27 Great Grape Recipes: Fruity Dishes

All anyone ever seems to do is eat grapes plain. How boring is that? Upgrade your grape game. Enjoy these 27 great grape recipes…

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1. Grilled Pork Chops with Concord Grapes

Star chef Mario Batali’s fantastic savory-sweet dish will convert anyone skeptical about combining meat and fruit. He uses Concord grapes but says that pretty little Champagne grapes or even blueberries work well in the recipe, too.

From: FoodAndWine

2. Grape Cupcakes

Sweet and sour grape cupcakes are a huge hit with the kids! The purple frosting and cake are full of grape flavor.

From: ConfessionsOfACookbookQueen

3. 3-Ingredient Crock-Pot Meatballs

These crock pot grape jelly meatballs are a family favorite. They are seriously so good and the perfect appetizer for game day! They almost remind me of sweet and sour meatballs but taste better! My Grandpa has been making them for years and we always loved them growing up.

From: IHeartNaptime

4. Purple Grape Sorbet

I know I should say this about all my recipes but… YOU HAVE TO TRY THIS!! This sorbet has the most addictive, wonderful and extraordinary flavor.

From: WallflowerKitchen

5. Concord Grape Cheesecake Bars

Fresh, sweet and tart concord grapes are made into the perfect fruit puree to top these creamy Concord Grape Cheesecake Bars.

From: CrumbKitchen

6. Grape Salsa Recipe

It’s salsa time! Time to grab a bag of chips and gather around a big bowl of salsa. This isn’t just any salsa though, it’s Grape Salsa!!! Grapes are easy to love… they are jewel-colored, sweet like candy and the perfect size for snacking. Most table grapes have a pretty neutral flavor and make great additions in sweet and savory dishes. This Grape Salsa is a fun dish to try for savory grape eating! My family loves the sweet and spicy combo.

From: SprinkleSomeFun

7. Grape Sorbet

Fresh fruit sorbets are my go-to recipes for me during the summer months. They are an excellent way to use up slightly overripe fruits, which allows you to skip the sugar. In fact, this green grape sorbet even contains a little bit of lemon juice. Partly to maintain the color since lemon is a natural preservative but most of all because I used very ripe grapes which were almost too sweet.

From: TheGreedyVegan

8. Candied Grapes

Happy Friday everyone!  These Candied Grapes were such a salvation for me last week when I needed something quick and easy to do with my kiddos.  You see, our “summer schedule” includes a family activity every afternoon and that particular afternoon was a crazy one.  No time to head to the pool for a couple hours or even the park.  I needed something done and over in 15 minutes.  Yes, I could have skipped the family activity that day, but boy oh boy would I have paid for it the rest of the day….

From: MyKitchenEscapades

9. White Chocolate Peanut Grape Bites

These little white chocolate peanut grape bites are perfect for having on hand as a snack and are addictingly good! I’m re-sharing this recipe from 2 years ago because I made them again and just needed to highlight them – they’d make a great after school snack recipe!

From: SweetPhi

10. Upstate New York Concord Grape Pie

Nothing says fall in Upstate New York like a grape pie. This grapey Naples, NY confection is fairly new to the world of desserts, but it sure has made an impact. This annual treat is anticipated by many, and for some home cooks like myself worth the time-consuming effort it takes to put one together.  I am not going to lie, it is work to put one of these bad boys together.

From: HomeInTheFingerLakes

11. One-Ingredient Grape Granita

More importantly, is the flavor you get with that one weensy ingredient. For me, it’s like childhood in a cup. Juice made with Concord grapes was a fridge staple when I was a kid. In the summer my mom would alternate filling a cooler with that or lemonade and haul it to the beach where we’d spend the day.

From: MomsKitchenHandbook

12. Grape Salad

This creamy grape salad has a sweet, creamy, cool sauce. Crunchy, crisp juicy grapes. Buttery warm pecans. It’s the perfect combination of some of the world’s best foods.

