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!
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.