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Keto Triple Berry Clafoutis

|Keto Triple Berry Clafoutis

A traditional French clafouti is a quick dessert made with sweet batter and fresh fruit such as berries. This keto clafouti is the easiest summer pie you can make. The texture is somewhere between a pancake and a soufflé. But the real beauty of this treat is how easy it is to whip it up - you will only need a few common low-carb ingredients.

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Nutritional values (per serving):

4.9 grams 3 grams 16.9 grams 16.5 grams 7.4 grams 198 calories
Total Carbs7.9grams
Fiber3grams
Net Carbs4.9grams
Protein16.9grams
Fat16.5grams
of which Saturated7.4grams
Energy (calories)198kcal
Magnesium56mg (14%)
Potassium231mg (12%)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (10%), protein (14%), fat (76%).

Ingredients (makes 8 servings):

Instructions:

  1. Preheat the oven to 175 C / 350 F. Place all the ingredients apart from the ghee and berries into a blender: eggs, coconut milk, Erythritol, almond flour, vanilla powder and salt. |Keto Triple Berry Clafoutis
  2. Pulse until smooth ... |Keto Triple Berry Clafoutis ... for just a few seconds. Alternatively, mix in a bowl with a whisk. |Keto Triple Berry Clafoutis
  3. Grease a 9 to 10-inch flan dish with ghee and pour in the mixture. Add the berries: blackberries, raspberries and blueberries (wild blueberries contain less carbs than cultivated blueberries). Transfer into the oven and bake for 35-40 minutes. |Keto Triple Berry Clafoutis
  4. The pie is ready when the top is golden brown and set. You can also test it by inserting a toothpick in centre. If it comes out clean, the pie is ready. Remove from the oven and let it cool down for 5 minutes. |Keto Triple Berry Clafoutis
  5. Dust with powdered Erythritol, slice and serve. Try with a scoop of my No-Churn Keto Vanilla Ice Cream. |Keto Triple Berry Clafoutis Let it cool down and store in the fridge for up to 3 days. |Keto Triple Berry Clafoutis

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Comments (16)

I can't stomach coconut milk, can I use cream instead?

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Yes, you can use almond milk or a mix of cream and water (1/2 cup cream + 1/2 cup water).

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I made this the other 2 days ago, I used frozen strawberries, blueberries, and frozen cherries, just a few cherries though, I had to cook it a little longer, this is so good! I will make this dish again and again!

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Thank you, I'm glad you liked it! I think it depends on the oven, altitude and size of the baking dish - some may need a little more time.

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This was delicious. So simple and even though I didn't have enough almond meal and had to top it of with 1T flax meal it was still light. I served it with a sf butter sauce and vanilla yogurt for those none keto at dinner last night.
I'll be doing this again! 😘

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Thank you Gwenyth!

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I have found when using frozen berries I let them thaw and use a portion of their juice as part of the wet in a recipe it seems to cut down on longer bake times and a more accurate recipe run
My point is the drier the berry the closer to the recipe. Thanks for the recipe!!! We love it!

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Thanks for the great tip!

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Oh my goodness, this is SO delicious I can hardly see straight when I am chowing down on it! Uh... I mean... when I delicately eat small bites and chew properly while sipping a cup of decaf. If it's even possible, it tastes better the next day! I used frozen fruit, which I think made it take slightly longer to bake (about 50 minutes for the top to be completely set). I'll have to keep this adjustment in mind next time I make it so I don't start drooling automatically at 40 minutes like a Pavlovian dog.

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Hi Sue, thank you for your kind words and tips for baking with frozen berries! Smile

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I made this tonight. It was very good but I did have to cook it about 80 minutes to get it to set up and it was browner on the outside. I used semi frozen berries and that may have been part of the reason. I served it with clotted cream. My husband liked it and said you'd never know it was low carb.

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I'm glad you liked it! I think that fresh berries are better - frozen berries may have more moisture. If it took so long to cook, it looks like the oven temperature wasn't right?

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When I  log this recipe in MFP it calculates 16.9 carbs and 2.5 fiber.  What am I doing wrong?  It tastes great.

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Thank you Lisa! That's because many apps and trackers don't use a verified database. Their database is created is by generating & sharing user entries which are often inaccurate. I use a verified database so my recipes always show accurate nutrition facts. I hope this helps!

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I  just made this and it is delicious!!! My husband who loves sweets really liked it as well.  Thank you for a great recipe.

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Thank you Natalie!

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