Copycat Chicken Salad Chick’s Grape Salad: Refreshing grape salad for crowds and all occasions! Very easy to make, and can be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge.
This Copycat Chicken Salad Chick’s Grape Salad tastes just like the restaurant! I love that I can easily throw this together any time at home with just a couple of simple ingredients. The only difference is a few more grapes are added to this recipe. If you have not tried the Chicken Salad Chick’s Grape Salad, this stuff is like crack. This also yields a lot, making this excellent for a crowd, to bring to potlucks and cookouts, and any occasion! Give this a try today, you’ll thank me later!
What You Need To Make This Copycat Chicken Salad Chick’s Grape Salad:
- Cream cheese – You can use different flavors if desired.
- Sour cream – Or use plain yogurt instead but make sure it’s full-fat or a Greek yogurt variety.
- Seedless grapes (half red and half green) – Try using a different type of grapes such as concord.
- Pecans – You can mix up the nuts. Cashews, almonds, or walnuts are great for this recipe. Pumpkin or sunflower seeds are also an amazing addition.
- Brown sugar
Steps To Make Copycat Chicken Salad Chick’s Grape Salad
Step 1: Remove the stems after washing the grapes and make sure to cool the grapes completely.
Step 2: Using a handheld mixer, beat the cream cheese until fully smooth.
Step 3: To the cream cheese, add the sour cream, sugar, and vanilla. Continue beating on medium speed for 2 minutes.
Step 4: Throw in the grapes and gently combine by hand until completely coated.
Step 5: Cover the bowl, and pop it in the fridge to chill the salad until ready to serve.
Step 6: Sprinkle the pecans on top of the salad along with the brown sugar just before serving.
Frequently Asked Questions
How to store Chicken Salad Chick’s Grape Salad?
You can keep this salad in the fridge for a couple of days.
Grape salad variations:
You can try using different kinds of grapes, such as concord, or just green and red grapes. I suggest mixing up the nuts and choosing almonds, cashews, or walnuts. Sunflower or pumpkin seeds are also great! If you’d like, throw in some dried fruit like currants or cranberries. Or season the nuts with cayenne or cinnamon to add more flavor. And for a deeper flavor, you can try toasting the nuts.
CHECK OUT THESE AWESOME, EASY RECIPES:
My name is Natasha and I am the owner of nodashofgluten.com, a blog dedicated to all kinds of recipes. On my website, you can find classic dishes, vegetarian delights, creative snacks, Gluten-free recipes, and desserts – all proving that cooking isn’t as hard as it seems! With easy-to-follow instructions and tips on how to make your meals even better, I strive to help everyone become master chefs in their own kitchen. Come join me at nodashofgluten.com for some delicious fun!