noun, plural cla·fou·tis [klah-foo-tee]. /ˌklɑ fuˈti/.
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We are happy to receive a slice of clafoutis, winterized with cranberry and pear, and a showy gateau Saint Honore.Now that’s room service: What it’s like to check into a hotel just for dinner|Tom Sietsema|February 12, 2021|Washington Post
Cherry Clafoutis by Lora Zarubin This is the classic clafoutis made with cherries.
Fresh Fig Clafoutis by Marie Simmons A fresh fig tastes more like pure, rich honey than perhaps any other fruit.
Pear Clafoutis by Tom Fitzmorris Sweet, ripe pears are a brilliant variation on clafoutis.
Traditionally, French clafoutis is a cake of un-pitted sour cherries baked into a pancake-like batter.