There is so much more to grape recipes than just jams, jellies, and wine!
From parfaits and smoothies to pies and galettes, here are a bunch of grape dishes for you to try.
Adding a unique burst of sweetness to salads, sides, and sweets, grapes will surely make your tastebuds go wild.
It also helps that they’re so pretty, whether green, purple, or whatever color they may be.
If you’re looking for more ways to incorporate grapes into your diet, don’t just snack on them.
These recipes will highlight the greatness of grapes in such creative ways. I’m talking grapes on pizza, oatmeal, and even rice!
Ready to achieve grape-ness? Let’s get started.
Grapes, yogurt, and granola: these three things create a hearty, delicious breakfast.
If you like your first meal of the day to be cold and sweet, this parfait is for you.
The crunch of the granola, the creaminess of the yogurt, and the juiciness of the grapes make a beautiful harmony of flavors and textures.
It’s like eating ice cream, only a lot healthier. With this breakfast, you’ll get both flavor and nutrition!
Chicken Waldorf salad is a colorful combination of fruits, walnuts, and shredded chicken.
There are grapes in it, too, of course, adding that sweetness and lovely snappy and juicy texture.
The salad mix-ins get tossed in a rich and tangy dressing of yogurt and mayonnaise.
Together, they create a creamy and dreamy salad that tastes great on its own or as a sandwich filling.
Serve your cool Waldorf salad in a warm croissant and breakfast is served.
Grapes in pizza? I’m listening.
This pizza is definitely out of the ordinary. It’s loaded with three types of cheeses – ricotta, parmesan, and mozzarella. Okay, no surprises there.
What makes this pizza a cut above the rest is the roasted grapes. If you’ve never tried roasted grapes in your life, this is the sign to do it!
Roasting gives grapes an even deeper, sweeter flavor. Coated with olive oil and rosemary, they’ll get a lovely aroma and an earthy contrast.
Having trouble getting your kids to eat Brussels sprouts? This recipe is a must-try.
Because of improper cooking, Brussels sprouts have gotten a bad reputation for being bitter, slimy, and stinky.
However, if you roast them the right way, you’ll be rewarded with sweet, nutty, and earthy sprouts with a crispy exterior and a creamy interior.
Roast them with grapes and they’ll also get a sweet flavor contrast. They’ll get a 10/10, for sure.
In this recipe, sweet potatoes are given the superstar treatment.
First, they’re roasted to soft and tender perfection.
They’re then hollowed out, the flesh mashed with goat cheese and honey, and seasoned with cinnamon and nutmeg.
The aromatic mixture is then spooned back into the skins, and topped with the extra-special ingredient – roasted grapes. Ahh. Perfection.
Finished off with honey, these are some of the world’s best stuffed sweet potatoes.
I’m not a big salad eater, but this grape Parmesan salad is one of the few exceptions. The colors alone already make me drool.
Made of red, green, and purple grapes, this salad is a treat to the eyes and the palate.
These grapes are already amazing on their own but add a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkling of Parmesan and pepper, and they’ll be even more delightful.
This grape Parmesan salad is a 5-minute recipe that’s 100% gluten-free and delicious.
Just by looking at this pasta dish alone, you can tell you’re about to have a good time.
The sauce is achieved by cooking chunks of Italian sausage, crunchy and juicy grapes, earthy parsley, and salty grated Parmesan in olive oil.
From the flavor to the texture to the color, this pasta gets at least a 12/10.
Whether it’s orecchiette, farfalle, or penne, any short-cut pasta works.
Looking for a fancy appetizer for your next party? Look no further than these grape, goat cheese, and walnut crostini.
The combination of goat cheese, walnuts, and grapes is in a league of its own. Drizzled with honey, they’re as sweet and tasty as can be.
The crunchy, crusty bite-sized crostini are the perfect vessels for this stunning medley of toppings.
If you tell me I’m having oatmeal for breakfast, I’d be okay, but I won’t be too excited.
But if you tell me there’s also roasted grapes thrown in the mix, I’ll be ecstatic.
Ever since I found out about them, roasted grapes have become a new favorite.
I try to incorporate them in as many dishes as I can, because why not?
In this recipe, roasted grapes breathe new life to dull oatmeal, turning them into a delectable breakfast that I guarantee you’ll look forward to eating every morning.
