Clafoutis (Klah-foo-TEE) is a French dessert in which a custard nestles the fresh fruit of the season. The most classic clafoutis is cherry, but we’ve tried blueberry and peach berry clafoutis as well that turned out just scrumptious.
No idea how we got started on this clafoutis kick. But we like them so we made a bunch of them. They’re easy and a great way to showcase fruit. These showy, white porcelain baking dishes are perfect for displaying clafoutis.”
We started this project by gathering clafoutis recipes from various sources. We found three faults:
With these changes, we made clafoutis that were just right—beautiful, fun to serve, and delicious. And they are easy.
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Keep reading below for more details on how to make clafoutis.
(Updated from May 22, 2014)