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Grape Clafoutis


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Clafoutis is a rustic dessert from the Limousin region in France, made with fruit that is covered with a custard batter, which is unlike a traditional custard, as it has flour in it that gives it more structure. Traditionally the fruit should be cherries, unpitted black cherries specifically. But when Autumn arrives, bake this desserts with plums, figs, grapes or use whatever fruit you have on hand. It comes together quickly with just a few ingredients, is equally as tasty warm, at room-temperatur, or chilled, and keeps well for several days.

 

Grape Clafoutis

inspired and adapted from David Lebovitz
  • 400 g Grapes
  • 3 Lrge eggs, at room temperature
  • 1 Egg yolk
  • 70 g White spelt flour (German #630)
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 100 g White sugar
  • 2 tbsp Vanila sugar for the topping
  • 330 ml Coconut milk (or regular milk)
  • Softened butter, for greasing the baking dishes
  1. Preheat the oven to 190C/375F. Smear two small baking dishes (or one large casserole dish) liberally with butter.
  2. Place grapes in a single layer in the baking dishes.
  3. Whizz the eggs, flour, vanilla extracts, white sugar, and coconut milk together in an immersion blender or a standard blender until smooth.
  4. Pour the batter over the grapes and sprinkle each casserole with a tablepoon of vanilla sugar. Bake the clafoutis until the custard is just set, about 35 minutes for two small casserole dishes, 45 minutes for the large casserole.

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39 comments:

Brian 22/9/22 00:13

That looks good and I'll bet it tastes good too!

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kathyinozarks 22/9/22 00:50

I am not familiar with this dish-looks delicious though

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Tom 22/9/22 00:54

...a yummy way to enjoy grapes.

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Anne in the kitchen 22/9/22 01:16

I have only made this with cherries, but grapes have been so delicious this year, I'll bet it is fantastic.

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My name is Erika. 22/9/22 01:30

Too bad I used all my grapes to make jelly, because this sounds good. I may have to try it with apples. (But I did make one with strawberries back in that fruit's season, so I agree with you how easy and yummy a clafouti is.) hugs-Erika

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J.P. Alexander 22/9/22 02:39

No conocía la receta. pero me tienta. Te mando un beso y gracias por la receta.

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foodtravelandwine 22/9/22 04:19

I can't wait to try it!....I love clafoutis!!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Priya 22/9/22 06:47

Incredible yummy. Definitely wanna try with my family!

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roentare 22/9/22 07:14

That looks perfect for an afternoon tea!

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Yvonne @ Fiction Books Reviews 22/9/22 08:37

A completely new concept for me, but it certainly looks good, and I would be willing to give it a try! :)

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Nancy Chan 22/9/22 09:23

It looks drooling good to me.

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Lola Martínez 22/9/22 09:49

Es un postre que nos gusta mucho, pero solo lo he preparado con cerezas, tengo que probar con otras frutas como bien indicas, pues el tuyo queda estupendo.
Un beso.

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Julie 22/9/22 10:39

Grape clafoutis look delicious, unique and superb recipe dear 😋

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Marianela Beauty Tips 22/9/22 11:04

It looks delicious, Thanks for sharing.
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Medeja- CranberryJam 22/9/22 11:53

Using grapes is such a great idea!

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 22/9/22 13:40

this is beautiful and Ive always wanted to make one of these its just the perfect dessert

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DEZMOND 22/9/22 14:25

I just love saying loudly 'clafoutis, clafoutis, clafoutis', for no reason at all LOL

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speedy70 22/9/22 15:04

Adoro la consistenza di quest dolce, ottimo!!!

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Kitchen Riffs 22/9/22 15:58

Love this dish! Haven't made it for several years, and you've reminded me it's time again. :-) Thanks!

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Pam 22/9/22 17:53

I have still never made a clafoutis! I really need to change that.

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Sakuranko 22/9/22 18:01

Oh wow this looks so tasty perfect for autumn
Great recipe darling

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Muriel 22/9/22 20:32

Rohhh ! ce clafoutis aux raisins a l'air délicieux. J'aime l'idée du lait de coco dans ce dessert

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Cooking Julia 22/9/22 23:05

Oh this clafoutis is perfect for the fall!

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Lowcarb team member 22/9/22 23:17

Clafoutis is delicious, I make one using ground almonds.

All the best Jan

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Anonymous 23/9/22 01:27

Thanks so much for that recipe! It looks so colorful, and delicious! I can just imagine how tasty that would be on today's first day of autumn!

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Balvinder 23/9/22 02:59

This looks insanely good.

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Anonymous 23/9/22 04:34

I never used grapes in baking. What a great idea ! It looks so delicious. It's Judee

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Sherry's Pickings 23/9/22 07:03

i've only ever made cherry clafoutis but you can use many different fruits of course. I have a recipe that always tastes eggy no matter what i do. Must give yours a go :)

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Javier 23/9/22 12:27

Such a beautiful and delicious looking grape clafoutis!

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Rainbow Evening 23/9/22 15:21

love grapes....
cheap in summer only in our place...

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Chef Mimi 23/9/22 17:22

This is beautiful. I usually don’t click on desserts, but I love a clafoutis. They’re not overly sweet!

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The-FoodTrotter 23/9/22 19:07

I've never cooked grapes much, but I must say that i'm intrigued by your recipe! It looks gery good :)

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thepaintedapron.com 25/9/22 16:35

This sounds wonderful, and a great way to use grapes!

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Marissa 25/9/22 22:42

I adore clafoutis, but never thought to make it with grapes. Such a terrific take on this classic recipe, Angie! Can't wait to try it.

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2pots2cook 28/9/22 08:52

Perfect timing indeed. Love it !

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2pots2cook 28/9/22 08:53

Perfect timing indeed! Love it!

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