Chocolate Covered Grapes
Yield:   About 12 servings
Cook Time:   About 5 minutes for melting chocolate.
Tips:  Small grapes can be used as well, but should be kept on the bunch and dipped all together rather than separately, then served as a bunch for guests to break off on their own.
Suggestion:   Serve as a fruit appetizer or a light healthy dessert.
Green Grapes

Remove the largest and firmest green grapes from the bunch and set aside.

Line baking sheets or cookie sheets with parchment paper or waxed paper. Melt dark chocolate, either in a double boiler over simmering water (making sure water does not touch top pan), or in a microwave safe bowl in microwave, heating on high at
30 second intervals, stirring after each heating until melted. Dip one green grape at a time, stem side down, into chocolate, turning to evenly coat 1/2 of each grape. Once coated, rest grapes on their sides on the lined baking sheets.

Repeat process with white chocolate and red grapes.

Place chocolate covered grapes in refrigerator to chill until the chocolate becomes firm, then transfer to a serving bowl or tray. Keep in refrigerator until ready to serve.