Cherry Clafoutis

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cherry clafoutis

 

If you are looking for a simple summer dessert, look no further.

Clafoutis is basically pancake batter poured over fruit and baked, making it great for dessert and breakfast.

{you know how I love my dessert for breakfast}

You probably already have most of what you need in the pantry, and with the exception of pitting the cherries

{note to self…GET a cherry pitter}

 

cherry-clafoutis

 

it comes together in just minutes. Seriously, I didn’t even decide to make dessert until Ian was starting the grill and I noticed the HUGE bag of cherries.  Dessert was  finished and coming  out of the oven as he brought in the meal.

 

clafoutis with cherries

 

Cherry Clafoutis ~ from Julia Child

Ingredients

  • 3 cups of pitted Bing or other sweet cherries
  • 1 1/4 cups of milk {I used buttermilk}
  • 2/3 cup of sugar {divided}
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 Tbsp vanilla
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • 1/2 cup of flour

Instructions

  • place the milk, 1/3 cup of sugar, the eggs, vanilla, salt, and flour in a blender
  • blend for about a minute
  • pour enough batter to cover the bottom of your pie plate or baking dish
  • cook over moderately high heat just to set the batter {about 2 minutes}
  • top the batter with the cherries
  • cover with the remaining 1/3 cup sugar
  • pour on the rest of the batter
  • bake @ 350 for about an hour
  • serve warm with powdered sugar
https://www.wellfloured.com/cherry-clafoutis/

 

clafoutis with sugar

 

Luckily we didn’t eat all of it last night,

{even though Stella begged and begged}

and it made a terrific breakfast.

 

Enjoy!

cherry clafoutis

 

 

more fruit

Raspberry Turnovers

{also great dessert for breakfast}

Puff pastry Turnovers

Cherry Cakes

mini cherry cakes

Strawberry Coffee Cake

berry cream cheese coffee cake