FLAUGNARDE OF MIXED BERRIES (CLAFOUTIS)
Flaugnarde is a country French custard-like dessert that is made by eggs, milk, and fruit with then dusted by powdered sugar and eaten warm. Because this recipe is other of a custard, using whole eggs is a necessity. So, to ease it, I replaced the cream by low-fat milk and was really please by the results. other recipes with berries you may enjoy: small Mixed Berry Pie, Blueberry Compote, and mix Berry Cobbler.
This mix berry flaugnarde is just like a callouts. However, traditional clafoutis calls for black cherries – if any extra fruit is used, it’s called a flaugnarde. You can make this dessert by fresh berries, plums, or even peaches.
HOW TO MAKE A FLAUGNARDE
A flaugnarde may sound and seem impressive, but you won’t believe how simple it is to create.
- Put the berries in the prepared sweltering dish.
- Whisk the eggs, agave, salt, and flour together and then insert in the milk and vanilla extract.
- Pour the custard mix into the dish, and bake for 45-50 minutes until lightly browned and a toothpick insert into the center comes out clean.
- Once cool, dust by powdered sugar and serve.
- Feel free to use just one type of berry instead of a mix up.
- Sub in frozen berries if clean aren’t in season.
- If you’re not a fan of berries, you could use one more fruit like peaches, apples, or plums.
- Swap the berries for cherries to make a callouts.
- Serve by a small scoop of vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt.
- I used an oval baking dish, but a 7 x 11 or 9 x 9 dishes should work. You may need to adjust the baking time.
- For individual portions, bake the custard in ramekins for simple piece control.
- Refrigerate odds and ends for up to three days.