Monday, October 20, 2008

Grape Gratin

Pin It Here is a dessert that won't take you anytime to make, it's almost impossible to get it wrong and yet, it would impress guests and family members alike.

A little note: if you are the kind of person that doesn't like cherry tomatoes because they burst in your mouth, you are probably not going to like this dessert either...
What you'll get here is a combination of warm grapes bursting in your mouth, a creamy mixture with a hint of vanilla and (my favourite part) a crunchy sugar topping!

Grape Gratin Recipe:

You will need:

Seedless grapes
Sour Cream
Plain Yogurt
Vanilla Extract
Brown Sugar

Pick a baking dish and place grapes on the bottom on a single layer, as snug as possible. Mix equal parts sour cream and yogurt. Add some vanilla extract (the amount will depend on how much you are making). Top grapes with this mixture and sprinkle brown sugar all over it.
Bake it in a hot oven until the top is golden brown. Let it rest for a few minutes before serving it.

This dessert can also be made in individual gratin dishes, I imagine it would look very nice at a dinner party.


Jacqueline Meldrum said...

Sounds lovely and I like your presentation!

LizNoVeggieGirl said...

Soooo intriguing!! Love grapes :0)

Anonymous said...

that looks soo delicious! what a different concept!

eatme_delicious said...

Wow I've never heard of a grape gratin! Looks delicious.

test it comm said...

I would not have thought to use grapes like this but it sounds good!

maybelle's mom said...

this looks so great--and I would have never thought of it.

Rita said...

Holler - Thank you

Veggie Girl - I love grapes too, they are good for you

Tasty Trends - I love coming up with unexpected dishes

Eat me Delicious - you should try it, it's great

Kevin - try it out, I think you'll like it

maybelle's mom - thank you, it is delicious

Anonymous said...

This is an amazing inspiration! Wow, grapes, baked as a dessert. This is truly a first for me and I can see it on our table at future dinner parties!
I just love, especially, the sprinkle of beautiful brown sugar on top!

Rita said...

White on rice couple - thanks a lot, I encourage you to make it for guests!

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