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Sugar Free Cherry Clafoutis with Splenda

Cherry Clafoutis

This gorgeous silky classic French baked dessert is traditionally made with black cherries and arranged in a buttered dish with a thick flan like batter. The bonus of my version is that it's sugar free and uses Splenda, a low calorie alternative instead, making it healthier for you.

Splenda Sugar Alternative is a low calorie table top sugar alternative made with sucralose. It's available in tablet form as Splenda Sweet Mini's ideal for drinks and also a granulated form which can be used spoon for spoon just like sugar - and that's the one I used in this Cherry Clafoutis. Splenda is 10 times lighter than normal sugar so you only need to use a tenth of the sugar quanity when following your favourite recipes.

Cherry Clafoutis


  • Use other fruit like raspberries and blackberries instead of cherries.
  • If you are using ordinary sugar and not Splenda, use 100g of caster sugar in the batter and dust with icing sugar when it is out of the oven.
  • Eat warm with fresh cream.


Cherry Clafoutis


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Cherry Clafoutis

Sugar Free Cherry Clafoutis

Sugar Free Cherry Clafoutis recipe made with Splenda Sugar Alternative.
  • 400g Cherries, pitted ( I use an icing nozzle to pit the cherries!)
  • For the batter:
  • 50g Ground Almonds
  • 2 TBSP Plain Flour
  • 1 heaped TBSP Splenda Sugar Alternative (granulated)
  • 2 Eggs
  • 250ml Double Cream
Step 1: Preheat the oven to 190 C (170 C Fan) and butter a 23cm flan dish. Place the pitted cherries into the flan dishStep 2: Mix all the other ingredients together (use a whisk) then pour over the cherries.Step 3: Bake for 25 minutes or until brown on top.Step 4: Eat warm with cream.

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Yield: 4 adult portions

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Cherry Clafoutis




  1. YUM! I think I'll try it with coconut flour and peaches! Fresh, local peaches are everywhere here right now! THANKS!


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