An apple clafoutis

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Coucou,

Y U M M Y time, again, but sugary today! I’ve always heard about cherry clafoutis and I don’t know why but everytime I hear someone talking about clafoutis, I hear my mum saying “grumpfezfezfc” as a little “yuk!”, really not convinced at all. And anyway, it’s really hard for me to think about cherries in a cake, I made a Black Forest gateau (recipe in French) and it was delicious but, for me you eat cherries out of the Kraft bag (I don’t have a cherry tree and if you do, I’m more than jealous). One day, I’ll try, I know that because “a wise man changes his ming sometimes, a fool never” but not today, not tomorrow. Today, we’re making an apple clafoutis because apples = life (“an apple a day keeps the doctor away”). Don’t thank me for the idioms, I’m just being nice.

3 apples (I used granny), 30g + 50g salted butter, 85g brown sugar, 3 eggs, 10g vanilla sugar, 80g flour, 1 pinch of salt, 30cl milk. You’ll also need 20g salted butter and 1tbsp brown sugar for the baking tin.

Preheat the oven to 200°.

Peel your apples and dice them. Put them in a pan with 30g of salted butter, 1 tbsp of brown sugar and simmer for 5mn. While it simmers, take a bowl and whisk the eggs + brown sugar + vanilla sugar. Add the flour + salt and whisk again. Little by little and while you whisk, add the milk.

Butter your baking tin and sprinkle with brown sugar. Put your apple dices in the baking tin and pour the clafoutis batter on. You still have 50g of salted butter, dice them and drop them off on your clafoutis batter. It is almost ready.

Put in the oven for 35mn.

Now it’s ready, you have your apple clafoutis! You can eat it warm or at room temperature, it is delicious either way. I like that dessert, what do you think? It’s quite original using apple for a clafoutis. What is your favourite apple dish (dessert or course)? They are my favourite fruit so, if you have a recipe, I’m more than happy to try it.

I wish you a lovely day, des bisous.

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