WELLNESSAUGUST 28, 2016

meet your new favorite dessert — hello, berry clafoutis

I saw the apricot rhubarb clafoutis when I first flipped through the My New Roots Cookbook earlier this spring, and couldn’t wait to try this simple, yet ‘fancy’ sounding dessert.

Clafoutis (cla – foo – tee), is a custard-like treat with fruit as the star. The best part is you can adapt it to whatever is seasonal and abundant. This summer, I’ve tried versions with plums, peaches, and berries. While all were delicious, I particularly enjoyed the combination of blackberries and blueberries that I’m sharing with you.

Add all ingredients to the blender, pour over fruit, bake – and you’re all set.

It’s wonderful served with a coconut whipped cream for a mildly sweet, seasonal dessert. I am also partial to serving this clafoutis cold for breakfast with plain yogurt. Would be a welcome addition to a brunch spread, too.

I’m already looking forward to fall versions with figs and pears…

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