Frozen yogurt-covered grapes are an easy, healthy, and delicious way to satisfy an afternoon sweet tooth. With juicy, crisp green grapes and a coating of rich vanilla yogurt, these are a super tasty frozen snack that you and your kids will love. Top them with your favorite granola for a little extra crunch. I bet you can’t eat just one!
This recipe is sponsored by Sprouts Farmers Market, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
What Makes This Recipe So Good
- Frozen yogurt-covered grapes are one of my favorite snacks, and my kids love them, too! The grapes are juicy and sweet, and the yogurt coating freezes into a delectable shell. Every bite is perfect and crisp and full of flavor.
- You only need TWO ingredients! Well, three if you want a little granola topping, but that’s optional. All you HAVE to have are grapes and yogurt! And the best part is – all of these ingredients (even the granola) are available at your local Sprouts Farmers Market! I love when I can get all my shopping done in one stop and Sprouts makes it so easy to find all the healthy, delicious ingredients I need. Their produce section is amazing!
- This recipe is so easy to make. There’s zero cooking, zero peeling, and zero mixing. Just freeze, dip, and freeze again! The most “difficult” part of this recipe is probably crushing the granola, but you can pulse it in a food processor or high-speed blender to make it easier.
- Frozen yogurt-covered grapes are another great snack to make with your kids. They’ll have so much fun “decorating” their own grapes! Plus you don’t have to worry about a big, sticky mess or any dangerous appliances and utensils.
Grapes – What would frozen yogurt-covered grapes be without the grapes? You can use green or red grapes here, whichever you prefer. I highly recommend the seasonal Limited Green Grapes and Limited Red Grapes that Sprouts carries this time of year. Actually, I love their whole selection of limited-time, unique varieties of grapes! Cotton candy, gum drops, moon drops – they’re all fantastic. The Limited Green Grapes will give you a little sweet-and-sour flavor, while the Limited Red Grapes have a mild, sweet flavor.
Yogurt – You can actually use any flavor yogurt here, but I kept it easy and classic this time, opting for vanilla Greek yogurt. If you’re dairy free or paleo, you can use a compliant yogurt like Kite Hill Vanilla Almond Milk Yogurt!
Granola – Optional, but delicious. I love the added crunch you get from the sprinkle of crushed granola. It’s a great way to add more flavor, too! Use a sweetened granola or a granola with berries to build off your frozen yogurt-covered grapes.
- Want a really creamy, yogurty shell on your frozen yogurt-covered grapes? Dip them twice! Follow the whole recipe through as written. After they’ve sat in the freezer for 2 hours, take them out and dip them in yogurt a second time. Return them to the freezer for another 2 hours, then remove the toothpicks and enjoy! Note that you’ll probably need more yogurt than the recipe calls for if you’re giving them two coats.
- Make sure to give your yogurt a good stir before dipping the grapes! You don’t want it to be separated. Depending on how long it takes you to dip all of the grapes, you may need to stop and stir it a few times to keep it smooth.
- Work in batches as needed to keep the grapes frozen, especially if your kitchen is warm. They need to be dry for the yogurt to stick well, so you may not be able to get through all 60 before they start to thaw and sweat a little. You might need to work in smaller batches of 10-20 at a time, and return them to the freezer as soon as the full batch is dipped.
- If you’re planning to keep these frozen yogurt-covered grapes in the freezer for a few days, keep in mind that the granola might soften a little. Freeze the grapes in an airtight container to keep everything as fresh and crunchy as possible. You can add a layer of plastic wrap on top of the grapes (beneath the container lid) for extra protection.
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- 60 Sprouts Limited Green or Red Grapes approximately ¾ pound
- ¾ cup Stonyfield Organic Vanilla Greek Yogurt see Notes
- ¼ cup Cascadian Farm Organic Oats and Honey Granola crushed, optional
- Baking sheet
- Parchment Paper
- 60 toothpicks
- Remove 60 Limited Grapes from stem. Wash grapes thoroughly and pat dry. Place dried grapes on baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Place baking sheet in freezer for 2 hours or until grapes are frozen.
- Remove grapes from freezer. Insert one toothpick into each frozen grape. One by one, dip frozen grapes into ¾ cup full fat vanilla Greek yogurt. If using ¼ cup crushed granola, dip yogurt-covered grape into granola, then place dipped grape back on baking sheet. Repeat until all grapes are covered.
- Return baking sheet to freezer. Freeze another 2 hours, or until yogurt is solid. Remove baking sheet from freezer and remove toothpicks. Transfer frozen grapes to freezer-safe, airtight container and store in freezer. Eat frozen!
- Granola: Any brand and flavor granola will work in this recipe, so use your favorite!
- Make it Dairy-Free/Vegan: Use your favorite dairy-free yogurt.
- Make it Paleo: Use a paleo yogurt like Kite Hill Vanilla Almond Milk Yogurt. Skip the granola or use a paleo-friendly granola.
- Make it Added Sugar Free: Use a yogurt and a granola that have no added sugar. Our keto granola would be a great option!
- Storage: Keep frozen or the yogurt will melt! These will keep roughly 2 weeks.
Number of total servings shown is approximate. Actual number of servings will depend on your preferred portion sizes.
Nutritional values shown are general guidelines and reflect information for 1 serving using the ingredients listed, not including any optional ingredients. Actual macros may vary slightly depending on specific brands and types of ingredients used.
To determine the weight of one serving, prepare the recipe as instructed. Weigh the finished recipe, then divide the weight of the finished recipe (not including the weight of the container the food is in) by the desired number of servings. Result will be the weight of one serving.