7 Reviews

Wonderful! I had a bunch of ripe organic nectarines and this was the perfect use. Followed the rceipe exactly, although I did peel the nectarines. Not overly sweet, and a tad "wetter" than other clafoutis I've made. My kids gobbled it down for breakfast and begged for more. Thanks for sharing the rceipe!

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LonghornMama July 28, 2010

Well, I opened my fridge to get a nectarine (since I like them cold and hate all the fruit flies when you leave them out) and discoverd some mushy spots and rather mealy textured, but still good-tasting fruit. Not wanting to waste them, I looked here for an idea of cooking the fruit where the texture would be irrelevant. This is an absolutely wonderful dessert. I did not have yogurt on hand so I used sour cream; I doubled the recipe and used "almost" a whole cup of low-fat sour cream. I also used 2% milk instead of soy milk. I was pleasantly surprised that it came out with a "custard"-like texture - almost like flan, surrounding the nectarine chunks. I also used splenda. Wonderful cold the next morning for breakfast too!

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allysonsaad October 07, 2008

have made this a couple of times with peaches and we LOVE it!

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riario May 20, 2008

This is a wonderful dessert. It reminds me of many european desserts that aren't so sickening sweet. It was very refreshing after dinner. I made it with white flesh nectarines. Simple and delicious. Plus we all had fun saying "Clafouti". Thanks.

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EuroSuey December 08, 2007

Wonderful! I went into this not knowing at all what to expect. I had never even heard of a clafouti before. I am so glad I tried this! We all enjoyed it. My Fiance doesn't care for dessert and he came back for seconds! The boys really enjoyed it too. If all of us enjoy it, that gets and automatic 5 stars! I took some over to the neighbours (they had company so they got half of it) and they LOVED it! When I told them that it was low fat, they were extra impressed. I did do a few minor changes. I used regular 2% milk and fat free vanilla yogurt. My peaches weren't all that great and yet you would never guess after they were cooked. I love that. Thanks SO much for a great dessert!

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Saturn August 22, 2007

This was really good! The peaches tasted really nice and fresh, the texture was good, and it's pretty healthy too. You could eat this for breakfast and not feel guilty at all! I cut the amount of sugar down to a half cup, and for us it was plenty sweet. I bet using peach flavored yogurt would be tasty!! I served it with whipped cream. Thanks for posting this great light dessert!!

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Japanese Delight January 22, 2007

What an enjoyable combination! Perfect for when you need a light summer dessert but you want something a little dressier than just plain peaches. I used regular milk and increased the vanilla to 1 Tbls. I was out of plain yogurt so I substituted low-fat sour cream. It took about 40 minutes cooking time for it to be 'set'. I served it topped with whipped cream about 2 hours after it came out of the oven and it was still slightly warm. Everyone loved it...judging by the second helpings that were taken. Thanks Derf for encouraging me to try a new type of dessert!

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Marg (CaymanDesigns) August 26, 2005
Peach or Nectarine Clafouti