Fruity, Sweet & Delicious Low-Carb Grape Salad Recipe

During the hot summer months there is nothing as satisfying as a cold fruity salad. But a grape salad, well, there is nothing quite like a grape salad. Fruity, sweet, creamy, nothing’s better on a hot summer day. It’s a marvelous summer dinner idea to complement any meal as a side dish, or refresing snack.
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I’ve been craving this delicious salad all summer. But, with it being a sweet salad I was concerned that I couldn’t quite fit it into a Trim Healthy Mama diet. So I began playing around with recipes. I finally came up with one that I think tastes great and relieves my craving for a satisfying cold grape salad.

This tasty grape salad recipe is so great, it’s perfect to take along to a summer picnic, church potluck or as a companion dish when entertaining. You won’t be disappointed. 

With 6g of fat and 10g of net-carbs this falls into the S category per serving, if eating as a snack. With a meal, you’ll need to watch your carb count. But, you can further reduce the fat by eliminating the nuts to make it a fuel pull.

For those of you who may be unfamiliar with the THM eating plan, it’s a low-glycemic index plan that balances carbs and fats in a healthy way. Therefore, this recipe is good for anyone who is seeking to eat low-carb, keto, or even paleo. 

Summer Dinner Idea for a Side Dish or Snack


Low-Carb Grape Salad Recipe


  • 1/4 Cup 0% Greek Yogurt
  • 4 oz. low-fat Cream Cheese, softened
  • 2 T. Brown Sweetener
    (Make your own brown sugar using on-plan sweetener, I prefer Pyure mixed with molasses).
  • 1/4 cup chopped nuts (for this recipe I used chopped walnuts and pistachios)
  • 2 1/2 cups whole seedless grapes (I used all seedless black grapes but you could mix for a variety of color).



  • Cream together, cream cheese, yogurt, and sweetener.
  • Fold grapes and 1/2 the amount of chopped nuts into mixture.
  • Place into serving bowl and sprinkle the rest of the nuts over the top.


Pyure Organic Stevia Blend

What is your favorite summer salad? Please share a link in comments.

Got Grapes on the Brain?

Try these tasty treats…

  1. 1 pound of purple grape Skittles
  2. Grow your Own Grape Vine
  3. Grape Cotton Candy
  4. Grow your Own Grape Vine
  5. Sparkling Ice – Grape


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5 Replies to “Fruity, Sweet & Delicious Low-Carb Grape Salad Recipe

      1. Oh goodness, when I saw your comment in my dashboard, I thought you were commenting on the Fruit Pizza recipe. You’re probably right. Cross-over may be more appropriate.

  1. Hi Renee,
    This looks yummy!
    And I know we THM’s are about food freedom. Please keep in mind though that for THM, ingredients trump numbers. So yes, if your portion is small enough, the numbers *might* fit the THM guidelines. But grapes are a high-glycemic fruit and need to be saved for E meals/snacks.
    Here’s what one of the THM authors commented to say on someone’s FB post:
    “Most berries are safe with S meals. If you wanted to use grapes, they’d have to be only in very small garnish amounts but they don’t fit naturally with S meals unless seeking a crossover.”
    We can always, always double-check with a THM admin to make sure recipes are good to go.
    Thank you for your hard work getting more THM-able recipes out there!!

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