Chicken Salad Chick restaurants serve up this delectable grape salad recipe. Made with red and green seedless grapes, brown sugar, and pecans – making it simple and enjoyable to recreate at home! This copycat version makes an impressive sweet treat.
Clean and dry your grapes before mixing cream cheese, sour cream and sugar until smooth. Stir grapes gently into this mixture before refrigerating before garnishing with brown sugar and pecans before serving.
Grapes mixed into a creamy cheese dressing and finished off with brown sugar and pecans make this delicious side dish from Chicken Salad Chick an easy side dish recipe that goes with any meal.
Beat together cream cheese, sour cream and vanilla extract until smooth. Mascarpone could also be substituted as it has richer and lighter textures compared to cream cheese. Plain yogurt could provide dairy-free option.
Before adding them to the mixture, wash and dry your grapes thoroughly. Use all red grapes, all green grapes or even a combination of both for an attractive presentation. Finally, sprinkle brown sugar and pecans overtop just before serving for a sweet surprise!
Make this sweet grape salad as a snack or main course meal to meet your individual needs, from carb-conscious eaters who need less carbohydrates in their diet, or those simply trying to reduce carb intake by replacing sour cream with plain yogurt for example.
Use a handheld mixer to beat cream cheese until it becomes soft and fluffy, then add sour cream, sugar and vanilla for another round.
Wash and dry the grapes prior to adding them to the mixture, mixing gently before refrigerating until ready for serving.
This dish makes an ideal contribution to potlucks, picnics and other gatherings. You can serve it alone or pair it with grilled chicken and/or vegetables from your BBQ.
Red and green seedless grapes tossed with rich creamy dressing featuring vanilla flavor are irresistibly irresistible, especially when served alongside crunchy brown sugar-coated crushed pecans for garnish. Perfect as a side dish at family reunions or other social occasions.
This easy recipe requires ingredients easily found at any grocery store or refrigerator, making preparation quick and straightforward. Although this dish keeps well in the fridge, for optimal results serve it immediately after creating.
This salad works well as an on-the-go meal or part of your meal prep lunch in mason jars or glass bento boxes, providing an easily balanced meal with vegetables, protein and carbohydrates.
Chicken salad is an American classic and diet-friendly dish, boasting only minimal fat and caloric intake. Perfect as both an entree or side dish option – try the creamy grape salad from Chicken Salad Chick for example!
To create this recipe, all that’s required are some basic ingredients – cream cheese, sour cream, sugar and vanilla extract will do nicely – along with a bowl to mix everything. The instructions are straightforward, making this dish sure to impress at any potluck event!
Delicious grapes and creamy cream cheese combine in this easy and sweet side dish, perfect for picnics and potlucks. Its preparation can even be completed ahead of time!
Mix cream cheese, sour cream and sugar with an electric mixer until everything is uniformly combined. Fold in vanilla before tossing grapes evenly through. Finish your dish by topping it off with brown sugar and pecans just before serving!
Grape salad makes an excellent lunch or light snack choice, and travels well, making it suitable to bring to cookouts or family gatherings. To maintain its freshness, store it in an airtight container in the fridge.
Add chopped roasted pecans for an extra crunch! Although optional, this adds another dimension to the salad. Feel free to experiment with other toppings like feta cheese, minced basil or mint leaves, diced avocado, etc.
Remove and wash grape stems thoroughly, placing them into a large mixing bowl. Mix sour cream, sugar and vanilla using an electric mixer on medium speed for two minutes in this mixing bowl.
Pour the mixture over the grapes and gently mix until all grapes have been coated with creamy consistency. Cover and refrigerate before topping with brown sugar and pecans just before serving.