Frozen Grapes

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On these hot summer days, it’s so nice to have a refreshing snack.
I usually go for the popcycle or the slushie. Sometimes I want something healthy and with a little more substance. These are perfect for that. You only need a few and you are completely satisfied.

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They are so simple to make too.

Have the kids pick the grapes off the stem and wash the grapes really well.

After that, it’s just a matter of rolling the grapes in a little bit of Lime Jell-O (or whatever flavor you want). Or just freezing them plain. We did half and half and that’s about how I like to eat them too. Some with and some without.

Roll it. Freeze it. Eat it!!!

frozen grapes

frozen grapes

They just look refreshing. Excuse me while I go eat a few.

frozen grapes

Frozen Grapes

Grapes
Jell-O, optional (Lime)

1-Make sure you have grapes and Jell-O if you wanted to try with Jell-O.
2-Clean your work area.
3-Take the grapes off the stems.
4-Wash the grapes.
5-If you want them coated in Jell-O, open your package of Jell-O and pour about 2 Tbsp. on a plate or in a bowl.
6-Place grapes in and roll them around in the Jell-O.
7-Once they are covered in Jell-O, place them on a pan or flat surface that will fit in the freezer.
8-If you don’t want Jell-O, place the washed grapes in the pan or flat surface. Place them in a single layer, don’t stack them up.
9-Put them in the freezer and let them freeze for 2-3 hours.
10-Remove from freezer and eat. They defrost really quick and then they get kind squishy so only take out a few at a time.
11-Place the extra grapes in a smaller container or ziplock bag.
12-Clean up the mess.
13-Eat, Share, Enjoy!!!

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