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Creamy Grape Salad Is The Best Dish For You To Use Up That Leftover Bunch
By Betsy Parks
Finishing grapes before they go bad can often be challenging, so try making a creamy grape salad for a more creative way to use them.
You don't need any cooking skills, and the ingredients list is simple: Cream cheese, sour cream or yogurt, brown or coconut sugar, a little vanilla extract, and some chopped nuts.
Simply mix the leftover grapes with a sweetened creamy dressing like cream cheese, and if you're not allergic, fold in some pecans or cashews.
Creamy grape salad is slightly sweet with a crisp, acidic crunch. You can serve it cold, which is perfect for school lunches or backyard barbecues.
A creamy grape salad will stay crunchy in the fridge for a couple of days, so you can make it for an event ahead of time or have it ready for a weeknight snack.