17 August 2017

cherry clafoutis ( Clafoutis de cerezas)






Cherry clafoutis is one of the easiest French desserts you can ever make. You can use fresh or frozen pitted cherries .
This baked custard can be served warm or at room temperature.
Delicious for every season.
I love this recipe for evry clafoutis is light and flavorful !


Adapted from   Gimme some oven


Note: Finally, a small note, I would love to publish more often, in fact I always have recipes and photos but sometimes I can't because  I m caring  my mom.

 I do not have time sometimes to do the post, I say this because  some of you  ask me , she is fine until now but sometimes she needs more of my care.
Thanks for all. Anyway Im posting a recipe  once  a week.








Ingredients

4 eggs separated
2/3 cup sugar
6 tablespoon all purpose flour 
2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup heavy cream
1/2 teaspoon salt
3 cups fresh cherries or frozen pitted cherries
1/2 teaspoon lemon zest
powdered sugar (for dusting)



Method 

Preheat the oven to 180°c (375 F) Butter 6 smaller baking dishes or a large rectangular baking dish.

Combine the egg yolks and 1/3 cup sugar in a large bowl. Whisk until  ribbons form and add the flour, vanilla extract and cream. Beat the mixture until completely blended.
In another bowl  beat the egg whites together with the salt until foamy about one minute .
Then add the beaten egg whites into the batter mix lightly until incorporated .

In a medium bowl stir together the cherries, the remaining sugar and the lemon zest.  Pour the cherries sin the smaller baking dishes or the large baking dish. and top with the batter.
Bake until the clafoutis is set in the middle  (about 20 to 25 minutes)

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en español

clafoutis de cerezas




























61 comments:

  1. You have done an excellent job creating these beautiful desserts, Gloria. I need to bake a batch soon.

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    1. Thanks Angie, you are always nice :)

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  2. All with a cherry on top.

    Posting when you can is the way to be, real life takes priority

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    1. Thanks Pat, is absolutely true, and my mom need me in this moment :)

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  3. This looks an interesting recipe. We have clafoutis often as we have our own cherry trees but my recipe is totally different. I might just try this out next week and see what the difference really is. Thanks for sharing especially when you are busy and short on time Take care. Diane

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    1. thanks Diane !
      Yes I have seen (and made) different recipes of clafuties!
      Nice You have cherries tree. we have one but usually they are eaten by the birds :) :)

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  4. Gloria, this is one of my favorite desserts and a breeze to make. Your's is beautiful. I hope your mother will be o.k.. I know having you care for her is a great comfort.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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    1. thanks Bonnie. Yes sometimes she is doing well and others not so much :)
      Yes Im happy fof care her.

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  5. I love clafoutis and yours looks delicious. I should make it more often. Taken care of your mother is a lot of work but you also have to take care of yourself.

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    1. thanks Gerlinde !
      yes some times isn't easy but others we are ok.
      thanks !

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  6. adoro questo dolce e le monoporzioni sono un'idea deliziosa. un abbraccio cara, buona serata

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  7. Adoro le ciliegie e questo dolce è delizioso!
    Cura la tua mamma con amore e non preoccuparti delle ricette :)
    Un forte abbraccio e un bacio <3

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    1. grazie Dani ♡♡♡♡
      un abbraccio cara

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  8. che delizia Gloria, bellissima ricetta, un abbraccio !

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  9. These individual clafoutis are beautiful!!! I bet they taste amazing, too!!!

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  10. I love sweet and light texture of clafoutis.

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  11. You make the best desserts, Gloria! I love the individual serving dishes you used too. xoxo

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  12. très beau dessert j'aime beaucoup
    bonne soirée

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  13. Gloria, Baked custard with cherries...YUM! An easy and satisfying little dessert...and fairly healthy too. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  14. Bellissimi e pratici in mono porzione... e tanto golosi!

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  15. That does look absolutely delicious!! Saw a write-up about you over at Pat's blog and came to see the yummy goodies!

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    1. thanks mail4rosey ! you are welcome here.
      nice of you come to see my kitchen :)

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  16. this is such a fancy dessert that would be good with any fruit but is especially awesome with cherries!!

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    1. thanks Grace. Really true ! I love with cherries but is so good with raspberries or strawberries.

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  17. Clafoutis is so yummy!
    Yours look delicious.

    I do have a lower carb recipe which I use as it doesn't raise husband Eddies blood sugar levels (he is Type 2 diabetic) http://thelowcarbdiabetic.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/low-carb-berries-fruit-and-almond.html

    Sending my thoughts and good wishes to you and your Mom.

    All the best Jan

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  18. thanks Jan . My dad was type 2 too and I made special diabet treats for him.
    And know is hard .
    xo

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  19. Your clafoutis looks delicious!
    And I hope your mom is doing well.

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  20. These desserts look as beautiful as I'm sure they are tasty. Well done!
    Stopping by from Pat's to say hello :)

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  21. Dear Gloria, What a beautiful dessert or mid-afternoon treat with a nice cup of tea. xoxo Catherine

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  22. Oh how yummy these little treats look...such a perfect accompaniment to my mid afternoon coffee!:)
    Thank you so much for sharing...

    Much Love & Hugs

    xoxoxoxo

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  23. Thanks to you Ygraine .
    Love and hugs for you !

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  24. Ah yes, it can be hard to get regular posts out when things get busy! But your clafoutis is beautiful! I had made this with peaches, but I know using cherries is more traditional. I love that you did this in individual sizes. I should try it again with cherries since they are in season now!

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    1. Thanks dear Inger, I love individual sizes I dont know why!

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  25. I've never made a clafoutis - I love the idea of a mini version. YUM!

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    1. Thanks Pam welcome again after yours summer weeks !

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  26. Hi Gloria! Your cherry clafoutis looks delicious! I haven't make it in a long time and want to try your version. Thanks!

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  27. Hi, Gloria! I'm visiting via Pat Hatt's post featuring your blog. Your post on cherry clafoutis literally made my mouth water. I've never had this dessert, but I have made baked custards long ago. I'm definitely going to have to try this! Have a good one!

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    1. Thanks Fundy blue you are welcome, I love Pat, hope you enjoy cherry clafotis are really nice and easy to make!

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  28. looks great must try to make it sometime.

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    1. Thanks Rebecca is really delicious and easy !

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  29. This looks so pretty and sounds so tasty. I like that it is described as easy to make. :)
    ~Jess

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