Clafoutis with apples and kiwis

Clafoutis is not just for cherries! Why not try this clafoutis with winter fruits, such as apples and kiwis?!

Ingredients for 6 persons

  • 3 apples
  • 2 ripe kiwis
  • 3 eggs  
  • 80 g of fine sugar
  • 20 of almond powder
  • 1 tablespoon of vanilla aroma
  • 250 ml of low-fat milk
  • 100 g of flour
  • 1 teaspoon of butter
  • 2 teaspoons of icing sugar


Preheat oven to 180 ° C / 375 ° F

Step 1:

Mix the eggs with fine sugar, vanilla aroma and the almond powder.Then add the milk. Mix.

To finish, add the flour gradually stirring constantly to avoid lumps formation. Mix until smooth and homogeneous. Set aside.

Step 2:

Using a paper towel, spread the butter in a mold with high edges.

Step 3:

Peel the apples, cut in 4 and remove the core.

Cut the apples into slices and place them in the mold.

Pour the mixture made previously in step 1.

Step 4:

Peel the kiwis, then cut into slices.

Did you know?

The kiwi is a small bomb of vitamin C. With 80 to 120 mg of vitamin C per 100 g of fruit, it is better than the orange. A single fruit would be enough to cover the recommended daily intake.

The kiwi matures after harvest, so do not worry if it is not yet ready at the time of purchase. You can store them for up to 4 weeks in your fridge as it matures. If you want to ripen a kiwi faster, store it at room temperature next to an apple. Indeed, apples release a lot of ethylene, a gas that accelerates the ripening of some fruits including kiwis.

Gently put the kiwi slices on your preparation in the mold.

Step 5:

Cook the clafoutis in the oven for 45 minutes at 180 ° C / 375 ° F.

Step 6:

After 45 minutes of cooking, your clafoutis is cooked.

Let cool a few minutes, then cover with icing sugar before tasting cold or warm.

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