These Easy-To-Make Frozen Drunken Grapes Are The Perfect Summer Treat!

Summer is my favorite time of year.

I love the beautiful weather, but sometimes it can get a little hot for my taste. That’s why I love to relax with a cool and refreshing treat at the end of a long day. When I saw this delicious, easy-to-make recipe for the perfect adult summer snack, I had to makeit.

These wine soaked frozen grapes are exactly what I want on a hot summer day, so we decided to give this simple recipe a tryhere in the LittleThings office. The results? Everyone crowded into thekitchen helping themselves to seconds and thirds at theend of the workday, of course.

Ingredients:

  • 2 cupswhite wine
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 2 1/2 cups green grapes

Now that we’ve tried these in the office, I definitely plan to bring them to my next barbecue. This treat is easier to eat than a popsicle and has a delicious burstof sweet wine flavor that will have everyone talking!

Special thanks to Maya Borenstein for these amazing images.

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To make these delicious drunken grapes, start with white wine, sugar, green grapes, and an empty jar.

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Measure out 2 cups of white wine. We used a Sauvignon Blanc, but feel free to use your favorite wine!

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Measure out 1/4 cup of sugar. Pour the white wine and sugar into an empty jar.

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Stir well to dissolve as much sugar as possible.

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Add the grapes to the sugar wine in order to soak.

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Cover the jar and place it in the refrigerator for 12 hours to allow the grapes to absorb as much flavor as possible.

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After the grapes have soaked, remove the jar from the fridge. Pour out the wine marinade, but don’t throw it away. This sweet wine makes a delicious beverage to accompany your snack!

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Scoop the grapes out of the jar and allow them to air dry.

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Pour 1/4 cup of sugar onto a plate.

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Place the marinated grapes in the sugar and roll them around.

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Roll until all of the grapes are lightly coated in sugar.

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Cover the plate of grapes and place in the freezer until frozen (about 34 hours).

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Just a few hours later, you’ve got delicious drunken grapes for everyone to enjoy!

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Read more: http://www.littlethings.com/drunken-grapes-recipe/

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