Form into balls, and place them on a cookie sheet or plate. Put in the fridge for at least 30 minutes. Note: if you are putting eye balls or other decorative sprinkles on them, put them on before placing them in the fridge.
Store in an airtight container for up to one week.
Wash grapes and remove the stem. Place them in a small sauce pan over medium heat. Use a wooden spoon to mash the grapes as their skin starts to soften. Depending on the stage of ripeness this should take about 10 minutes. Note: To speed up this process you can cut the grapes in half, which will release the juices quicker.
Remove the grapes from heat and add lemon juice, honey, and chia seeds. Allow to sit for a few minutes to cool and slightly thicken.
Add the grape mixture and ginger to a small food processor. Blend until smooth. Chill and serve on toast, oatmeal, yogurt or pancakes.
You can use any fruit for this recipe, and just adjust the additional flavorings to taste.
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