With the arrival of fall and the harvest of grapes, there is plenty to go around at this time of the year. If you want to sweeten up this delectable fruit of the Gods, add more magic to your grapes by frosting the. Frosted grapes are beautiful served with your cheese plate and shows that you put in that little bit of extra effort. These tiny mouthfuls are also fun for kids and gives them a little extra joy like the sweetness of candy.
Most recipes for Frosted Grapes use gelatin to get the pretty frost on the grapes, however, the way I make these Frosted Grapes makes it edible for anyone who wants to avoid gelatin. Gelatin is basically collagen obtained from various animal raw materials. Why would you want processed animal products on your freshly picked grapes? The thought of Frosted Grapes permeates the essence of fresh fruit under the first comings of winter. I do my best to uphold this purity in my recipe.
1 pound grapes
6 TBSP sugar
- Rinse your grapes and pat off excess water, leaving them slightly damp.
- Put the sugar in a large Ziploc bag.
- Put the grapes into the bag and shake briskly.
- Place on a platter and put in refrigerator to set for 1 hour before serving.