Clafoutis are a French dessert, typically made with cherries. And if cherries are substituted with other fruits, we are supposed to call it a flognarde. This homely dessert originates from Limousin, a region in central France. If you enjoy raspberries, you'll love this dessert. The juice of the raspberries seep into the flan-like dessert and add a fresh flavor. Here's the recipe!
Ingredients (serves 4):
1 egg + 1 yolk
1/3 cup flour
1/2 cup sugar
pinch of salt
1/2 cup cream
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 cup whole milk
4 1/2 oz (125 g) raspberries
Preheat oven to 350ºF (180°C).
Butter 4 ramekins. Divide the raspberries between the ramekins.
In a bowl, mix the eggs, sugar and vanilla extract. Whisk in the flour, then pour the milk and the cream. Mix until smooth.
Pour the batter into the ramekins and place them on a baking tray. Bake for 35 minutes, until the clafoutis is set and golden. Let cool slightly.
Clafoutis aux framboises
Ingrédients (4 personnes):
1 oeuf entier + 1 jaune d’oeuf
40 g de farine
60 g de sucre
pincée de sel
10 cl de crème liquide
1/2 càc d'extrait de vanille
100 ml de lait entier
125 g de framboises
Préchauffez le four à 180°C.
Beurrez 4 ramequins. Divisez les framboises entre les 4 ramequins.
Dans un saladier, cassez les oeufs. Ajoutez le sucre et la vanille. Mélangez. Ajoutez la farine puis versez le lait et la crème. Mélangez. Versez la préparation dans les ramequins à l’aide d’une petite louche. Mettez le tout au four pendant 35 minutes. Laissez refroidir.
That is gorgeous! I love to make Clafoutis but I have never made them in personal dishes. Great idea. Definitely going to try that one.ReplyDelete
OMG, your clafoutis is jumping out of the screen!! Clafoutis is one of my favourite tarts/desserts ever since we had a French neighbor when I was a kid, who taught us to love it...ReplyDelete
It looks absolutely mouth watering!! I love clafoutis and raspberries are my favourite! :-)ReplyDelete
Delicious! I love clafoutis and raspberries.ReplyDelete
Mmmmh be chaho ya Chicho !ReplyDelete
Bisou kbiré, Gigi
Simply stunning & I feel I could dive right into them!ReplyDelete
awesome pictures! what camera do you use?ReplyDelete
Wonderful blog and great recipes! ;)ReplyDelete
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Have a nice day! Stefania
Wonderful dessert, though I never made it with raspberry, it does sounds intriguing.ReplyDelete
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. You make me want to jump into the kitchen and start baking! Great blog.ReplyDelete
Those are gorgeous! They look and sound totally gourmet :-)ReplyDelete
Just gorgeous! I love all French desserts but I have yet to try making a clafoutis. You've paid hommage to such a classic!ReplyDelete
I love clafoutis as they are easy, good for when last minute guests arrive and they always turn out!ReplyDelete
I am not crazy about clafoutis usually but this one has got me drooling! Love that raspberry oozing from it!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, your raspberry clafoutis look wonderful! Love the individual serving dishes.ReplyDelete
Clafoutis is one of my favourite desserts. Its also easy to make, so thats a bonus!ReplyDelete
wow This looks simply irresistible! The photos...:-)) So mouthwatering.ReplyDelete
Ton clafoufis me donne très envie, car ça fait longtemps que je n'en ai plus fait ! mais avec l'arrivée des fruits de printemps les clafoutis vous être à l'honneur.ReplyDelete
new to your blog (found you via a comment you left on marla's site) ...wow, such amazing food and great photos!ReplyDelete
Cherine, I love how you've prepared this in individual servings. I looks divine!ReplyDelete
The presentation is perfect and so is your clafoutis!ReplyDelete
I didn't know that without cherries it's a flognarde. Good to know! Your raspberry version looks delicious. I'd love to try them with strawberries too!ReplyDelete
This looks wonderful. Clafoutis is one of my favorite family desserts. The flavors you have used here are wonderful. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...MarytReplyDelete
I made a peach clafoutis once but it didn't look as impressive as this. Love the small dishes.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous looking clafoutis. I normally feel a bit intimidated with baking but this recipe seems easy to make. I've got some ramekins sitting in the cupboard I bought long ago and never used. It think time has arrived :)
Thanks for sharing,
Looks so delicious, thanks for sharing this recipe here, it is fantastic.ReplyDelete
It is tbe best French dessertReplyDelete
Hello really such a great post admin keep posting such a interesting posts thanks for sharing this blog.ReplyDelete
I love the way you have written on the subject in detail I shall surely have the article saved and the print out of the article shall surely be circulated in the college premises and also within my group of friends.ReplyDelete
This looks so yummy! Your amazing at these pastries, think I may have said that before!ReplyDelete
Do you think I could substitute 1% milk for the cream and whole milk or would that ruin it?ReplyDelete
No i think this will ruin it.ReplyDelete
Oh, I so like this! However, I wonder if I could cut down on the sugar by using 1/4 stevia and 1/4 sugar.ReplyDelete
If you use 1/4 sugar the result and taste wont be the same knowing that this clafoutis is not too sweet! Maybe you can give it a try if you dont mind sweetless dessertDelete
Thank you for the wonderful recipe, made it tonight for dessert using some of my fresh raspberries we picked from a local farm, I used a whole cup of half & half instead of 1/2 milk & 1/2 cream and sprinkle with sugar before baking it to add a little crust on top and they turned out wonderful! I also serve vanilla ice cream on top. Will definitely make it again!!!ReplyDelete