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Grapes - Frozen

Updated on June 2, 2015

Frozen Grapes

I am always amazed by how many people have never considered, conceptualized, thus never enjoyed these refreshing frozen treats known as Frozen Grapes.

A treat in which I now consider a necessary refreshment on a hot summers day.

Easier than making ice cubes. You simply place a batch of grapes into the freezer and use them when you wish to.

So simple is the reason why I have been amazed at the reactions from the people that I have suggested this simple treat to. They have never heard of doing such a thing. Their expressed fear that the grapes might explode like a frozen can of soda.

A flavorful, self contained melt, in your mouth frozen grape slush.

One which can also be used to brighten up a simple glass of water while providing the same function of an ice cube.

It started with the grape for me. It has evolved onto freezing berries, pear slices, peach slices, and melon balls. Yet it is the grapes that come in their own package that cuts down on any sticky messes.

So start freezing them up, and munching them down. Then maybe thank me in the morning if you are one of those who had never imagined freezing a grape before.

So deliciously practical is the frozen grape.

Enjoy!



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      Murphy 5 years ago from Chicagoland, Illinois

      To soothe the teething of a child... Simply Genius 'R' !!!... thanks for sharing that with us ! *smiles*

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      Rfordin 5 years ago from Florida

      I've never myself had frozen grapes however when my children were teething we use to put them in "mesh" feeders and they were great to gnaw on.

      I guess as an adult I neer thought of eating them myself....I'll have to try them. Thanks for sharing.

      ~Becky

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      Murphy 5 years ago from Chicagoland, Illinois

      You will love them Mel!... It is one of those can't miss items... Spread the word !!!.. The grape growing industry will love us.. *smiles*

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      Murphy 5 years ago from Chicagoland, Illinois

      Thank you 'Deer' ! *smiles* They are versatile that's for sure as I've been known to drop a few into some Vanilla Ice Cream too...

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      Melanie Chisnall 5 years ago from Cape Town, South Africa

      I've heard of a lot of people who do this and they rave about it. I've never tried it, but think now I'll have to after reading this! Thanks!

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      RunningDeer 5 years ago from Iowa

      They are so yummy! Drop them in some wine for something tasty. They are also delicious with chocolate drizzled over them and then frozen. Such a short, but effective hub. Props! Up!

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      Murphy 5 years ago from Chicagoland, Illinois

      I still can not believe how so many people have never been exposed to such a yummy, logical, self contained treat... Happy to see you have been enjoying them 'spy'... and thank you for stopping by!

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      IAmForbidden 5 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up.

      Wow Yeah! I never thought that others did this too. I always have the delight eating Frozen grapes treat.

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      LikaMarie 5 years ago

      A thumbs up, and smiles back to you! :)

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      Murphy 5 years ago from Chicagoland, Illinois

      Thank you for stopping by LikaMarie... I too recognize and appreciate all the subtle benefits derived from simply enjoying a frozen grape.. It is like it is meant to be... *smiles*

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      LikaMarie 5 years ago

      This is an awesome idea, especially in this heat. It's less expensive to buy bulk, and when frozen, they don't mold on you. This is a great way to stay hydrated and get a refreshing treat w/o all the junk, because it's fruit, freshly frozen.

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      Murphy 5 years ago from Chicagoland, Illinois

      Thank you Katrine !... For your considerate recognition being shared here.. Enjoy !!!

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      KatrineDM 5 years ago

      It is a great idea, which I have never considered. I'm sure it's better than an ice-lolly because it's more natural, with less sugar etc. Thanks for sharing.

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      Murphy 5 years ago from Chicagoland, Illinois

      Thank you Denise... They can be a little life saver on the hottest of days.

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      Denise Mai 5 years ago from Idaho

      My mother always had a bag of cut up frozen fruit in the freezer during the summers. Grapes, honeydew, cantalope and other soft fruits. It was so refreshing to just grab a handful to cool myself off and satisfy my need for a quick snack.

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      Murphy 5 years ago from Chicagoland, Illinois

      Thanks for stopping by snoblet... I suspect any fruits can do.. Yesterday I cut into cubes a perfectly ripened Pear and froze it... It too was awesome!... Being 95 degrees here in Chicagoland yesterday made them all that much better.. But again, not like the clean natural packaging of a grape where I do not need to use some fork or spoon device in order to eat them without getting sticky... Advantage still goes to the grape.. *smiles*

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      Dave Rogers 5 years ago from New York

      I just threw the grapes into the freezer to try this out. Sounds nice to have on a hot day as you said :) Can this be done with any fruits? I want to try longans too.

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      Murphy 5 years ago from Chicagoland, Illinois

      Thank you Natasha! Thank you Dale! Thank you both for stopping in.

      Yep, individually naturally wrapped frozen little slushies... How can you go wrong.. And the only waste is the stem which is bio-degradable. *smiles*

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      Dale Hyde 5 years ago from Tropical Paradise on Planet X

      Like a fruit popsicle. :) Love them. Great idea and information!

      Voted up, interesting and useful.

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      Natasha 5 years ago from Hawaii

      I love frozen grapes! They get so delicious and almost creamy inside.

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      Murphy 5 years ago from Chicagoland, Illinois

      You're welcome Lucy!, and thanks for stopping by... I love the frozen berries almost as much as the grapes these days.. But it is the grapes that leave little mess behind... Maybe that is why I love them so.

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      B Lucy 5 years ago from Podunk, Virginia

      Love frozen grapes but haven't had them in forever . . thanks for the reminder!! Thinkin' I'm gonna try blueberries as well!!!

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      Murphy 5 years ago from Chicagoland, Illinois

      Thanks for your considerate recognition Patty, Billy, and Deborah!

      I know how much I appreciate the internal cool down that these treats have provided me. Better than a Popsicle, and better for you.

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      Deborah Brooks Langford 5 years ago from Brownsville,TX

      What a great idea.. I will share this on Facebook. and I will be putting my grapes and other fruits in the freezer

      Debbie

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      Bill Holland 5 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Got them in the freezer as I write this, and we don't even live in a hot part of the nation. Great summer treat!

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      Patty Kenyon 5 years ago from Ledyard, Connecticut

      Interesting!! I have had frozen grapes before and I do enjoy them to cool down on a hot summer day.

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