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Sunday, August 26, 2012

HERE'S TO CLAFOUTI......MY SWEET PATOOTIE..........




I've always had a love affair with blueberries.....and now since you can buy organic and a HUGE amount at Costco....I enjoy them even more.

Here is an easy summer recipe for Blueberry Clafouti... a simple dessert to keep on hand anytime.....

Preheat oven to 350 degrees
1 1/2 pints blueberries washed and drained
4 eggs
1 cup sugar
1cup milk (lowfat is fine)
1 tsp. vanilla
3/4 cup of flour
pinch salt
powdered sugar

Spread blueberries in an 8X10 pan

crack eggs in bowl and wisk
add sugar and wisk till pale yellow
add milk and vanilla...wisk gently
add flour...wisk again
add salt

Pour mixture over blueberries
bake about 45 minutes or until center is not soft to touch

Cool before cutting and spread with powdered sugar before serving.

YUMMMM......
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15 comments:

  1. I made this once it was good, I like it warm. I did not keep the recipe but how much flour is needed? xo

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  2. Oh Barbara....thanks for the comment.....oops......forgot the flour....would have been Blueberry Mess without it...huh....LOL LOL LOL.

    Jo

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    1. I have never heard of clafouti but I love blueberries so I will definitely try this.

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  3. Oh- It sounds kind of like a blueberry cobbler? yum!!!! xo Diana

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  4. I love blueberries!! Thanks for sharing~

    Hugs

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  5. yum! this looks amazing and I have never made this, its blueberry season here right now!

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  6. This sounds wonderful and I bet there is not much sodium. Something I can eat. Thanks.
    Mary

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  7. I have heard of "clafouti" before but never knew what it was. Thanks -- sounds de-lish!

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  8. That sounds absolutely wonderful!!! I have GOT to try me some of that! :D

    Hugs,

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  9. funny :D, my housemate bought 3 peaches because I asked him if he knew about peach cobblers and I said I wanted to have one. Well, we're having major storms here and there's nothing I'd like more than a peach cobbler right about now, but recipes bug me and I don't want to put the stove on in hot florida...so this morning I imagined a way to make it the way I made my Cointreau Berries stovetop, and simply google a recipe for a stove top crumble! lol then mix and eat...so I'm off to do that now before I forget lol...

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  10. Oh Jo, you just had to tempt me with something yummy didn't you! I will definitely be trying this out! Thanks so much for sharing with us...can't wait to give it a try! Big hugs, xoxo

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  11. What gorgeous blueberries. Your treat sounds so delish! Enjoy!

    xo,
    Danielle

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  12. Sounds yummy! We can only get frozen blueberries here but I use them quite often for blueberry muffins, on cereal or in oatmeal. The clafouti sounds good. I heard that it should be eaten right away rather than stored in the fridge. Is that true? Of course, it is really good there may not be any leftovers so it wouldn't be a problem. :) Best wishes, Tammy

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  13. Well, that actually sounds like something I could make. Easy and yummy.
    I love blueberries !!! and blackberries, and raspberries.
    However, strawberries have never been my favorite.

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