Boozie Grapes : A quick and easy tasty treat for any day of the week!


I am always looking for fun things to make, that really “wow” my guests.

On a recent night of TikTok trolling – I came across this awesome (and easy) recipe combining grapes and Prosecco.

Whether you are getting together with your gal pals or planning a picnic with your partner – these Boozie Grapes will be a hit!

I saw this on my TikTok for you page –  from @brunchwithbabs, a verified cooking grandma with 1.5 million followers.  


1 pound Grapes

2 cups Prosecco

2 oz Vodka


  • Place a pound of your favorite grapes (I used green) in a bowl.  
  • Simply add 2 cups of Prosecco and 2 ounces of vodka
  • Cover and refrigerate overnight.

The next day, drain the grapes and roll in white sugar. {it is up to you how you plan to use the drained alcohol mixture}

The taste is quite mild – so do not worry – it’s not like fruit found in the trash can punch you had when you were in your 20’s. {IYKYK}

I looked online and the recipe is used by other foodie sites – some recommend putting a small cut into the grape so that it will soak up more of the mixture. It is totally up to you how you handle that part.

You can put them on a skewer and add them to a fancy drink.  

You can place them in a cute bowl for munching.

You can simply eat them all yourself.

Enjoy!  Let us know if you tried this recipe and your adaptations, if any.

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Darcy Esparza
Darcy started her professional career in CC in 1994 and immediately moved away for her job, got married to her husband, Louie, and started her family before moving back to the Coastal Bend in 2012. Darcy grew up in Florida before making Texas her home. She has a journalism degree from the University of Florida but is more known for her middle school math teaching career and her now title as co-owner of a local mattress store, BoxDrop Mattress (social medial handle @boxdropcc). Darcy and Louie have been married for more than 20 years, have 4 children, 2 granddaughters, and 2 dogs.