From: OhSoDeliciouso

13. Roasted Grape & Balsamic Crostini

Roasted Grape & Balsamic Crostini is a bold sweet and savory appetizer that I love to serve in the winter. You all know my love of balsamic runs deep, so the balsamic reduction with the grapes and creamy ricotta takes this crostini to a whole other level.

From: CakeNKnife

14. Caramel Apple Grapes

Caramel Apple Grapes are the perfect snack! Grapes dipped in caramel and then in nuts. A little treat that tastes like caramel apple in every bite.

From: BellyFull

15. Goat Cheese Grape Balls

Yum. So good with a glass of white wine! This simple, elegant appetizer is perfect for a last-minute New Year’s Eve get-together. Fresh goat cheese, nuts, and honey add contrasting flavors and texture in one exquisite bite.

From: EatWell101

16. Concord Grape Jam

Ever since I discovered that I can make my own Jams at home, it has become an addiction. Though at times I still do tend to buy store bought jams, the amount of satisfaction I get while whipping up my own is unmeasurable! It had been a while since I made a batch and I was itching to give something new a try. I saw these Concord Grapes in the local store last week. I remembered this one recipe I was hoping to try and am I glad I did!

From: ChefInYou

17. Homemade Grape Slushies

Healthy and refreshing, Grape Slushie Recipe Our Grape Slushie Recipe is so good that you’ll be buying grapes galore. We love grapes fresh, frozen, slushified and in some recipes too! Learn how to make a slushie that is healthy using healthy ingredients.

From: KnowYourProduce

18. Homemade Grape Soda

Homemade (sugar-free!) Grape Soda ~ this gorgeous purple soda has nothing at all in common with the bottled stuff, it’s pure fruit, no added sugar, and bursting with grape flavor!

From: TheViewFromGreatIsland

19. 3-Cheese & Roasted Grape Pizza

This mouth-watering 3 Cheese Roasted Grape Pizza is packed with savory roasted grapes and 3 types of creamy, gooey cheese.

From: LiveEatLearn

20. Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Grapes & Walnuts

Forget the sodium-rich green bean casseroles and vegetables out of a can. Prep time is mere minutes and roasting is another 20 minutes. Serve it with a roast, holiday turkey and any format of potatoes!

From: TeenieCakes

21. Homemade Grape Juice

There’s nothing better than homemade grape juice. Step-by-step instructions with photos on how to make your own grape juice from scratch.

From: SimplyRecipes

22. Banana Grape Smoothie

Grapes are at its best during spring. Sweet, juicy, and crisp red grapes can be used to make tempting banana grape smoothies. This easy and healthy smoothie recipe combines and preserves the nutrients and vitamins of grapes with those of banana and adds goodness of milk and yogurt.

From: FoodViva

23. Broccoli Salad with Grapes

Crisp broccoli is combined with sweet, juicy grapes, and crunchy bits of red onion just before being tossed with a tangy, sweet balsamic dressing. This is a light summer salad that my broccoli-hating-children devoured in minutes.

From: BarefeetInTheKitchen

24. Grape Cucumber Salad

In a large bowl, combine the cucumbers and grapes. In a small bowl, whisk together all dressing ingredients, then pour the dressing over cucumber-grape mixture. Gently stir until well coated. Serve immediately or cover and chill until ready to serve.

From: GrapesFromCalifornia 

25. Mediterranean Grilled Chicken & Grape Skewers

Remove skewers from marinade and let excess oil drip off. Season with salt. Grill on barbecue until chicken is cooked through, about 3-5 minutes on each side. Arrange on serving platter and drizzle with additional olive oil and lemon juice.

From: FoodNetwork

26. Grilled Grape Brie & Arugula Flatbread Pizza

Creamy brie, blue cheese, and juicy grapes come together for a fresh new take on artisan pizza, Grilled Grape Brie and Arugula Flatbread Pizza.

From: TidyMom

27. Roasted Grape, Goat Cheese, & Honey Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

You know, luscious is sort of one of those words that makes my skin crawl. It’s just so… blahhh. Like one of those words that makes you cringe to the point where you could punch a puppy in the face. So yucky.

Too much?

I just had no other words to describe these grapes. I wish I could hug them.

From: HowSweetEats

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