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It’s Halloween in July! Or at least it feels like it, with these super-fun, super-tasty “Witch Fingers” variety of grapes from Melissa’s Produce.

Witch Fingers are a new artisan hybrid grape that is exclusively grown by a producer in California’s San Joaquin Valley who is devoted to developing unique grape varieties. Witch Fingers have a super sweet flavor, deep-purple coloring, and a uniquely elongated fruit shape fruit that is both playful and elegant. (We tried them side-by-side with our regular purple table grapes — they are clearly sweeter, and definitely more unique!)

We showed them to our kids and then brought them to an impromptu summer backyard party, and the response was universal – fascination, followed by tentative tasting, followed by a mad scramble to eat all of the remaining grapes. They really are that good.

How are we going to use these tasty grapes? No fancy recipes, just good old-fashioned grape eating. Well, OK, we came up with this Spooky Snack to pack for a camp snack, with “Witch Hat” blue corn tortilla chips, “Witch Eye” hard-boiled eggs with olive, and Witch Fingers grapes:

Clockwise, from left: “Witch hat” blue corn tortilla chips, “witch eye” hard-boiled eggs and olives, frozen Witch Fingers grapes

Pro lunch-packing tip: We freeze the grapes so they stay cold and keep everything else cold in the lunch bag at the same time.

These Witch Fingers grapes are expected to be in stores soon and they will be available for a short season, approximately one more month. At the moment, they can be ordered from Melissas.com or by calling 800-588-0151.

Blogger disclosure: We received a sample of these grapes to try but did not receive compensation for this post. All opinions expressed are our own.

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4 Responses to Witch Fingers Grapes

  1. Nancy Rose Eisman July 30, 2013 at 9:20 am #

    Fun ideas! Will you be freezing/saving more witch fingers for Halloween?

    • Jeanne July 30, 2013 at 10:48 am #

      Thanks, Nancy! I hope I can get some around Halloween – they would be perfect for that!

  2. Phyllis July 24, 2014 at 9:52 am #

    found them in Publix grocery store yesterday and just had to try them! (july 23,2014)
    Surprisingly good

    • Jeanne July 24, 2014 at 10:20 am #

      Oooh – I’m glad you found them! And yes – they’re tasty, aren’t they!

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