I can remember from my childhood how exciting it was when green seedless grapes became available in our local grocery. Dealing with seeds was always such a pain. Of course now there are all sorts of grapes to choose from in the supermarket, many of those seedless. Recently I was perusing the bags of red seedless grapes (my favorites) when a produce employee asked me if I’d tried the “cotton candy” grapes. He pointed towards the display and said to go try one. Feeling a bit daring as I reached into a bag for a taste (I frown at folks eating their grapes while shopping – it’s stealing!), I popped one into my mouth. Amazingly, it tasted just like cotton candy! I was delighted and added a bag to my cart along with the red ones. You can see from the label that they’re “non GMO” (if that matters to you), so I have to wonder exactly how they get that flavor in there.
How about this for a tasty way to cool off on a hot summer day?!
When I saw the recipe for these frozen treats, I knew I had to try it. For one thing, it looked easy and delicious, but also because it uses coconut milk – a new-found fascination for me. I’ve discovered it’s a versatile product, having used it to bake scones, make soup … and now these.
The recipe is courtesy of The Two Kitchens.