Do you like grapes as much as I do? If you answered yes to this question, you will love this new recipe that turns ordinary grapes into a wonderfully sweet and crunchy mixture of happiness. Better yet, it is gluten free!
This recipe is for grape salad. The recipe comes from our cousin Amy. My sister and I did a test run of this recipe last month and it was fantastic! I love eating grapes on their own, but this recipe takes them to a whole new level of tasty.
Here are some things we learned:
First, it would be better to mix the sour cream and cream cheese with a hand mixer or stand mixer. You can mix it by hand, but it will be easier with a mixer. (I learned I have little hand and arm strength when I mix by hand, I am spoiled with my stand mixer).
Second, we could only find red grapes in the store. This was not a problem because the salad was delicious; however, we think it would be better to have green grapes for a beautiful mix of color and a slight variation of taste.
Third, if you do not use nuts (like we did) do not worry, the recipe will be marvelous without the nuts.
Fourth, make sure you top the entire bowl with lots of brown sugar. You can never have too much brown sugar, in my opinion.
Finally, let the dish sit in the fridge overnight to blend. I had some salad the first night and it was ok. Believe me when I say, the longer this recipe sits the better.
I hope you guys try this recipe, it is so easy and it will blow your mind. Amy says everyone asks for the recipe whenever she brings it to a gathering. Now, all of you can wow a crowd with this wonderful dish.
Thanks for sharing Amy!
2 lbs. green grapes
2 lbs. red grapes
4 oz. cream cheese
4 oz. sour cream
½ TBSP vanilla (1 and 1/2 tsps)
1 C. pecans
¼ C. brown sugar (or much more)
Wash & pluck grapes. In another bowl mix sour cream, cream cheese & vanilla. Stir into grapes. For topping, mix brown sugar and pecans and sprinkle over the grape salad mix.