9 Reviews

Easy, tasty and light! The sour cream and brown sugar make such a lovely sauce - I'm sure it would go well with lots of other fruit too! Thanks for sharing!

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stormylee August 10, 2008

Yummy! Used light sour cream and loved it! Thanks!

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LonghornMama June 19, 2008

I did make one major alteration to this recipe. I didn't have any grapes so I used chopped up cucumber. I also added on some dried cranberries for some colour. It was awesome! And I can see how much better it would be with grapes!! I love the flavour that the sour cream takes on. Thank you so much for sharing!

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Saturn May 13, 2008

This was so easy and a perfect sweet ending to a meal without all the added calories. I had everything on hand, and used splenda brown sugar. I loved the sweet, tart flavor combination and will be making this a lot. Thanks holly for a simple, great tasting recipe.

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Bonnie G #2 April 28, 2008

I always have 1/2 package of grapes left after the kids scarf the first 1/2 down that I don't know what to do with. This is a nice recipe for dinner when you don't want a full dessert, but still want something sweet. Unfortunately, (for them) my kids only eat naked fruit, so this ends up being for the adults -- but that is fine!

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Cook4_6 March 28, 2008

Went to make this but realised I had no brown sugar so I subbed Splenda which made it even healthier. This was really delicious & oh so simple, even toddler DD who has gone off grapes a bit was asking for more. Great idea, thanks!

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**Mandy** March 14, 2008

This was a nice simple way to jazz up some grapes. The sour cream with the sugar becomes sorta like a sweet yogurt coating on the grapes and you can really taste the brown sugar. It adds just a bit of sweetness to a somewhat tart grape.

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CulinaryExplorer March 11, 2008

I used red seedless grapes instead of green and probably used a tad more brown sugar than called for but this was an easy tasty treat and a great way to get my boyfriend to eat some more fruit. Thanks for posting.

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cyaos March 09, 2008

This just finishes up a meal on the good side. You can have a dessert without feeling guilty. Great recipe. Will make again. Everyone loved it.

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Nancy Ann September 18, 2007
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