Healthy Frozen Grape Pops Recipe | Easy-to-Make Dessert Treat for the Whole Family

Frozen Grape Pops

Healthy Frozen Grape Pops Recipe | Easy-to-Make Dessert Treat for the Whole Family
Preparation time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: 0 minutes | Servings: 12


Frozen Grape Pops
Frozen Grape Pops

Frozen grape pops are a refreshing and healthy treat perfect for hot summer days. These popsicles are easy to make and can be customized with different fruit juices or added fruits.


Frozen grape pops have been a popular treat for many years, especially during the summer months. The combination of frozen grapes and grape juice creates a sweet and tangy flavor that is loved by both kids and adults.


How to prepare

  1. Fill popsicle molds with seedless grapes, filling them more than halfway.
  2. Add orange or grape juice to the molds, filling them almost to the top.
  3. Freeze the molds until the mixture becomes hard.
  4. If desired, sell the popsicles individually.
  5. Serve the popsicles cold, either plain or with other fruits or desserts.


  • Use different types of fruit juices such as orange, apple, or pineapple.
  • Add chunks of fruit like strawberries, blueberries, or kiwi to the popsicle molds.
  • Mix in a splash of coconut milk for a creamy texture.

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Use seedless grapes for easier eating.

- Experiment with different fruit juices for a variety of flavors.

- Add chunks of fruit to the popsicle molds for added texture.

Serving Suggestions

Serve frozen grape pops as a healthy dessert or snack on a hot day. They can also be served at parties or picnics for a refreshing treat.

Cooking Techniques


Ingredient Substitutions

Use any type of seedless grapes.

- Substitute grape juice with any other fruit juice of your choice.

Make Ahead Tips

Frozen grape pops can be made ahead of time and stored in the freezer for up to a week.

Presentation Ideas

Serve frozen grape pops on a platter with fresh fruit and mint leaves for a colorful and appetizing presentation.

Pairing Recommendations

Pair frozen grape pops with a glass of sparkling water or lemonade for a refreshing combination.

Storage and Reheating Instructions

Store frozen grape pops in an airtight container in the freezer. To serve, remove from the freezer and let sit at room temperature for a few minutes to soften slightly.

Nutrition Information

Calories per serving

Calories per serving: 60


Carbohydrates: 15g per serving


Fats: 0g per serving


Proteins: 0g per serving

Vitamins and minerals

Vitamins and Minerals: Frozen grape pops are a good source of vitamin C and antioxidants from the grapes.


Allergens: None


Frozen grape pops are a low-calorie, refreshing treat that is perfect for a hot summer day. They are a good source of vitamin C and antioxidants.


Frozen grape pops are a simple and delicious treat that is perfect for cooling off on a hot day. With minimal ingredients and easy preparation, these popsicles are a great option for a healthy dessert or snack.

How did I get this recipe?

The memory of finding this recipe for the first time brings a smile to my face. It was a hot summer day, much like today, when I stumbled upon it in an old, worn cookbook that I had picked up at a thrift store. The cover was faded and the pages were yellowed with age, but as soon as I saw the words "Frozen Grape Pops," I knew I had to try it.

I had always loved cooking and experimenting in the kitchen, and frozen treats were a favorite of mine to make during the sweltering summer months. As I read through the recipe, I was intrigued by its simplicity and the use of just two ingredients – grapes and sugar. It seemed almost too good to be true, but I decided to give it a try.

I gathered up some fresh grapes from the garden and set to work. I washed them carefully and then began to carefully remove the stems, taking care not to damage the delicate fruits. Once they were all prepared, I placed them in a blender and added a generous amount of sugar. I blended the mixture until it was smooth and then poured it into popsicle molds, carefully inserting wooden sticks into each one.

I placed the molds in the freezer and waited anxiously for them to set. As I waited, I thought back to all the other recipes I had collected over the years – from my mother, my aunts, and even friends and neighbors. Each one held a special place in my heart, a memory of a moment shared around a table, enjoying good food and good company.

Finally, the pops were ready. I carefully removed them from the molds and took my first bite. The flavor was incredible – sweet, tangy, and refreshing all at once. I knew right then that this recipe would become a staple in my summer dessert rotation.

Over the years, I have made these Frozen Grape Pops countless times, each batch just as delicious as the last. I have shared the recipe with friends and family, passing it on to the next generation so that they too can enjoy this simple yet satisfying treat.

As I sit here now, enjoying a Frozen Grape Pop on a hot summer day, I can't help but feel grateful for the serendipitous moment that led me to discover this recipe. It may have been a chance find in a dusty old cookbook, but to me, it is a treasure – a reminder of all the joy and love that can be shared through the simple act of cooking and sharing a meal.


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