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Nutritional Recipes

Sour Patch Grapes

Written by COA Nutrition Team On June 28, 2018

You won’t believe how much these grapes taste like the actual candy. These are a fun, delicious desert or snack option to refresh your children’s summer days!

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 1/2 lb. green grapes
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 1 package cherry Jell-O (3 oz.)
  • 1 package orange Jell-O (3 oz.)
  • 1 package lemon Jell-O (3 oz.)
  • 1 package lime Jell-O (3 oz.)

DIRECTIONS

  1. Place each Jell-O flavor in a gallon-sized resealable plastic bag. Set aside.
  2. Remove grapes from stems and rinse in a colander, shaking the colander to remove any excess water (grapes should be damp, not dripping wet). Spritz with lemon juice, tossing the grapes to lightly coat them.
  3. Place a handful in each bag, sealing and shaking to coat.
  4. Remove from resealable bags, plate and serve.

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“Make Your Greens Last Longer”

There’s nothing sadder than damp, wilted salad greens. To get more life out of your arugula, spinach and spring mix, line a plastic container with paper towels, put the greens in and cover with another paper towel. If you bought boxed salad, you can use that same plastic shell. The paper towels absorb excess moisture from the greens, while the container keeps leaves loose and prevents them from getting crushed.

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