Learn how to make the sweet and tart Frozen Candy Jello Grapes! This cool snack is a summer or Christmas family favorite and they taste like Sour Patch Kids!
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If you're looking for a fun and easy snack for the whole family, give these tasty Candy Jello Grapes a try!
They're sweet and sour, crunchy and SO addicting! We love them on hot summer days for a cool snack or we use any red and green Jello for a fun treat at Christmas.
These candy grapes are simple to make, inexpensive and make enough to feed a group. It's so easy to make just a half a batch, or if you're greedy like us, make the recipe as written.
As always, grapes can be a choking hazard, so cut them for the little kiddos before serving. Hazel thinks they're SO good! We rarely feed her sweets, so she gets super excited when we have these for a summer snack.
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What are the ingredients in this recipe?
- red seedless grapes
- green seedless grapes
- strawberry jello
- green apple jello
How to make:
Scroll down to the printable recipe card for measurements and instructions!
- As the grapes thaw the jello colors may begin to mix, so keep frozen until serving.
- Keep frozen in an airtight container or ziploc bag for up to two months.
- Use any flavor Jello you prefer.
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Supplies you may need:
- Parchment Paper
- CopperKitchen Original Cookie Sheet
- Pyrex Bowl Set
- KitchenAid Gourmet Stainless Steel Colander
- Small Silicone Tongs
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as our family did!
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How to Make Frozen Candy Jello Grapes
- 1 bag of red seedless grapes
- 1 bag of green seedless grapes
- 2 - 6 ounce boxes of strawberry jello
- 2 - 3.9 ounce boxes of green apple jello
- Remove all of the grapes from the stems and rinse well in a colander. Shake off excess water.
- Prepare two bowls by filling one with red grapes and one with green. Fill each to the top with water. Keep the grapes in water until you get ready to roll them in the jello powder.
- Pour the strawberry jello powder onto one plate and green apple jello powder to another. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Make sure your baking sheet is an appropriate size to fit inside your freezer.
- Grab 5-6 grapes at a time and take them directly from the water to the jello powder. Do not shake off the excess water. Roll the grapes around in the powder until they are well coated. You can use toothpicks, tongs, or spoons to remove the grapes from the powder and set them onto the parchment paper baking sheet. Gently shake excess powder off of the grapes after coating. Repeat this process until all of the grapes have been coated or you run out of jello powder.
- Move the grapes to the freezer and freeze for 2 hours. At that point you can move the grapes into a freezer storage bag, and store frozen until ready to serve.
As the grapes thaw the jello colors may begin to mix, so keep frozen until serving.
Keep frozen in an airtight container or ziploc bag for up to two months.
Use any flavor Jello you prefer.
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