In my endless pursuit to turn everything into popsicles, I am so excited to share this Grape Pops recipe with you. It’s easy, fresh, and pure grape flavor. They’re a refreshing snack and packed with nutrients and hydration too!
Easy Grape Pops
Homemade freezer pops are one of our very favorite warm weather afternoon snacks and I love to pack them with vitamins and nutrients from fresh fruit like grapes. Grapes are rich with polyphenols and contain vitamin K, copper and B vitamins—and they may even help keep eyes healthy. And their natural sweetness makes them a total hit with the kids!
TIP: Whole grapes are considered to be a choking hazard in kids until they are 4 years old, but they are perfectly safe and yummy when you blend them into freezer pops like these!
Ingredients You Need
To make this recipe, you’ll need:
- Grapes (I like red, but any color works as long as they’re seedless)
- Grape juice
TIP: You can omit the grape juice if you prefer, but I find that the small amount really makes the flavor sing.
This popsicle recipe is super easy. Here’s a peak at what’s involved.
- Add the ingredients to a blender and blend until very smooth.
- Divide among a freezer pop mold.
- Freeze until solid!
- Run the mold under hot water briefly to help release. Enjoy cold
TIP: I usually freeze for 4-6 hours or overnight.
Frequently Asked Questions
I prefer to use classic red seedless grapes as I like the flavor when combined with the grape juice.
No, you can omit it and just blend up the whole grapes or add in ½ cup plain or vanilla yogurt.
You could add a few raw cauliflower florets if you’d like!
Best Tips for Success
I’d love to hear what you think about this recipe, so please comment below to share your feedback!
This post was originally published April 2020.
I like to make these with red grapes. Choose seedless to avoid seeds in the blender.
- 3 cups red grapes, washed and dried
- ¼ cup Concord grape juice
- Place the ingredients into a blender.
- Blend well, starting on low and working up to high. Blend on high for about 30 seconds to ensure the mixture is very smooth.
- Divide the mixture among a freezer pop mold, or use small paper or plastic cups and popsicle sticks.
- Freeze for 4-6 hours or overnight.
- Run molds under hot water for a few seconds to help loosen.
I like to use classic red seedless grapes as I like flavor when combined with the grape juice.
You can omit the juice or use ½ cup plain or vanilla yogurt instead.
Add a few raw cauliflower florets to add a veggie.
Blend super smooth for the best final texture.
Use a favorite freezer pop mold, or use small paper or plastic cups and popsicle sticks.
Store frozen pops in a freezer storage bag for up to 1 month in the freezer.
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