Sunday, January 1, 2012

Grape Salad

We went to my mom's house the weekend before Christmas for the family celebration, she had a friend of hers join us for dinner and he made a salad that I had never seen or heard of before. This was so tasty, the entire family loved it, and he was kind enough to tell us where he got the recipe. When we got back home I goggled the salad and found two versions, my husband really liked the sound of both recipes so we chose to mix the two recipes into one fabulous simple salad.

2 Lbs. - Green Grapes (seedless)
2 Lbs. - Red Grapes (seedless)
1 8oz. - Whipped Cream Cheese
1 8oz. - Sour Cream
1 7oz. - Marshmallow Creme
1 Tsp. - Vanilla Extract
2 Tbs. - Brown Sugar

Wash and dry the grapes. In a large bowl mix the cream cheese, sour cream, marshmallow creme, vanilla, and brown sugar until smoot>h. Stir in the grapes and mix until well combined, refrigerate until ready to serve…SOOO EASY! And yet DELISH!

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Leslie said...

Ohhhh yeahhhh! I have had a similar version, I think it was from Paula Deen. Sooo delicious.

teresa said...

i've had this before, it's incredible!

The Blonde Duck said...

It looks great!

grace said...

i find this salad to be one of the most addictive things ever! it's SO good--many times, my plate consists of 75% grape salad and 25% other stuff. :)

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This recipe is absolutely new to me. Wow! Never had one like this before. It surely sound so delicious!

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Shurik said...

Interesting recipe, might give it ago with the way this summer's going. Hope you don't mind if we put a link to your recipe here:

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