Total Time
1hr 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 1 hr

A simple, yet healthy snack that will help satisfy your sweet tooth without making you feel guilty. Try any number of flavor combinations. I use sugar-free jello, but you can use regular. Cook time is chill time. I got this recipe from a message group I belong to, hope you enjoy it!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Spread about 1/4 of the the gelatin mix on a pie plate or plate of your choice. Rinse the grapes under water, and place a handful on the plate.
  2. Shake the plate gently to roll the grapes in the gelatin, coating the grapes. Place coated grapes into a bowl.
  3. Repeat with the remaining ingredients until all of the grapes are covered.
  4. Place the bowl and let set in the refrigerator for at least an 1 hour, until the gelatin is set.
  5. The colder they are the better.
Most Helpful

Lime is lovely! It tastes like sour patch kids! I might freeze the grapes during the summer... mmmm.

College Girl December 31, 2013

A co-worker brought these to work and they were a huge hit. She used watermelon jello and you see a grape but taste watermelon, to cool! I make during the summer as a refreshing treat but this is going to be a New Year Eve tradition this year hopefully to bring luck. Thanks for sharing.

jlhorn December 30, 2013

A recipe with *bling*. On my own, I didn't know how to create one with bling, so I used yours.

gailanng June 23, 2011

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