Waste Not – Want More!: Great Frozen Grapes


Round. Smooth. Plump. Juicy.

Whether picked off the vine, sprinkled in a salad or gobbled down with some cheese, grapes have an inherent POP that makes eating the juicy fruit a natural delight.

Once you pop, you won't want to stop eating this sweet treat. Copyright 2012 Erika Emma Reimers.

Once you pop, you won’t want to stop eating this sweet treat. Grapes are an easy snack, frozen or not. Copyright 2012 Erika Emma Reimers.

Fresh grapes of all colours are a sweet treat, but they might be even better frozen! To extend your enjoyment of nature’s candy, try this great tip!

*Tip* Works well with fresh fruit or is a great way to prolong the life of slightly withered grapes.

Rinse grapes with water to wash off any remaining dirt. Either pick off each grape or leave them on the vine and place them in a freezer-safe container or bag. Chill in the freezer for about 2 hours and enjoy at your leisure.

Grapes are an excellent low-calorie snack. Copyright 2012 Erika Emma Reimers.

This lactose-free frozen treat is a great way to save on ice cream and still have an addictive frozen snack, ready to eat in the freezer. First cultivated by the Egyptians about 7,000 years ago, grapes are high in soluble dietary fiber and have antioxidant properties that inhibit cancer-promoting hormones.

 Antioxidants prevent cell damage caused by free radicals, which are unstable molecules that are formed when the body uses oxygen.

Lactose-free and naturally yummy! Copyright 2012 Erika Emma Reimers.

Lactose-free and naturally yummy! Above: frozen red grapes. Copyright 2012 Erika Emma Reimers.

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