11 January 2019

cherry clafouti (clafouti de cerezas negras)








Finally I can make another post, having everything ready could not. 
 Of course  Christmas was a mess (as always) and also my camera from one day to another did not work anymore.

Thank God and my family (hubby) who gift me a new one. 
(Is a Canon too)

It's better than the other one but I had to learn to use it.
My kids helped me of course and I can do it myself.

I think these are the last cherries of the season but  Im frozen someones in small bags to use when we do not have cherries.

In any case, this clafouti can be made with frozen cherries or cherries in a jar. It is just as good.
Clafoutis are really simple and delicious!

Adapted from: Bake from Scratch


Hugs to all!!









Ingredients

1 1/2 cups (360 grams) heavy whipping cream
1/2 cup (63 grams) all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoon granulated sugar divided
3 large eggs
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
pinch of salt
1/2 teaspoon almond extract
3 cups (339 grams) pitted cherries (frozen, fresh or canned)
Confectioners sugar for garnish

Method

Preheat oven to 350°F (180°c)
Buttered lightly a baking dish .
In a large bowl whisk together cream, flour,  1/2 cup  of granulated sugar, eggs vanilla,salt and almond extract.

Let stand for 10 minutes.
Pour batter to a depth of 1/4 inch into  prepared  baking dish.
Set aside remaining batter.
Bake for 10 minutes.
In a medium bowl toss together cherries and remaining sugar.
Place cherrieson topo of baked custard. Stir remaining batter and pour over cherries,

Bake until soft and set in center about 30 minutes. Let cool for 20 minutes. Garnish with confectioner's sugar if desired.
Serve warm or cold.

Print recipe here

















Clafoutis de cerezas negras














74 comments:

  1. looks sooo good! I love cherries

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  2. Thanks Christine, I love cherries too!

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  3. this recipe is very nice! Thanks to show it us! I send you my compliments and the best wishes for a happy new year!

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  4. Adoro le ciliegie. Un dolce favoloso ^_^
    Un bacio

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  5. Cherries can win indeed. A new camera is sure a win too.

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    1. Thanks Pat. Yes Im happy with my new camera! xo

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  6. Looks absolutely delicious and beautiful with those cherries!

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  7. Such a yummy summer recipe! I love clafoutis. I'm sorry about your camera, but happy you got a new one. Like you, it takes me a long time to figure out a new one. I think you'll love it after a few more photo shoots :)

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  8. Thanks Lizzy. Really is a good camera but still I have to learn a lot about it.the nice is a Canon too so is more easy for me. Hugs

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  9. How nice that your kids bought you a new camera! The photos are very good even though you have to still figure it out ;) Cherry clafouti looks delicious and I also love cherries! Hope you have having a nice weekend, Gloria! xoxo

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    1. THanks Susan. I had many years with my other cameraq. But I think this new is good too.
      Love clafoutis too!hugs xoxox

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  10. Glad you have a new camera--looking forward to seeing more delicious foods that will make me crave more desserts :)

    www.thepulpitandthepen.com

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    1. Thanks Sage, camera is really important for me and my blog,

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  11. Never heard the word "clafouti" before!

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    1. haha I think you forgot it! Here I made others clafouti before. Is a french word for this cake/dessert:)

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  12. This looks so tasty. Glad you were able to make and enjoy it with the last of the cherries you had saved.

    Sorry to hear about your old camera- but wonderful news that you got a new one. Yay!! Have fun snapping photos.
    ~Jess

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    1. Yes Jess I love and try to freeze the better of fruits to our Autumn /winter and cherries are soo good.

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  13. Gloria, Cherries are my wife's favorite fruit and she'll love this recipe! 'Clafouti' is a new word for me too... Congratulations on that new camera! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks David clafouti is in french for this dessert or cake. Yes Im happy to have a new camera!hugs!

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  14. Clafoutis are delicious aren't they.
    This looks a very nice recipe you've shared.

    We do have a low carb version of a Fruit and Almond Clafoutis which is great for my diabetic husband Eddie, and I enjoy it too :)
    https://thelowcarbdiabetic.blogspot.com/2018/02/fruit-and-almond-clafoutis-low-in-carbs.html

    I'm pleased you like, and are getting used to, your new camera.
    Happy January wishes.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thanks Jan, my dad was diabetic so always I try to make food that could eat. I remember for Christmas sometimes I had for him other dessert!

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  15. Happy Christmas! Hope enjoy that new camera. That's a fun gift.

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    1. Thanks Ivy, you know withour a camera I cannot take pictures for the blog! So Im really happy.hugs

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    2. That's true. Glad you got a good new toy. So fun!

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    3. Thanks Ivy Im better with my new camera and learn to put the pictures in my computer! hugs

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  16. Congrats on your new camera Gloria! I also freeze cherries (I load them on a jelly roll pan to freeze individually, then put them in a big container) for winter though my last Cherry Clafoutis was made with cherries preserved in brandy :) Always a delicious dish!

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    1. Thanks Inger, was amazing, I was worry without a camera!I love cherries so is important for me can freeze!cherries preserved in brandy sounds amazing!!!

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  17. A regular in this house as we have a fabulous cherry tree and they freeze well. Keep well Diane

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    1. You are lucky Diane, I have a little cherry tree but the birds love them too :)
      But this year I received nice cherries from our gardiner! have a nice week Diane!

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  18. I love clafouti, so creamy. Perfect to finish a Sunday lunch

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    1. Grazie Is curious but you can eat like a dessert or a cake always delicious! Un abbraccio Elena

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  19. Che voglia di ciliege .... la tua torta è favolosa!!!
    Baci

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  20. What a great way to use the last of your cherries! Happy New Year, and enjoy your new camera.

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  21. adoro le ciliegie, non vedo l'ora che arrivi la stagione per mangiarle ! Splendido dolce, un abbraccio !

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  22. Anche me Chiara adoro le ciliegie , un abbraccio !!

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  23. Great looking clafoutis Gloria, especially with lots and lots of black cherries...thanks for this recipe.
    Have a wonderful week and have fun with your new camera...

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  24. I love any dessert that has cherries in it. This looks so delightful, Gloria!

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  25. Ma che buono questo dolce e quelle ciliegie, dicono proprio "mangiami"! Bacione

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  26. CHE VOGLIA DI ASSAGGIARLA, BRAVA. BACI SABRY

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  27. Piu che ciliegie mi sembrano amarene ed io le adoro. Potrei farlo con le amarene Fabbri ma solo un pezzetto no sugar for me :(
    Ciaooo buona serata,

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    1. I love cherries too. Sadly you can't eat so much sugar. Only a little piece :)

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  28. Yum! It looks beautiful and delicious.

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  29. Adoro questo tipo di dolci, bravissima!!!

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  30. Look delicious :-) Yum :-)

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  31. Adoro il clafoutis! Che meraviglia! :)

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  32. Another divine recipe! Also, I love the banner picture. I just noticed it today. Much love to you and your family!

    Elsie

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  33. Oh WOW...I absolutely adore cherries!!!
    When I was a child, we had a huge cherry tree in our garden...and I have loved them ever since!
    Dearest Gloria... thank you so much for sharing this. I am going to bake one tomorrow!!😊😊

    Lots of love and hugs ❤❤❤

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  34. Me too Ygraine, always enjoy cherrie in any way.IM glad you like ! hugs and love!!

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  35. Had a black berry clafoutis last week at a restaurant but cherry is my very favorite. Yours looks delicious.

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    1. Thanks Karen, yes I love so much cherries ! I think is my favorite !!xo

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