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Apple or Pear Clafoutis

By Cat, Oct 2007; updated July 2015 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) See also: 1. Puddings & Frozen Desserts Menu; Other sites: 1. French Food, about (2) Clafoutis (a French word, pronounced “claw-foo-tee) is a simple, baked fruity custard pudding from France. There are two main ways of baking a clafoutis … Continue reading

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Plum Clafoutis, with Almonds

By Cat, Oct 2007; updated July 2015 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) See also: 1. Puddings & Frozen Desserts Menu; Other sites: 1. French Food, about (2) Clafoutis (a French word, pronounced “claw-foo-tee) is a simple, baked fruity custard pudding from France, that is best served warm, with cold thick cream poured … Continue reading

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Low Carb Berry Clafoutis, with Almond-Coconut Crust

By Cat, Oct 2007; updated July 2015 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) Clafoutis (a French word, pronounced “claw-foo-tee) is a simple, baked fruity custard pudding from France. The traditional baking method for a clafoutis is unique: 1) Pour part of the batter into the pan and bake in hot … Continue reading

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Cherry or Blackberry Clafoutis (Baked Pudding)

By Cat, Oct 2007; updated July 2015 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) It’s cherry season here in the Flathead Valley, so while looking for a low-carb/high fat dessert using cherries, this recipe caught my eye. It reminds me of a fruit kuchen without the pastry crust on … Continue reading

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