Good a.m. Roasted Grapes w/ Yogurt & Toasted Hazelnuts

I am a pro when it comes to roasting grapes.

I've been doing it for a long time, creating this recipe for Brussels sprouts w/ pecans and roasted grapes.

Recently I saw Domenica's instagram feed and she used the roasted grapes on her morning yogurt w/ toasted hazelnuts! Genius!
Why didn't I think of that?

Well I did now.

Roast the grapes on a baking sheet drizzled w/ olive oil and kosher salt.
Do not use green grapes, try and find the red or black seedless variety.

If the grapes are large, cut them in half, otherwise leave them whole.

Roast in a 375F oven for 15-20 minutes, or until they are bursting with goodness and have a lot of syrupy juices in the pan.

Remove the skins from some hazelnuts and toast them in a dry pan or a toaster oven.
They toast up quickly, so keep an eye on them so they don't burn.

Spoon this lovely nectar (the roasted grapes!) over your favorite yogurt and top with the toasted nuts.

You can also make a parfait if you are fancy like me.

I layered the bottom of the glass with some of the roasted grapes, then a layer of Greek yogurt (I used Fage).
Topped w/ the toasted hazelnuts and a drizzle of honey.


Enjoy and have a good day!

PS No Friday post tomorrow, I am taking the weekend off!


Katie C. said…
Earlier this year I discovered how well grapes pair with yogurt too. When I have them, I add homemade granola and once in a while some honey. Very yummy!
Good Morning! Brilliant idea, nice and healthy too
Ciao Chow Linda said…
Just bought some grapes this morning to roast and eat exactly as you posted. But I bought some local flounder too and was wondering what you thought about combining roasted grapes and flounder? Thoughts?
Super P Force said…
Its amazing Recipe.Its Better for Good Health.I like it.Thanks For sharing.
Tadalafil said…
Thanks for this delicious and healthy looking food recipe, I am gonna try this at home this weekend hope my family will like it as well.