Blue Cheese & Walnut Grapes

Wed, Sep 8, 2010

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Blue Cheese & Walnut Grapes 

Blue Cheese & Walnut Grapes

Blue Cheese & Walnut Grapes

This simple hors d’oeuvre is a crowd-pleaser and very easy to make.  With the cancer-inhibiting resveratrol in grapes and general health benefits of walnuts, it was a perfect addition to my Tapas For a Cure menu. 

I add blue cheese to taste to make a creamy spread for coating the grapes.  I usually use somewhere around three parts blue cheese to four parts cream cheese, approaching equal parts if a stronger blue cheese flavor is desired. 


Red grapes (or green grapes if desired)

1/2 cup light cream cheese

6 Tbsp – 1/2 cup blue cheese crumbles, to taste

Chopped walnuts

Rinse the grapes and let them dry completely on a pan, patting them dry with a paper towel if necessary.

Mix the cream cheese and the blue cheese, adding enough blue cheese to taste and mashing the two cheeses together to form a creamy spread.

Spreading the cheese mixture with your fingers, coat each grape with a thin layer of cheese.  Then roll the grapes in the chopped walnuts.  Serve them immediately.

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One Response to “Blue Cheese & Walnut Grapes”

  1. Cherie says:

    So simple and yet so delicious! This is one of my favorite appetizers.

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