Perfect Cherry Dessert Clafoutis aux Cérises Noires
The traditional way to make clafoutis is to use the cherries whole with the pits. David says
“Having had a little too much dental work lately, and not wanting my friends to have any, I choose to pit the cherries.”
While endless variations of clafoutis can be made using almost any fruit, from blueberries to strawberries, pears, apples and even prunes, the Cocoa and Lavender traditional version – with a twist – wins out hands down.
Clafoutis aux Cérises Noires
A traditional clafoutis with a thoughtful twist... pitted cherries.
Food for thought... when you change the cherries to another fruit, the traditional clafoutis then becomes a flaugnarde.