Berry Flognarde

“A flognarde (flow-nyard) is a custardy French dessert of fruit baked in a batter that most resembles the mix you would use to make crepes.” I used blueberries to make my flognarde. I had previously made a cherry clafoutis (a tart of fruit, typically cherries, baked in a sweet batter) and I am not sure of the difference between the two. I dusted the dessert with powdered sugar per Dorie’s suggestion before serving. This was enjoyed by all but does not change my opinion of not liking eggy desserts. To see what others thought head over to Cook the Book Fridays.


5 Comments Add yours

  1. This is a good looking dessert. The closeup shot is especially stunning. I like most custards/cakes with blueberries. However, a cherry clafoutis made right is hard to beat.


  2. quite appealing to me!


  3. Ha…I think we had similar reviews…it got eaten and enjoyed but probably not a favorite. 😀


  4. Kayte says:

    Well, I know what you mean about not liking a certain food…I’m the pickiest at that, so I get you on that…BUT, that said, this is absolutely gorgeous, and if you didn’t fall in love with it, I did just at your photo! Beautiful bake.


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