I love clafoutis. They are like pies only without the hassle of a pie crust. I made a pie crust once. It was not my idea of a good time. My idea of a good time is whisking a few ingredients together, pouring it over some fruit and having something magical happen.
See that? It’s magic. You get a crust, a wonderful custardy filling, and then your fruit. Three magical layers, with hardly any work at all. So, when looking for something easy and apple-ish to bake, I found Food 52 Apple Clafouti/Apple Flan and new that it was going on my list.
Now, that I am far enough down in my post, that Mr. Sidewalk Shoes will not be reading it, I have a confession. Yes, he reads my posts, but I don’t think he really reads them, just looks at the pictures. So, here goes. We were sitting at the dinner table, and I informed him that I was participating again with Michael Lee West and The Novel Bakers for apple week. He replied that was clever, were they all authors. I smiled, and replied that I had no idea, while in my head, I was thinking, “OMG. The Novel Bakers. Novel. Michael Lee West is an author. The Novel Bakers!” I don’t profess to be any sort of genius, but sometimes my sheer lack of geniusness astounds me.
So, while I might not be sharpest tool in the shed, the brightest star in the sky, I do know a good easy apple recipe when I find one! Follow the link above to Food 52, then make this. You’re welcome.
By Pam Greer
This will be my entry for Foodie Friday at the every so lovely Rattlebridge Farm.
"The Novel Bakers" return with Apple Week October 14th through October 20th
This week-long event is hosted by:
special guest – ME!