Little healthy icy sweet treats, sounds good doesn't it? Grapesicles, just a fancy name for frozen grapes actually, come in their own convenient packaging and are ideal to take with you on a picnic or to use as fruity ice cubes  :)

Update: 'Grapesicles' is accepted in the frozen treats contes, if you like this instructable I would really appreciate it if you considered voting. Thanks :)


Step 1: What to Do

  • White and red sweet seedless grapes
  • Make it extra delicious with a fruity sauce of jelly and lemon or lime juice
  • Freezer safe bag or box
  • Freezer
  • Optional: Satay skewers or cocktail sticks

What to do:
  1. Remove the stems from the grapes and wash them
  2. Put the grapes in the freezer and wait
  3. Done :)

Small tip: When you want to put the grapes on satay skewers for a nice presentation, do this before you put the grapes in the freezer. When you try this with frozen grapes they will most likely spit in two.

Step 2: Different Forms of Presentation

Use these little grapesicles with some fruity dip;
put them in your drinks to give your guests an icecold and pretty coctail;
decorate your desserts with them;
take them with you on a summer picknick;
share them in the car with your children;

or just take a large bowl and eat them all yourself :)


Love, Sanne



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    21 Discussions


    5 years ago

    My mom started freezing grapes about 40 years ago (weight watchers recommendation). They taste amazingly sweet frozen. I told my twins they were candy when they were toddlers lol. Still a favorite in our house :). Super cute on the skewers. Thanks for sharing.

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    You're very welcome!
    A friend of mine has got her five and two year old's to believe dried apricots are candy, more believable than 'olives are candy' like my aunt tried to do ;)


    5 years ago on Introduction

    I have been enjoying iced grapes for a while now they are great for scorching summers the skewers idea simple but brillant.

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    5 years ago on Introduction

    these pictures are really stunning. I hope my teeth won't hurt when i'll try the recipe :)

    1 reply

    Thank you :)
    Letting them out of the freezer a couple of minutes before you'd like to eat them really helps.


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice to hear you like the photographs! I like to put a little extra effort in them so they look nice :)