Recipes ofKurt Dixon

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Body Refined, a Health & Wellness practice


Frozen Grapes

Monday, July 23, 2018
Total time
5 minutes
Preparation time
5 minutes

Frozen fresh fruit! Who needs high-calorie and artificial sugar-filled frozen fruit bars when you can transform whole fruits into wholesome sorbet?

If you have more of a sweet tooth, you may want to try freezing red or black grapes. Green grapes are a popular pick for those who enjoy the sweet and tangy flavor. The grapes keep their crunchy character while the inside becomes a smooth sorbet surprise. Whether you are in need of a refreshing snack after a tough workout or craving a cool snack on a hot summer day, frozen grapes won’t disappoint!

or2 lbs or 6 cups of seedless grapes, red or green or black or a combination
Rinse the grapes thoroughly
Place a 1/2 cup of grapes in in 12 zip log bags with a good seal. Don’t worry about fully drying the grapes before bagging them—a nice pat with paper towel will do the trick. You don’t want the grapes to be so wet that they will all freeze together, but a little moistness will give them a nice frosty coating after freezing
Let the grapes sit in the freezer overnight to allow for an even freeze
Nutritional information
Per 100 gPer portion (76 g)% DRI
Energy69 kcal52 kcal3 %
Fat0 g0 g0 %
Fatty acids, total saturated0 g0 g0 %
Cholesterol0 mg0 mg0 %
Sodium2 mg2 mg0 %
Carbohydrate18 g14 g5 %
Sugars15 g12 gremove
Fiber1 g1 g3 %
Protein1 g1 gremove