Cherry Clafoutis is a dessert I enjoy making when cherries are in season. I had this recipe post for a while but keep forgetting to post it.
When I started blogging, it was all for fun and I was happy to share my recipes, my food adventures and misadventures. I got into blogging for the simple reason of sharing recipes that would make people enjoy cooking and enjoy the taste of their labor of love. I only wished I started sooner! The blogging business is so saturated that sometimes I feel like I am not reaching the number of people I want my recipes or posts to reach. I want to educate, I want to show people that cooking is not that hard, and it is something enjoyable.
One easy recipe is Cherry Clafoutis or Cherry Batter Pudding. It is a Batter Pudding but the name Cherry Clafoutis sounds better when mentioning that is it a French dessert. It is true that the French are very good at patisserie and what better way to feel like you are in Paris then by making a French dessert of course.
When reading the ingredients don’t be discouraged when you see Kirsh or fruit brandy. I have made the same recipe with orange liquor, passion fruit liquor and cherry liquor. They each have their own distinctive taste but my favorite is the orange liquor. A good brand of orange liquor is the best if you can afford it. The best way to enjoy a good dessert or baked goods is to use good ingredients. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed. So here is to a wonderful dessert recipe to wow your guests. By the way, a quick tip to share, cherries and oranges are marvelous together.