White Chocolate Peanut Grape Bites

These little white chocolate peanut grape bites are perfect for having on hand as a snack and are addictingly good! I’m re-sharing this recipe from 2 years ago because I made them again and just needed to highlight them – they’d make a great after school snack recipe!

White chocolate grape bites snack recipe

I first had these little grape bites at my mother in laws house a few years ago as a snack before Sunday dinner. Snacks before dinner are totally legit, right? I think that should always be a thing…snacks before dinner…just saying!

Grapes with white chocolate and peanuts

I immediately became obsessed with the grape bites, as in, I NEEDED to know more. She told me that her mother in law (my husbands’ grandma) taught her how to make them.

It just so happens that last weekend my husband and I went up north to visit his grandparents, I think the first words out of my mouth to his grandma were “can we make grapes for the blog?”

3 ingredient grape-snacks

She kindly obliged, I thought about calling this post ‘grapes with grandma’ but felt that didn’t describe the amazingness that are these grape bites.

Grapes with white chocolate and peanuts

They’re super easy and amazing – all you do is dip green grapes in white chocolate, roll them in chopped peanuts (they have to be roasted/salted) and then let them cool on a cookie sheet. They taste like little caramel apple bites and are heavenly – honestly, one of the best snacks ever! I like keeping them in the fridge so that the’re nice and cold.

white chocolate grape bites snack recipeBeing up north is so relaxing – “up north” is about 5 hours north of Milwaukee where we live. It’s full of green trees, lakes, and relaxation vibes. Seriously, I had big plans of all the things I’d get done, but all I ended up doing was this lol and reading two books. I mean, doesn’t this just look like uuber relaxation?

White chocolate grape bitesFunny story – I am re-sharing this post two years later (almost to the day) and we just went up north this past weekend, as referenced in the post I shared earlier this week for lamb meatballs and yogurt sauce (such an amazing recipe btw) and in that post I said how I went up north with big plans and did nothing, but I did read two book again LOL!

Up north Wisconsin

White Chocolate Peanut Grape Bites
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 bag of seedless green grapes
  • 1½ cups white chocolate morsels (or white chocolate chips)
  • 1½ cups roasted salted peanuts, chopped
Instructions
  1. Start by washing and drying the grapes (you can do this step the night before). Wash the grapes and then dry with a flour sack towel or paper towels.
  2. Chop up the salted peanuts in a food processor or chop them with a knife - you want them finely chopped.
  3. Melt the white chocolate morsels in the microwave at 50% power, microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring in between minutes, until melted.
  4. Line baking sheets with wax paper.
  5. To make the grape bites take one grape and dip it in the white chocolate half way, and then roll it in the crushed peanuts and set on the prepared baking sheets. Repeat until all the grapes are dipped - you might have to melt a little extra white chocolate and chop some more peanuts, I had to crush more peanuts to finish the bag of grapes (it all depends on how many grapes you have.)
White chocolate peanut covered grape bites from @sweetphi

 

 

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  • Rebecca@Figs and Pigs
    Reply

    Wow I would have never of thought of doing this what a perfect snack.

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Thank you so much! As soon as I had one I was totally hooked and knew I wanted to make them to share on the blog – they’re such a perfect little snack!

  • cheri
    Reply

    Hi Phi, I will be making this, sounds so easy and delicious!

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      I think you’ll absolutely love these! They’re great for a little snack, or for having on hand when guests come over. They’ve been such a hit with everyone who has tried them!

  • Cathleen @ A Taste of Madness
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    These might be the cutest things I have ever seen! And they look like acorns…perfect timing for fall!!
    Love that you did this with your husband’s grandmother! I still need to take my boyfriend’s great grandmother up on her offer to make perogies with me.

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Thank you so much! These are definitely the perfect little fall snack, and you’re so right, they do look like little acorns! Now perogies, that would be something amazing to make with your boyfriend’s great grandmother. Happy fall 🙂

  • The Gourmet Gourmand
    Reply

    Aww these are so cute! what a great family activity to do with your grandma 🙂

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      They really were such a fun family activity, and they are super yummy, so it was like one for the tray, one for me, one for the tray…lol

  • danicaliforniacooks
    Reply

    These are so fun! I definitely wouldn’t be able to eat just one….

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Haha, I definitely couldn’t eat just one, they’re soooooo good 🙂

  • Little Cooking Tips
    Reply

    The timing is perfect! We have tons of grapes here, in very affordable prices, and they are in their prime! Sweet and delicious! We also use them as a snack, raw. This is a very fun and different way to enjoy them! We’ll be trying this on the next weekend:)
    Have a wonderful day dear Phi!
    Panos and Mirella
    xoxoxoxo

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      I’m so glad the timing is perfect with the seasonality of grapes 🙂 These little grape bites were absolutely delicious and a wonderful snack, you’d love them! Let me know how you enjoy them if you give them a try 🙂

  • Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy
    Reply

    Genius! I never would have thought to make these, but they sound perfect. I always forget how much I love grapes.

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      At first I thought the same thing – I was thinking they would be weird, but really, they’re absolutely delicious and the perfect little snack to have on hand!

  • Christina Catalano
    Reply

    I absolutely love these, I was wondering if you can freeze them? I want to take them to an outdoor party and it is going to be 90 … dying want them to melt

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      I have never frozen them, but what a GREAT idea!! I think they would freeze and defrost really well 🙂

  • Joyce
    Reply

    Hi! I have made these for over ten years with my students when I introduce them to viticulture. The only difference is we put a toothpick in each grape then dip them in the chocolate.

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      That is SO COOL that you make these when introducing your students to viticulture Joyce! Thank you for sharing that!

  • Jessica
    Reply

    I love these for a different kind of snack/dessert! Going to give them a try!

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      I think you’ll love these – they’re a really great snack! I just made them again for this week’s lunches 🙂

  • Abbie Aggie
    Reply

    I had these at a party but couldn’t remember the ingredients so I googled and it said to use Carmel. They turned out awful… tasted ok but sloppy & not how I remember. Came across this and was like yes it was white chocolate not Carmel! Making them tomorrow for a BBQ appetizer and ant wait they were so good last time I had them. Thanks!

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Ha, I couldn’t even image these with caramel, they’d be a complete mess lol. I hope you loved these (I made a batch again this week! They’re just SO good!)

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