Whipped Feta Dip with Grapes

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Whipped Feta Dip with Grapes. This here is called living my best feta life, and it’s everything I love in an appetizer. If you know me personally, you know that I love the combination of sweet and salty together and this hits the spot. If you are from Greece, have lived in Greece, or have visited Greece I am sure you have tasted “ Tirokafteri “or “ Tyrosalata ” and had your share of feta dips. This dip is inspired by Greece and the years I have spent there with my family. When you bake red seedless grapes, they release all their juices they taste like wine so it’s the perfect combination. This recipe is perfect for the holidays. 

Delicious Whipped Feta Dip with Baked Grapes

Whipped Feta Dip with Grapes

This dip is inspired by Greece and the years I spent there with my family. When you bake red seedless grapes and they release all their juices they taste like wine so it’s the perfect combination in my opinion, especially for the holidays. 
5 from 1 vote
Servings: 3
Author: The Modern Nonna
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes


For the Grapes:

  • 1.5 cups red seedless grapes
  • pinch of salt
  • drizzle of olive oil
  • drizzle of apple syrup, maple syrup, honey, or agave all work
  • sprig of thyme is optional

For the whipped feta:⠀⠀

  • 8 oz of creamy feta, try to find one that's not as salty, 250 grams
  • I used 1/2 Macedonian-Style and 1/2 Bulgarian feta but you can use any
  • drizzle of olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon orange zest
  • 1 tablespoon plain yogurt , any
  • drizzle of apple syrup, honey, maple syrup or agave


  • Pre-heat oven to 400F. In a small baking dish add the grapes, pinch of salt, drizzle of olive oil, drizzle of Apple syrup, and a sprig of thyme.
  • Cover it and bake until the grapes are oozing and nice and soft, mine took 30 minutes. In a food processor add the feta, drizzle of olive oil, oranges, plain yogurt, a drizzle of apple syrup and process until frothy and creamy for about 1-2 minutes.
  • You can always open and scrape it down and process again. Add the whipped feta to a plate and top it off with your caramelized grapes. Enjoy with any fresh bread or even crostini.



I like creamy Macedonian-style feta in here more because it’s less salty and very creamy but any that you love will work.
If the feta is too salty you can remove the brine and add fresh cold filtered water, let it sit overnight and it will remove a lot of that salt. 
Feel free to use maple syrup, honey, or agave if you don’t have apple syrup. 
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