They’re both round and purple, so obviously, they work!
Apart from the similar features, though, these two taste nothing like each other. But together, they balance each other out.
Trust me, you’ll love how the sweetness of the grapes dials down the strong flavor of the pearl onions.
The pearl onions are glazed in sherry vinegar and sugar and roasted along with grapes.
The word mind-blowing is not enough to describe how delicious this side dish is!
11. Grape Smoothie
A list of great grape recipes isn’t complete without a smoothie.
If you don’t like eating breakfast, that’s okay, you can always drink instead.
This smoothie is a lovely combination of pineapple, orange, and the star of it all, green grapes.
Together, they make a sweet and citrus beverage that’s packed with vitamins, nutrients, and most importantly, flavor.
It’s also a fantastic way to make use of nearly overripe grapes.
I love rice. I eat rice almost daily, and I’m not ashamed to say it. Rice is life!
If you think rice is bland and boring, you’ll definitely appreciate this recipe.
Just take a look at all those colors. This image is making my mouth water.
Basmati rice is mixed with sweet grapes and refreshing pico de gallo. It’s seasoned with olive oil, lime juice, honey, and cilantro, to boot.
Even on its own, it’s amazing. Served with any meaty entree and a side of veggies
If you’re a fan of roasted grapes, you will absolutely fall in love with this next recipe.
Here’s how it goes. Grapes and figs are tossed with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, honey, thyme, salt, and pepper, and roasted to perfection.
OH. MY. GOD.
Can you just imagine how ridiculously delicious this appetizer is? But it doesn’t even end there.
The masterpiece is topped with chunks of rich and creamy burrata and earthy thyme sprigs, adding a beautiful contrast of flavor and texture.
Is it an appetizer, a dessert, or a side dish? Who cares? You’ll definitely want to eat this all day.
Looking for a celebratory drink for New Year’s Eve but can’t have booze? Sparkling grape soda it is.
There’s no need to buy it, just make it at home. This recipe is a lot tastier and healthier, and it’s a breeze to make.
It’s just a matter of combining organic grape juice, lime juice, seltzer water, and maple syrup! It couldn’t get any easier than that.
If you’ve never had or heard of a galette, you’re in for a treat.
A galette is a French pastry that consists of a crumbly crust and a fruit filling. It’s a lot like pie, only, it’s flat.
The edges are rolled to ensure the filling won’t ooze out.
In this galette recipe, you’ll combine the goodness of crisp apples and juicy grapes.
Spiced with cinnamon, and all-spice, this galette is a perfect combination of fall flavors.
It’s just like eating my favorite Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, only 10 times better. I may be biased here, but this might be the best grape-flavored dessert ever.
These sinful chocolate cups are filled with peanut butter and grape jelly. What a magnificent mash-up between peanut butter cups and peanut butter and jelly.
What’s great about this recipe is that it works with other jams and jellies, too.
I’ve tried it with strawberry, raspberry, and blackberry jam, and it turned out amazing each time.
Concord grape pie is a staple in upstate New York during the fall.
A flaky, buttery crust seals in a wonderful surprise of sweet, juicy, purple grape filling.
This recipe adds a bit of lemon juice to the filling for an extra punch of flavor.
It’s a bit time-consuming to make, but it’s worth the effort.
Craving for Sour Patch Kids? You can always buy a pack, but if you care to make things more exciting, make them yourself.
These Sour Patch grapes are insanely delicious and easy to make.
They only call for two ingredients – green grapes and a Jolly Rancher mix.
Just coat the grapes with the mix and pop them in the fridge to set. It’s so simple!
I have never thought about covering grapes with chocolate, so when I came across this recipe, I was intrigued.
As it turns out, chocolate DOES make everything taste better – even grapes, which are already pretty perfect as they are.
These chocolatey treats are adorable, to boot! Anything threaded into toothpicks is always fun to eat.
20. Grape Salad
This grape salad is outrageously creamy and bursting with flavor.
Green and purple grapes are dressed with a blend of cream cheese, sour cream, and sugar.
They’re finished off with chopped pecans for added crunch.
Served cold, this salad is the perfect side dish for any meaty and savory entree. Because it’s sweet, you can also serve it for dessert!
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