40 Medium, frozen in a zip lock bag for at least 3 hours and up to a week
Whisk the splash of lemon juice together with the egg white until frothy. Place all 40 frozen grapes into the frothy egg white. Strain any excess egg white through a colander of sieve. Then blot the grapes with paper toweling. You need the grapes to be sticky, but not dripping with egg white. This is very important! Now, pour 1 cup of sugar into a quart-sized zip-lock bag. Place the grapes, a few at a time, into the bag of sugar. Shake well, until grapes are coated. Remove the grapes to a serving plate or storage container. Continue to coat the grapes with sugar until all are coated. Let them stand until they are dry. This will not take long if you have not left a lot of egg white mixture on the grapes. Refrigerate until ready to use. You can use them as a decoration, but they are edible. The current view on raw egg white is that if it comes from an egg with no cracks and is not mixed with the yolk at all, it is safe to eat. This is an elegant look for a dinner party!
Wow your party guests with fabulous finger foods that everyone will love. In this video, Betty shows how to make frosted grapes and two other quick-fix sweet treat finger foods. Simply put, this video has something for everyone. For more, stream the video recipe.