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Red Grape Clafoutis

Clafoutis is a baked French dessert of fruits, arranged in a but­tered dish, and cov­ered with a sweet flan-like-bat­ter. Cher­ries are the most com­mon fruit used for clafoutis, but any fruit can be used. Since cher­ries are not cur­rent­ly in sea­son, I decid­ed to make a red grape clafoutis, which turned out to be deli­cious!

red grape clafoutis

Recipe

I used my favorite French clafoutis recipe, which has some­thing spe­cial that oth­er recipes don’t have: the sug­ar used in the bat­ter is raw cane sug­ar, which makes it extra-deli­cious! I used the dark­est red seed­less grapes I could find. The dark­er the grapes, the bet­ter the clafoutis!

Please note, this recipe is for a small clafoutis. I used a small square Pyrex dish. Don’t hes­i­tate to dou­ble the ingre­di­ents if you have a big dish.

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Red Grape Clafoutis
red grape clafoutis
Course Dessert
Prep Time 15 min­utes
Cook Time 45 min­utes
Serv­ings
peo­ple
Ingre­di­ents
Course Dessert
Prep Time 15 min­utes
Cook Time 45 min­utes
Serv­ings
peo­ple
Ingre­di­ents
red grape clafoutis
Instruc­tions
  1. Pre­heat oven to 350 degrees Fahren­heit. Pull grapes from their stems, rinse them, and set aside.
    red grapes for clafoutis
  2. In a bak­ing dish (I used a small Pyrex square dish), place the but­ter and put it in the oven: this is to melt the but­ter. In the mean­time, in a big mix­ing bowl, whisk the eggs, add the pinch of salt and sug­ar, and mix. Add the vanil­la extract and the flour, and mix again, until you have a uni­form mix­ture.
    batter for red grape clafoutis
  3. Remove the melt­ed but­ter from the oven, and add it to the mix. Then, add the milk grad­u­al­ly, while stir­ring. Final­ly, add the grapes. Mix. With a paper tow­el, spread the left­over melt­ed but­ter (that is still on your bak­ing dish) all over your dish. Pour your mix­ture in the bak­ing dish.
    red grape clafoutis prior to baking
  4. Bake for 45 min­utes. Let it cool down, and enjoy while still warm (but not hot), or wait until it is cold. It is deli­cious either way. Option­al: sprin­kle gran­u­lat­ed sug­ar over the clafoutis.
    red grape clafoutis
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French Mom

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