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MINI APPLE- AND BERRY CLAFOUTIS

MINI APPLE- AND BERRY CLAFOUTIS

"These gorgeous little French puddings may have a fancy name, but they’re a breeze to put together and the whole family will absolutely love them! Let the kids help you whisk the creamyNulaid egg batter and assemble the puddings themselves." - Theresa Ulyate

Serves 6

Mini Apple and Berry Clafoutis | Recipe | Things to do With Kids

Recipe

Ingredients

15 ml (1 tbsp) butter

15 ml (1 tbsp) castor sugar

5 ml (1 tsp) cinnamon

3 apples (about 350g), peeled, cored and thinly sliced

3 large Nulaid eggs

60 ml (¼ cup) castor sugar

5 ml (1 tsp) vanilla paste[MB1]

80 ml (⅓ cup) flour

200 ml full-cream milk

100 ml cream

100 g fresh raspberries

icing sugar, for dusting

cream or ice cream, to serve (optional)

What you need to do

Preheat your oven to 180 ºC and grease six 200-ml ramekins.

Place the butter, 15 ml castor sugar and cinnamon in a small frying pan. Stir over medium heat until melted and combined. Add the apple slices and toss in the melted butter mixture. Cook for 4-5 minutes, stirring regularly until the apples have softened slightly. Set aside.

Place the Nulaid eggs and castor sugar in a separate bowl. Whisk until creamy. Add the vanilla

paste and flour and whisk together. Lastly, whisk in the milk and cream.

Arrange half of the apple slices and raspberries in the ramekins. Divide the batter between the

ramekins, pouring it over the fruit, then arrange the remaining apple slices and raspberries on top.

Bake for 35-40 minutes until set and golden around the edges.

Allow the clafoutis to cool for a few minutes. Dust with icing sugar and serve warm with cream or

vanilla ice cream.

Mini Apple and Berry Clafoutis | Recipe | Things to do With Kids

Teresa’s tips and tricks

  • Baking times may vary depending on the size and depth of your ramekins (deeper ramekins will

take longer to bake). Keep an eye on the clafoutis in the oven and adjust accordingly.

  • Apple and berry clafoutis is delicious as a dessert or as a treat with your afternoon tea!
  • For extra crunch, sprinkle some flaked or slivered almonds over the puddings before baking.

For more fun recipes and other fun things to do with kids, read our Proudly South African Magazine.

Alexa

Alexa

A wife and mom, Alexa is an avid traveler always on the lookout for a new adventure. She is a high energy, natural influencer and inspiration to those around her. Although she has based her career on sales and marketing, she studied politics, philosophy and economics. A passion for writing has led her to blog on Things to do with Kids and on her personal blog called ‘Sleepless in Jozi”, which is focused on life as a mommy, travelling and generally being a busy body. In her free time Alexa loves spending quality time with her family, the outdoors, reading a good book and exploring new restaurants, markets and activities.

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