– 1 package red grapes
– 1 lb. goat cheese (if you don’t like goat cheese, you could use a milder soft cheese)
– large handful of walnuts
Wash the grapes and dry thoroughly. Gently mold goat cheese around individual grapes, carefully covering the entire grape. I used the entire package of cheese, and then munched on the leftover grapes. Chop walnuts, then roll cheese-covered grapes in walnuts (you may want to gently press the walnuts into the cheese for extra coverage). Chill before serving. Then place on a thrifted plate, and voila, you’re done!
Time to enjoy these scrumptious treats!
Have a blessed Monday, friends.
Photography by Robert Thomas for A Daily Something.
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