). I always have a thousand ice cube trays lying around, so last time I made some, I just stuck one in each little cube holder thingy. Pretty genius if ya ask me? Then when I want a nice treat, I just grab a hole tray and enjoy!

grapes tray

A lot of people like them frozen because:

-They have a different consistency (a nice icy chew, kinda like ice cream in a weird way?)
-It’s slower to eat them (I can eat 100000s of normal grapes in 5 minutes like nobody’s business. They are also expensive. Here, you have to enjoy slowly!)
-Some say they taste a little sweeter, but this may just be because you’re eating them slower and enjoying the grapey taste :)
-A very healthy snack!
-PERFECT for the hot summer!

Go freeze some!

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  1. sonya says:

    We do that too! Its also really awesome dor teething babies. :) which we are going through right now!

  2. Stephanie Wells says:

    I started eating frozen grapes a couple years ago, and I love them!! They’re like tiny, healthy popsicles! :)

  3. Ming says:

    LOVE! We must be kindred spirits, although I grew up eating them in the Midwest.

    They are oh-so-good in smoothies, too! So is zucchini – the plants are so prolific you have to be creative or you’ll have a hot mess of old squash and fruit flies burying your kitchen.

  4. Jillian N says:

    My favorite summertime snack!

  5. Theresa says:

    DEEEEEELightful idea!!!

  6. Michelle B says:

    These are the best! Even in winter :) Off to buy some now!

  7. zainab says:

    my husband introduced me to these

  8. catherine collins says:

    going to try the frozen grapes sounds good.

  9. Morgan says:

    I know this is super old, but I think you’ll like it, if you haven’t tried it yet… use them to chill wine. I have to have ice in my wine, but it waters it down (unless I’m drinking really fast, but I don’t do that… ever!) It keeps the wine nice & cold, doesn’t water it down, and they look cool hanging out in the glass.

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