Peanut butter clafoutis with apples and maple syrup

Clafoutis is a mixture of pancakes, cakes, casserole - or in short: a really great French one Mess. The dough can be mixed in a minute and baked in a baking dish to taste with seasonal fruit in the oven. A perfect weekend breakfeast, great dessert, or a warm, fragrant Sunday cake ... or all at once - you really do not have to commit yourself so well.

Whether the French nation has ever actually figured out that peanut butter was in Clafoutis is used? Probably not. But I just felt like it. And what can I say: Even a blind back-chicken finds a grain. Juicy apples, sweet maple syrup, a touch of peanut butter in the dough and slightly salty peanut crunch on top - if you do not try it, it's your own fault. Let's just say it now.

Here's the recipe for 1 small casserole dish:

2 eggs with 1 tablespoon of peanut butter , 100 ml of milk , 3 tablespoons of flour , 2 tablespoons of sugar , 1 pinch of salt a pinch of ground vanilla pod to a smooth dough. Sprinkle while the apples are being prepared.

Preheat oven to 165 ° C top/bottom heat. 1 small baking dish with 1 teaspoon butter .

2 apples wash and dry. Cut each apple once and remove the core. Cut each apple half into small slices so that they still hang together on one side of the apple. Fan the apple halves in a fan shape, place in the dish and drizzle with some maple syrup

Pour the dough around the head in the form 1 tablespoon of peanuts sprinkle over and bake at 165 ° C for 40-45 minutes.

Serve hot or cold with some powdered sugar sprinkled on top. Vanilla ice cream (or another favorite variety) is also fantastic.