My French mother in law introduced me to this recipe. It's one of those recipes that anyone can make, like a crumble or cobbler, but this one is actually healthy. Truly. You're basically eating fruit and almond meal... so its like cousin (twice removed) of an almond milk smoothy.
The clafoutis is an old French recipe that comes form Southern Central France a few centuries ago. It is traditionally made with black cherries with the pits still in (the pits add an almond flavour to the fruit but not worth it in dental bills in my opinion). According to purists, anything made with anything other than black cherries is a flaugnarde... all semantics... this one is made with blackberries because that is what I had in my refrigerator. The name Clafoutis comes from the word Clafir which is an old rustic word for "to fill" because after you arrange the fruit in the pan, you pour in an eggy batter.
This recipe is made with coconut oil in place of butter, almond meal instead of flour (an an homage to the cherry pit purists!), berries, eggs, almond milk and a little blue agave syrup for an added sweetness.