Grape Poppers

Grape Poppers -Grape Poppers – so easy to make and great for any party! They will disappear fast! | Recipe by @candiquik

Awkward moments. Life is filled with them. This seems especially true in my life. Maybe it’s me…

It’s Thursday afternoon, I’m stuck in traffic. I tend to look at every car around me.

I like to see what other people are doing/not doing. (I think it’s me.)

Did I mention I’m a fairly nosy person?

Then, as expected, I get caught staring. And ten times out of ten…it’s ALWAYS the creepy guy that is totally convinced that I am checking him out. Noooo, it’s really not like that.

More than likely, I was staring because you were probably either very interesting looking (as in, not good looking) or you were picking your nose or something of the sort.

Then we play the “I’m trying to scoot up as far as I can while looking straight forward and you are now trying to catch my attention because you legitimately think I was checking you out” game.

This is not the first time this has happened. Maybeee, just maybe, I need to mind my own business.

Grape Poppers - recipe by @candiquik

In other business, you should totally make these.

Some people may question your doing, but trust me – these little treats are addicting and oddly delicious.

And they’re teeny tiny, so feel free to have a handful, guilt free.

Make plenty of these, they’ll disappear fast!

Grape Poppers
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Plump grapes speared and dipped in Vanilla Candiquik then rolled in chopped pecans! Delicious and perfect for any party!
Serves: 48
  • 48 fresh grapes
  • 8 oz. (1/2 package) Vanilla CANDIQUIK Coating
  • 1 cup chopped pecans (may substitute with any nuts)
  • toothpicks
  1. Wash grapes and pat completely dry. Spear each grape with a toothpick.
  2. Melt Vanilla CandiQuik in tray according to package directions.
  3. Holding the end of the toothpick, dip each grape in the CandiQuik; allow excess coating to drip off.
  4. Immediately dip the end of the grape in the chopped pecans; place on wax paper to dry.


Grape Poppers - recipe by @candiquik



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  1. says

    Oh, these are just too cute for words! I’d gobble these right up & they’d be SO CUTE at a party, too! Thank you so much for linking up with me this week at Tasty Tuesdays! I’ve pinned this & shared it with my followers! Please be sure to stop back by the party and check out some of the other links!

  2. Carrie says

    Made the grape bites for a wine tasting party we attended last weekend. I used crushed peanuts on the outside and the bites actually tasted like Carmel Apples! Our friends couldn’t believe that there wasn’t any Carmel or apples in the bites! Just delicious.

  3. Leticia Anaya says

    For the grape poppers,I can not find CANDIQUIK Coating here in Mexico, and I really want to make those for my b-day party, so what other product should I use, or can I use chocolate.

    I will appreciate you advice and help.



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