Caramel Toffee Grape Bites, a fun party snack, were created using Walmart Produce as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars.
Raise your hand if you’re excited to see all things fall appear at the stores?! I’m especially excited as grapes, apples and pumpkins are starting to make their way into Walmart Stores across the country. Oh, the eating and decorating possibilities. When I was thinking about grapes, I remembered a family reunion a few years back where grapes dipped in caramel and peanuts made an appearance. Well, I decided to dip these babies in toffee bits…which turned out to be a great choice!
You can use either red or green seedless grapes or a mixture of both for this recipe. Super simple to put together, my 4 year old was able to help me poke the grapes with the tooth picks and then dip them into the toffee bits after I dipped them in the caramel. Place them on waxed paper until the caramel is cool and then serve whenever you’re ready. Feel free to make these ahead and leave them at room temperature for a while before serving.
Grapes from the Walmart Produce department are picked at the peak of freshness and are guaranteed with a 100% money back guarantee. So grab extra for this pop-in-your-mouth kind of snack that is easy to grab off of the food table, these are sure not to last long at any gathering you take them to! They are perfect for game day or a fall party 🙂
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- 1 cup CARAMEL BITS (or unwrapped caramels)
- 1 Tablespoon WATER
- RED or GREEN SEEDLESS GRAPES, washed and dried
- ½ cup TOFFEE BITS
- In a small saucepan over low heat, combine caramel bits and water. Heat until smooth, stirring frequently.
- Place toffee bits in a small bowl and line a small baking sheet or plate with waxed paper.
- Use a toothpick to poke grapes and dip them into warm caramel and then into the toffee bits. Place on waxed paper. Repeat with remaining grapes.
- If the caramel starts to get to firm, return to the stove to heat again and then finish dipping the grapes.
- These can be made a few hours ahead and left at room temperature until serving.
Love this idea, looks a lot less messy than making toffee apples and the photos are making me crave grapes.
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Marjory @ Dinner-Mom says
Well…these are just too cute and so easy to make. Definitely trying this with my next bag of grapes!
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Jessica @ A Kitchen Addiction says
What a fun idea!
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Tanya Schroeder says
I really want to try these, they look so good! What a genius idea!
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What a delicious snack idea, girl!! I need to make these for my forever hungry kiddos!! 😉