Categories:Berry & Fresh Fruit Cakes Cherries Coffee Cake and Clafoutis Pudding Cakes
This Cherry Clafouti recipe is an easy-to-make dessert using fruit suspended in a batter similar to that used for crepes. Substitute a pound of pitted plums, peaches, berries, sliced apples or any other fresh fruit, if you wish. A clafouti is often served as a breakfast dish.
Clafouti (kla-foo-TEE) is a traditional dessert from the Limousin region of France during the peak cherry season and is often served as a breakfast dish. In France, the dish is often made without pitting the cherries because the pits are thought to enhance the flavor of the batter with a perfume faintly reminiscent of almonds. Whole cherries are also less likely to bleed into the batter.
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Cherry Clafouti – Cherry Pudding Cake Recipe: