Frozen Grapes

This recipe is so easy and so versatile. Use frozen grapes to beautify a buffet, decorate a cake or as a chilled summer treat.

Preparation:

Wash bunches of black and green grapes, and place them on a tray in the freezer.

Allow to freeze for at least two hours.

Serve frozen.

*To add a hint of sweetness, roll the grapes in sugar after washing.

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